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We're making the switch!

Psst…wanna hear something exciting? We're transitioning our Go! Solutions dry dog and cat food bags to recyclable packaging! Our pledge to you is to use 100% recyclable packaging for the majority of our dry and wet food recipes by 2025. Let's do this!

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  • Find the recycle logo on the bag
  • Clean + dry the empty bag thoroughly
  • Find a drop-off spot online
  • Drop off the bag. Our planet thanks you!

Recycling our bags is as easy as 1, 2, 3, (4)

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Here, have our number

Wanna know what we're made of?

Our recyclable bags have the No. 4 designation, meaning they are made of low density polyethylene (LDPE). No. 4 plastics are now accepted for recycling at stores throughout the country, with some ahead-of-the-curve communities offering curbside pickup.
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Reducing waste for a healthier world

What we'll save in a year once we reach our goal

If you’re the go-to person for fun facts at parties, you’re in the right place! Read on to learn about how much waste we'll save by switching to recyclable bags, and get the answer the age-old question “what do grand pianos have in common with beer kegs”?

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47 tons of CO2 emissions saved annually

That's equal to the weight of 47 American Bison, or to the amount of CO2 released from burning 4,393 gallons of gasoline

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51,140,622 gallons of water saved annually

That's equal to the amount of water used in 2,546,938 average showers or 77 Olympic sized swimming pools

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553,000 lbs of plastic packaging saved from landfills annually

That's equal to the weight of 553 telephone poles, 553 concert grand pianos or 3,881 kegs of beer

Ready to recycle your bag? Make sure it has the recycle logo and is clean and dry before dropping it off at a participating recycling location near you.