Tiki Pets Released Raw Dog Food Line



Tiki Pets added Tiki Dog Raw, its line of uncooked, pure protein dog food. 


“Tiki Dog Raw is complete and balanced nutrition, with no fillers like fruits, vegetables or grains. In addition, the food includes flavorful, mineral-rich bone broth, and carefully sourced non-GMO ingredients,” said Laura Bogart, brand manager for Tiki Pets. “Our research tells us dog owners are looking for high-protein, minimally processed dog food – this provides the solution in a convenient and safe package.”


Tiki Dog Raw offers dogs protein in the form of raw meat. It’s available in 24 oz. tubs, stored frozen after being high-pressure pasteurized, making it easy to scoop for portion control. Flavors include Chicken with Chicken Bone Broth, Duck with Turkey Bone Broth, and Beef with Beef Bone Broth.


Tiki Dog Raw undergoes High Pressure Pasteurization (HPP) for food safety and its resealable packaging allows it to maintain its freshness and provides safe storage. In addition, the product is made at a proprietary SQF3 Certified manufacturing plant, in compliance with regulatory requirements and in a controlled environment specifically designed for the production of raw meat products. The products are pasteurized after packaging to eliminate risk of recontamination and the BPA-free tubs reduce freezer burn.


“We gave this packaging a lot of thought and aimed for making feeding raw easy and convenient for pet owners, as well as safe for pets,” said Bogart.


Tiki Dog Raw will be available in Fall 2019. 


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