The continued effects of the manufactured economic crisis--consolidate all healthy petfood companies to ensure that your pets are forced into the eugenics program with deadly Monsanto GMO, melamine, and other chemical-based eugenics initiatives to soft- (or hard) kill the pets you love.
You got pets? How dare you allow those evil carbon footprint insurgents to run around your house our outside killing the Earth.
Pets have been proven to prolong human life because of reduced stress. Therefore they are anti-eugenics, and must not be allowed
. You are not allowed to do anything to prolong your life according to the elite.
Because P&G cares about profit and not about pet health, and because P&G has a proven track record of high marketing values of low quality foods, I can no longer give Natura brands, including Innova EVO, a good rating. Previous rating was five stars, and previous review remains below.http://www.rateitall.com/i-240577-innova-evo-dog-food.aspx
"I am a carbon footprint terrorist."http://www.pginvestor.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=104574&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=1422726P&G Acquires Natura Pet Products
P&G Expands Further in 'Super Premium' Pet Food Segment
CINCINNATI, May 5, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE: PG) has signed an agreement to acquire Natura Pet Products, Inc., a privately-held pet food business based in Davis, California.
This move enables P&G to expand into the attractive "holistic and naturals" segment of the pet food category, complementing P&G's current Iams and Eukanuba brands and helping the Company advance its overall growth strategy of "reaching more consumers in more parts of the world more completely."Natura's brands include Innova, Evo, California Natural, Healthwise, Mother Nature and Karma.
These brands are sold in a limited number of pet specialty stores and through veterinarians, mainly in the United States and Canada."These outstanding brands and the great employees of Natura Pet Products will complement our Eukanuba and Iams brands very well," said Dan Rajczak, senior vice president of P&G's global pet care and snacks businesses. "This acquisition gives us a strong position in the holistic and natural pet food segment. It will enable us to enhance the health and well-being of even more dogs and cats and represents an exciting new source of growth for our business."
"It's time for the right company to take our brands to the next level of growth. P&G is that company," said John Rademakers, founder and owner of Natura Pet Products. "We know that P&G will honor our history as they capitalize on their strengths to build these brands."
Natura Pet Products employs about 140 people, mainly at its production sites in San Leandro, California and Fremont, Nebraska. P&G is targeting to close this deal in about a month, subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory clearances. Specific terms of the deal are not being disclosed.
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