Made in America: Company makes treats for man’s best friend

Sisters Andrea and Natalie Tovar created a company inspired by their 13-year-old dog, Bocce. They started Bocce’s Bakery, which makes all natural dog treats, and now employ more than 700 workers.
2:24 | 05/12/21

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in America. And your dog will be very happy. Tonight, our made in America may is back. First it was the families traveling across-country in their new american-made rvs. But what about the pets? Tonight, the sisters creating jobs with an idea that started with their dog. So bocce's the giveaway. I bocce having one of the treats? Hi! 13-year-old bocce. And sisters Andrea and Natalia Tovar. This is kind of a family affair. It definitely is. It is. Andrea starting noticing all the ingredients in the treats she was buying bocce. You literally looked at the ingredients of the treats that you were giving to bocce? I did. I flipped over one of the treat bags that I was givinghim and I was shocked by the amount of ingredients and the names that I couldn't pronounce that were in his treats. So Andrea started making simple, healthy treats in her own kitchen, all natural ingredients. It all just started in your tiny little west village apartment? It did. We would literally bake Friday to Sunday night, nonstop. And when stores started ordering, and reordering, they knew they were on to something. That's when we knew, yeah, this is a business. We need a bigger oven. Yeah, we definitely need a bigger oven and more hands to be cutting those treats. Their first employee? Their mother, Jacqueline. Has she been employee of the month or anything? She's proud of her daughters. Founded in 2010, bocce's bakery is all made in America. Peanut butter from Massachusetts. Chicken from Pennsylvania. Flour from upstate New York. The packaging from Kansas. 700 workers making 6 million biscuits a week. And they're hiring. As America begins to come back after this pandemic, how important do you think it is to support made in America? I mean, we are so extremely proud to say that bocce's is made in America, because of the jobs that we've been creating. You think to be able to support American jobs and opportunities is huge every year, but especially this year. Every treat, the letter B for bocce. If he's still eating them, it's a good sign. It is a good sign. Tonight, there are now four bakeries across the country. Illinois, Vermont, California, New Jersey. Baking treats, creating jobs with three words in mind -- Made in America! And it all started in her apartment kitchen. And fund to meet bocce today. I'll see you back here tomorrow.

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