Rachael Ray's Repertoire Expands to Pet Food

Rachael Ray's Repertoire Expands to Pet Food

Faith Durand
Jul 30, 2008

Ms. Rachael Ray is at it again! She just launched a line of dog food, with all the proceeds going to her charity, Rachael's Rescue. The rescue helps at-risk animals, like a terrier mix named Spirit that was on the news after being badly beaten last month. Ray's charity is covering all costs of the dog's treatment.

We've noticed pet foods featured in Ray's magazine, Every Day With Rachael Ray. Now we're curious - all you high-powered cooks, would you buy Rachael Ray food for your pets?

The new line of pet food from Ray is going to be based on recipes she created for her pit bull, Isaboo. There's a line for cats planned too. The new brand is called Nutrish, and it's available in a lot of major grocery store chains, including Kroger, Wal-Mart, Publix, Wegmans, and Giant Eagle. You can see more about this new pet food at Ray's site:

Rachael Ray's Nutrish

Related: Pet Food Scare: Cooking at Home for Cats and Dogs?

(Image: Rachael Ray)

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