Lily’s Kitchen introduces limited edition Coronation Chicken for dogs

Lily's Kitchen introduces limited edition Coronation Chicken for dogs inspired from Queens 90th birthday this summer.

Lily’s Kitchen introduces limited edition Coronation Chicken for dogs

 

Lily’s Kitchen introduces limited edition Coronation Chicken for dogs inspired from Queens 90th birthday this summer. This most recent release incorporates chicken, cranberries, apricots and squash with a small amount of turmeric.

Coronation Chicken will include the brand’s 69 strong product family, and is additional confirmation of the organization’s commitment to formulate new recipes within its category.

With the Queen’s birthday a noteworthy event in the UK timetable, Lily’s Kitchen trusts this item will empower retailers to gain this regular demand by giving an offering that will not only engage pet proprietors but also drive incremental deals and excitement in-store. Actually, numerous free retailers have been so motivated by this formula that they are building window displays around the item!

Ruth Mordell, from Fetch Pet Shop, in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire said that they love the new Coronation Chicken formula and have a little pyramid of the new tins on their counter. The gleaming gold lettering alongside the gold re-usable covers to finish them off makes it a genuine eye-catcher of a showcase. Also, they sold through their first delivery in a week and are a decent path into their second request of the tins as of now.

“It helps obviously that Sparky, the shop dog, has given it his ‘dish licked clean’ seal of endorsement so we can certainly tell clients that their puppies will love it, as well. Good grades to Lily and the group for increasing present expectations yet again.” –he added.

Chief and organizer Henrietta Morrison included that As a British brand, we’re gigantically devoted at Lily’s Kitchen, so we needed to stamp this event by making an enticing formula that permits your dog to join in the imperial festivals, as well, while additionally giving a nutritious formula so that all dogs can profit by Lily’s Kitchen’s stately healthy norms.

“The Queen also adores her canine companions as much as we do and we are truly eager to be dispatching an item that will permit puppies to appreciate a uniquely arranged dish fit for any corgi or any energetic pooch.”

The new Coronation Chicken formula, RRP £2.49, is accessible now and will be sold in pet shops, health food shops, Waitrose and on the Lily’s Kitchen website.

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