Royal Canina Dog Food will be coming to the Republic of Ireland soon.
The company will launch in the coming months in the following markets:Dublin, Galway, Limerick, Wexford, Monaghan, Kildare, Waterford and Galway.
The product is a blend of 100% Royal Canins organic beef, pork and lamb.
The brand has a range of meaty dishes available, such as beef and chicken, chicken wings and beef and pork burgers.
It is made from 100% organic, grass-fed beef.
It also has a vegetarian menu, with dishes such as chicken, lamb, turkey and pork.
“We believe that Royal Caninian is a sustainable brand, which is important to our customers,” said Mark Bunnett, CEO and founder of Royal Canino.
“The organic, sustainable beef we use in our products is made with grass-grown grain that has never been fed with antibiotics and has never undergone the process of fermentation, which would kill the bacteria.”
It’s a meaty, flavourful and healthy meal.
We’re really excited about introducing the brand to the Irish market, and we are looking forward to opening our first Irish outlet in January 2019.
“In the past, we’ve only been able to open our first UK store in 2018 and we’re looking forward for the opportunity to open a new Irish store in 2019.”
Reece Tipper, general manager of Royal Canada Prawns, said the brand was the ideal product to launch in Ireland.
“Royal Canin is a natural, sustainable, grassy protein product, sourced from Canada,” he said.
“It’s perfect for a family-run business, and has been an absolute success in the UK.”
This new Irish market is great for the brand, and for us as well, because of the variety of meat that we have in our meaty and veg-friendly recipes.
“With a great foodie base, Royal Caninas products have been recognised by food magazines around the world and have been shown on television.”
When it comes to the food, it’s a great product to be introducing to our new Irish customers.
“The company was founded in 1894, and its products have won numerous awards.
It was awarded three Michelin stars in 2018, two in 2019 and three stars in 2020.
The UK version of RoyalCanin is available in the Republic, and the company has an Irish-only website, www.royalcanin.ie, which includes a video guide and news section.
Online sales of the brand’s products are set to increase in 2019.
It has a presence in the United States, Germany, France, Spain and Belgium.