Tyson Foods offers free dog food in its grocery store

Dog food brands like Tyson and St. Louis Park have become popular among millennials.

The company is now offering free dog products to consumers through its grocery stores.

Tyson Foods, which owns St. Bernard, Tyson, St. John’s, and Tyson-branded products, has partnered with the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to offer its dog food products at the St-Joseph Family Hospital, the company said in a press release.

The new partnership with the hospital extends to dog food and treats, the release said.

The St. Mary’s Hospital will also offer the free dog meals to anyone who buys from the store, the press release said, adding that Tyson’s brands are also on the shelves of other hospital facilities in the U.S.

TySON Foods is offering free food through its stores.

The brand’s new partnership extends to the hospital, the food company said.