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TastyBone business sold to Pets Choice as managing director Ken Seymour annouces retirement after 43 years in pet trade
Torus celebrates first consumer show at Crufts
Three million overweight dogs targeted as Beco Pets launches Canine Health Campaign
Butcher’s Pet Care plans for £7m factory expansion
'People & Pets' idea could save the NHS £2.5b a year
New pet store opens in Greater Manchester
Barking Heads now available in Tesco stores
PATS Sandown welcomes impressive list of new exhibitors
Webbox goes Grain Free
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Aquatics store forced to close because of anti-social behaviour
BSB Products rolls out Carnilove dog food into UK market
Quit smoking for pets’ sake, urges PDSA
Diet’Dog launches new supplement for dogs and cats
Shortlisted pet food brand celebrate success
Agria Pet Insurance launch domestic rabbit policy
CSJ targets Porky Pooches
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Shortlisted pet food brand celebrate success
West Sussex based pet food brand Arden Grange has been selected as a finalist in this year’s Sussex Super Growth Awards. The awards celebrate the fastest 60 growing companies in the county.

Since its launch in 1996, Arden Grange has climbed the ladder to success and workedextremely hard to attain their enviable position in the pet food sector. 

Today they employ over 40 members of staff and stock products in over 30 countries. 

With a trusted brand built on the company’s core values of respect, trust and loyalty, Arden Grange’s growth is attributed to pet owners seeking nutritious diets and also customer loyalty, something that they have and continue to work hard to achieve.

Sussex Super Growth Awards is collaboration between ASB Law, Kreston Reeves, Lloyds Bank and The Argus which recognises the fastest 60 growing companies in the county.

Wendy Stephens, Arden Grange’s co-founder, said: "We are absolutely delighted to be selected as a finalist in the Sussex Growth Awards for a second year running. I would like to thank all of our faithful customers for their continued business.

"We are dedicated to creating super-premium dog and cat food and continue to hold true to our core philosophy of “nutrition without compromise.”

The Arden Grange range includes nutritionally complete cat food, dog food, treats and canned food for dogs. Every recipe is hypoallergenic and free from wheat gluten, beef, soya, dairy products, artificial flavours, colours and preservatives.
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