I disovered Rachael Ray on the Food Network on her show 30 Minute Meals a few years ago before she had her national show… now she has gone global, and recently started a pet rescue and pet food company with natural ingredients… foods like she feeds her beloved pit bull Isaboo… sharing the recipes, feeding other dogs and cats good tasty foods.
Cici is looking forward to tasting Nutrish… and it’s great to see celebrities using their fame for good works such as Rachael’s Rescue. How about asking / writing Rachael and asking her to start a national pet food bank for animals and pet owners ? That would be a wonderful step in the right direction… perhaps she could donate a % of food to the food bank, for starters…
been watching the Food Network’s search for the new food network star, don’t yet know who won because I didn’t watch the last one, but it was clear that Rachael Ray makes her job look really easy when it’s definitely not… lots of stress, pressure and doing twenty things at one time… a lot of work…
Rachael Ray Nutrish includes two varieties of all natural dog food featuring real meat as the first ingredient – Real Chicken and Veggies and Real Beef and Brown Rice. There are no by-products, fillers, artificial flavors or preservatives; and each recipe contains:
* Antioxidant nutrients like vitamin E and selenium to support a healthy immune system
* A healthy fiber blend including oatmeal for easy digestion
* Omega Fatty Acids, with a dash of EVOO (extra virgin olive oil) to support healthy skin and a shiny coat
* High quality proteins to support healthy organs and lean muscle mass
* Calcium for strong bones and healthy teeth
Rachael Ray Goes to the Dogs
By Gina Serpe Mon Jul 28, 2:55 AM PDT
Fido, meet Yum-o.
Rachael Ray is bringing her trademark brand of culinary perk to the pet world, launching a new line of premium dog food.
The Rover-friendly line, dubbed Rachael Ray Nutrish, features two varieties of all-natural pooch chow recipes, which have been both named after and developed for Ray’s own four-legged friend, her pit bull Isaboo.
Proceeds from the products will be donated to Rachael’s Rescue, an organization founded by the foodie that helps at-risk animals through the adoption process.
“I love my dog Isaboo, and as a member of my family, I need to make sure that she eats as well as the rest of us,” Ray gushes. “With the launch of Nutrish, I now have the opportunity to share with other pet lovers some of her favorite meals, flavors and special treats.”
Those favorites include the somewhat cloyingly named treats Isaboo Booscotti and Isaboo Grill Bites.
“It seemed like not a lot of extra time to donate to something that could potentially raise millions of dollars for championing these little creatures that can’t speak for themselves,” Ray said of the line’s charitable bent.
Ray has made no secret of her dog-loving ways over the years, featuring her pup in the opening credits of her Food Network show 30 Minute Meals, as well as featuring the dog on her syndicated talk show, Every Day With Rachael Ray
Proving to be an equal-opportunity pet provider, Ray already has a line of natural cat food in the works.