USA Today: Evolve has been around for years, but this is the first time the company has been able to make a dent in the pet food market.
The company sells a line of dog food in Canada called Evolve, which is also available in the U.S. and Europe.
Evolve is also selling in Europe.
The price of Evolve Pet Food has increased by more than 40% over the last year, and the average cost of Evolves has increased nearly 20% in the same period.
The average cost for Evolve Premium Pet Food, Evolve Pure Food and Evolve Extra Pet Food are up about 6.5% and 3%, respectively.
But the company’s biggest growth has come from Canada, where the price of its Evolve dog meals has increased more than 50%.
“Evolve Petfoods are becoming more popular,” said David Cairns, chief executive officer of Evolved.
“In our research, we were surprised by the large growth in Canada.”
Evolve began selling its Evolves in the United States in March 2018.
The Canadian market is the only one in the world that does not have a government-approved certification for dog food.
Evolved says the company is committed to ensuring its products are safe and nutritious, but says that can only be achieved through strict regulation and compliance.
The government certifies the safety and nutritional status of pet foods.
It also requires that all food sold in Canada meet a specific health standard.
Cairnes says Evolve takes steps to protect the integrity of the food supply by limiting the amount of protein in dog food to the minimum amount required by the American Kennel Club, which provides certification to the U,S.
Food and Drug Administration.
“The FDA has a long history of certifying dog foods that meet the American Health Care Group’s recommended protein level of 1.5 grams per pound,” Cairons said.
The FDA does not set a standard for dog foods in Canada.
Evolves is the latest company to offer Evolve. In the U