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Chicken

All our chickens roam free on English established pasture. With lots of care, time and investment the highest quality and welfare is ensured.

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Staffordshire

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Quinoa

Usually grown in warmer countries like Peru, but associated air miles sent us looking for a British supplier. We are proud to say we only supply 100% British grown quinoa.

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Essex

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Carrots

Our carrots are grown by a third generation family owned business, extremely passionate about consistent quality and taking care of the environment!

location

Norfolk

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Green Peas

Our peas come from a co-operative of 40 family farms in the Yorkshire Wold. When the peas are at their peak, harvesting begins, whether it’s day or night.

location

Yorkshire

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Broccoli

Our South Lincolnshire broccoli supplier has been in the industry since 1940. With focus on innovation they have invested in solar panels and joined the campaign for the Farmed Environment.

location

Lincolnshire

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Flaxseeds

It surprises many to know that linseed, also known as flax, grows well here in the UK. We receive the freshly milled linseeds directly from a small, organic farm in Sussex. Especially high in omega 3 and proteins!

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Sussex

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Parsley

Organic soil assured parsley harvested in the UK. Parsley has numerous health benefits and is especially rich in antioxidants.

location

Suffolk

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Chia seeds

Grown by Peter and Andrew Fairs in Essex, these tiny oil-rich superseeds are the result of five years of crop trials and developments. First ever grown chia seeds in the UK!

location

Essex

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It's delicious and healthy.
Here's why

Chicken

Chicken is one the most common meats dog eat and with good reason. Chicken is an excellent source of low-fat protein, which is great for your dog’s muscle mass and energy. Chicken is also a good source of selenium, phosphorus, vitamin B6 and niacin. This is all supporting skin, bone health and shiny coats. We only use free-range chickens, which there is major health benefits associated with! Aside from the obvious animal welfare issues with caged chickens, these chickens are also not as healthy as free-range chickens. One report reveals intensively reared chickens contain as much fat, gram for gram, as a Big Mac. Plus, they are routinely fed antibiotics to prevent disease caused by living in such close confinement, leading to a rise in drug resistance. At the opposite end of the farming spectrum, slow-growing, better-fed chickens contain less saturated fat and higher omega-3 fatty acids, which are good for your dog’s heart. These birds are also only given antibiotics if absolutely necessary to restore their health.

Quinoa

Traditionally thrives in warmer climates like Peru and Bolivia, but the associated air miles sent us looking for a British supplier who shared our values – and we luckily succeeded! Quinoa is often referred to as a ‘grain’ but is actually made of seeds from a spinach-like plant. It is extremely rich in protein and contains all amino acids, which is referred to as a complete protein. Further high in dietary fibre and contains Vitamin B, E plus several dietary minerals such as calcium, manganese, iron, copper, potassium and phosphorus.

Carrots

Particularly high in Vitamin A and filled with antioxidants. Worth mentioning is its antioxidant precursor, beta-carotene, which protect cells of the body from damage and premature ageing and is further valuable for animals’ night vision.

Garden peas

High in vegetable protein and a great food to support blood and bone health. Green peas further contain dietary fibre, which help you dog feel full and keeps a healthy digestive tract.

Broccoli

Known as the healthiest vegetable in the world! Dogs need to get all 10 essential amino acids (protein), and broccoli happens to contain all of them. High in Vitamin K and C and essential minerals while low in digestible carbs. A good amount of fibre promotes gut health, aid weight loss and may reduce risk of various diseases.

Chia seeds

Chia seeds are an excellent plant-based protein which complements the amino acid composition in meats nicely. They are also extremely rich in fibre and can absorb many times its own weight in water which will make your dog feel fuller. These superfood seeds are further packed with a wide range of nutrients and especially fatty acids like Omega 3, 6 and 9.

Flax seeds

Their main claim to fame is their abundance of Omega 3 fatty acids, containing twice as much as fish oil. Health benefits include a glossy coat and healthy skin. It is also important for supporting a healthy brain, heart, joints and immune system.

Parsley

Parsley is low in calories yet rich in important nutrients, especially vitamins A, K, and C. Vitamin A is an essential nutrient that plays a key role in your immunity and eye health, while vitamin K supports bone and heart health. Vitamin C also acts as a powerful antioxidant, is vital to your dog’s immune system and improves heart health.

Full details

Composition

British free-range chicken 60%, quinoa 4%, carrots 3%, green peas 2%, broccoli 1%, chia seeds 0.5%, linseeds 0.5%, parsley 0.1%

Analytical constituents

Crude Protein 13.5%
Crude Fat 5.1%
Crude Fibre 1.2%
Crude Ash 2.5%
Moisture 71%

Nutritional additives

Vitamin A 3600 IU, Vitamin D3 300 IU, Zinc (as Zinc sulphate monohydrate) 30mg, Iron (as Iron (II) sulphate monohydrate) 14.4mg, Manganese (as Manganous sulphate monohydrate) 2.4mg, Copper (as Copper (II) sulphate pentahydrate) 2mg, Selenium (as sodium selenite) 0.048mg

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