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Ollie raises $4.4M to deliver date night meals to dogs on the regular

Chicken, peas, beef, sweet potatoes, and blueberries, the stuff of $40 meals in places like Hayes Valley and Greenwich Village — and starting today, also the stuff of dog food. Ollie, a new startup founded by Alex Douzet, Gabby Slome and Randy Jimenez is aimed squarely at disrupting the premium pet food space by offering something like a Sprig or Maple for dogs. With a new $4.
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