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Would You Eat Your Dog’s Food for a Month?
Evermore Pet Food founders live on their canine cuisine during the month of March
Evermore Pet Food founders will eat their canine cuisine everyday for the month of March.

Have you ever tried your dog’s food? Despite the human grade ingredients in my dogs’ kibble, it still doesn’t look very appetizing to me (though they go crazy for the stuff).  Two New Yorkers, Hanna Mandelbaum and Alison Wiener, were tired of feeding their dogs unappetizing kibble, so a year ago they founded Evermore Pet Food.

 

Hanna and Alison believe so much in their product that for the month of March they’ve pledged to live only on their dog food products and meals made from the same ingredients. The Evermore Me project includes eating a 1.5-pound container of Evermore’s chicken or beef food each day.

Evermore Pet Food is a cooked food that is sold frozen. Ingredients include USDA-inspected antibiotic- and hormone-free meats, fresh produce, and organic grains. Even more, all of their ingredients are locally sourced.

Evermore Me is a pretty cool project, even if it just gets people to think twice about the ingredients in their dog’s food. And I hope it inspires more pet food companies to think about if they would dare eat their own food for a month!

 

 

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JoAnna Lou is a New York City-based researcher, writer and agility enthusiast.
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Submitted by Andrea | February 15 2011 |

It's so timely that you posted this! New Yorker/Miami pet advocate Nikki Moustakki is eating dog food for one meal a day to bring awareness for Ohio's animal cruelty laws.

http://betterwords.typepad.com/nikki_moustaki/the-i-eat-dog-food-for-nit...

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