Gerry Nash, founder and President of Animal Food Services on Henry Street in Green Bay, left, watches as Luis Ramirez, foreground, extrudes all meat pet food into bags as crew leader Nicholas Kniess places the bags into shippng cartons.
..."There's a lot more interest," said Gerry Nash, the founder and president of Animal Food Services.
said that recall might raise awareness in consumers about pet foods.
"I think people are going to be more aware of what they've been feeding and looking for alternatives," he
has been in the animal food business for more than four decades, spending the last decade in Green Bay.He
said foods like his
may cost the consumer more per day but consumers are getting a high-quality, nutritionally balanced product for their animal. Animal Food Services
tout their products - patties, niblets and five-pound rolls - as all-natural without fillers or preservatives.Ingredients for their products - vital organs and meaty bones - comes from a USDA packing plant and is sold nationwide, including to zoos and at one time Sigfried & Roy
, who used the feed to raise their first three white tigers, Nash
Their original product contains 6 percent grain for stool formation, he
"Dogs and cats have been living on meat for eons and now we're trying to turn them into corn dogs," he