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PillStashios Expands Production


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PillStashios, the maker of an edible container for administering capsules, powders and liquids to canines, is expanding production to match the growing demand of its six product offerings.

The Minneapolis-based company has increased production capacity through additional product molds and implementing process improvements, which offers additional throughput. The company also plans to add additional shifts as consumer demand continues to increase.

PillStashios are designed to conceal scents with its patented Smell Lock technology. The hollow, edible container boasts a simple snap lid that locks in medicines, vitamins and other supplements while offering an appealing flavor profile for the dog. In three simple steps—stash, snap and serve—pet owners can easily hide pills for dogs. The edible containers contain all-natural, gluten-free, soy-free and grain-free ingredients and are packed with protein, fat, fiber and moisture.

As production grows for PillStashios, so has its retailer footprint. PillStashios is working with SLA Brands to bring partners on board. The company’s products are currently being distributed by Tickner's, Inc., Frontier Distributing, Anipet and Veterinary Service Inc. (VSI), with a number of additional partners scheduled to come on board in January.

PillStashios has implemented "sales kits" for distributors and retailers that are designed to help promote the many benefits of using PillStashios, including ease of use and nutritional profile.

“Being lifelong pup owners, we were constantly on the hunt for healthy food, treats and supplements to keep our dogs in top shape,” said Mike Smith, president of PillStashios. “When we couldn’t find a quality pill stasher on the market, we created our own pet product line modeled after the same high standards we’ve come to expect from other family products. And now, we’re thrilled to be delivering these high-quality products to consumers around the world.”

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