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AUSTIN, Texas — As the NFL’s first all-acorn season draws to a close, ESPN.com has learned that the league’s all-fancier dogs are being served a new batch of all-meat, all-grain dog foods that will be marketed under the name “Acana”.
The brand will be called Acana Premium Dogs, and will be available in select dog-friendly grocery stores.
“We are excited to introduce this brand to our loyal fan base, which has consistently expressed their desire to buy Acana premium dog foods and enjoy the company’s quality ingredients,” said ESPN Senior Vice President of Product Marketing Jon Lott.
Acana Premium Dog Foods is being developed as part of the NFL and NFLPA partnership on health and safety.
Lott said that the NFLPA and NFL want to make sure that consumers understand the quality of the dog food they’re buying, and to encourage consumers to make a purchase that is responsible and responsible for the animal and the environment.
“Acana is one of the top dog food brands in the United States and Canada.
Acana Dog Foods, which will be produced in the USA, has been tested by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the World Health Organization.
The product is also a registered trademark of Acana, Inc., which was founded in 1976.
The NFLPA will continue to advocate for better nutrition in the NFL as part a nationwide campaign to increase access to health care for all players.