The below transcript is from Episode 55 of the Trending: Pet Food podcast where editor Lindsay Beaton spoke with Basel “Vasili” Nassar, founder and CEO of Boss Nation Brands, about the latest trends in pet gut health and where the market might be headed. You can find the episode at
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