Oggi Enters Pet Category with Treat Canisters

ANAHEIM, Calif.-Oggi Corp. has entered the pet market with a collection of air-tight Pet Treat canisters.  The nine skus include assorted designs on the company's popular Jumbo stainless steel, acrylic and ceramic canisters. Each comes with a clamp-tight clasp and air-tight silicone gasket to seal in freshness.


"We're constantly asked by our buyers to enter the pet category," said Aji Das, president, Oggi. "Since canisters are among the categories we do best, we decided to put some fun designs on our best-selling stainless, acrylic and ceramic Jumbo canisters for our first foray into this popular and hopefully profitable category."


Designs include the stainless steel Jumbo Pet Treat 130 oz. capacity canister with a "Treats, Paws & Bones" design, an acrylic Jumbo Treat 130 oz. jar with "Paw Prints" pattern and a ceramic Jumbo Pet Treat 120 oz. canister with "Paws & Bones" design. Along with Oggi's other introductions, these canisters can be seen at the upcoming New York International Gift Fair and the International Home + Housewares Show. 


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