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Poppy’s Picnic builds new production plant

Poppy’s Picnic is based in Wiltshire and manufactures raw food for cats and dogs. Picture: Poppy’s Picnic, Facebook

As the online magazine reports, the raw pet food company Poppy's Picnic has secured over 600 000 pounds through crowdfunding to launch its new production plant.

The company has secured a new 4 000 sq ft manufacturing facility, which will be operational in Q4 and support the production of online orders, enabling the business to expand its retail order capabilities.

Later this year the company will expand its product range further by launching raw cat food, as well as expanding into Asia following high numbers of sales in Hong Kong.

| 5 September 2018


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