Two pet food company owners will do exactly that, in an effort to show potential customers that their food is fit for human consumption. Hanna Mandelbaum, 30, and Alison Wiener, 38, founded Evermore Pet Food one year ago and promise their dog food is made with whole ingredients that are fit for human consumption.
They know their food is healthy and want to prove it. Starting March 1, they will eat their company's food for at least one meal everyday. Ingredients include ground up organs like livers and hearts, but also spices and sometimes fresh fruits like blueberries.
"We eat it all the time," Wiener, a personal chef, told The New York Daily News. "The beef liver has a stronger taste to it. We prefer the chicken."
Their containers can be found in most parts of New York City and retail for between $12 and $15. The women got some great publicity when two Today Show morning anchors tried their food on-air. You can see the two women chowing down on their product in the picture below.
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