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Whole Earth Farms Adult Dog Recipe Chicken 3kg

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    Whole Earth Farms Recipes deliver wholesome, natural nutrition from carefully sourced, high quality ingredients.

    This all natural dry food for adult dogs is made in the central New South Wales tablelands with real Australian poultry for protein, wholesome grains for sustained energy and pea protein for additional amino acids. Whole Earth Farms Adult Recipe Chicken is enriched with fish oil to help promote healthy skin and a shiny coat, along with blueberries and rosemary for antioxidants. This recipe contains no artificial colours or preservatives and is free of corn, wheat and soy.

    • All natural dry food for dogs
    • Proudly Australian made
    • Made with Australian poultry
    • Contains wholesome, low GI grains for sustained energy release
    • Enriched with fish oil to support skin and coat health
    • Fortified with blueberries and rosemary for antioxidants
    • Free from corn, wheat and soy
    • No artificial colours or preservatives
    • Suitable for adult dogs from 12 months of age

      Ingredients: Chicken meal; oats; rice; chicken; salmon meal; barley; chicken oil; pea protein; vitamins; minerals and amino acids; mineral salts; carrot; spinach; beet pulp; fish oil; potato; sweet potato; blueberries; rosemary.

      Best Before 10/10/2020

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      https://www.foodstandards.gov.au/consumer/labelling/dates/Pages/default.aspx