Ziwi Issues New Packaging, Varieties and Logo


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Natural Pet Products Ltd, distributor for New Zealand pet food brand Ziwi (formerly ZiwiPeak), has recently revealed two new varieties in their range of dog and cat food and unveiled the brand’s new packaging and logo.

 

For over 10 years, New Zealand-based Ziwi has been creating recipes for dogs and cats that bring together the best human-grade ingredients from New Zealand.  All the ingredients come from sustainable sources that are regulated by the New Zealand government. As New Zealand is an island nation with strict bio-security, there are no infectious animal diseases such as BSE (mad cow) or foot and mouth disease. This means that there are no GMOs, hormones or antibiotics in the meat content.  Ziwi is also free from low cost fillers and artificial ingredients that are thought to cause allergies such as coloring or preservatives. There is also no added sugar or salt in Ziwi products.

 

Ziwi’s twin stage air-drying process crafts a food that is as nutrient dense and digestible as a completely raw diet. The food is safe, clean to handle and can be stored for up to 21 months for dry food and up to three years for wet food. Ziwi can be used as a complete diet or as an alternative for when cat and dog owners do not have time to prepare raw food for their pets. The two new varieties are Blue Mackerel & Lamb (for dogs and cats) and Tripe & Lamb (for cats).

 

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