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The Honest Kitchen halcyon dog food

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Phone: +1.866.437.9729

Location

The Honest Kitchen
145 14th St.
San Diego CA 92101
United States

{"p"=>["The Honest Kitchen offers halcyon dog food, a complete, whole grain diet including cage-free duck. It is AAFCO complete and balanced for adult maintenance, made with dehydrated cage-free duck, rolled oats, vegetables and fruits. Because duck is a novel protein, it's great for dogs who have problems digesting to common proteins like chicken or beef, according to the company. Halcyon also features ancient grains, like buckwheat and chia, that provide a clean source of nutrition including protein and essential fatty acids.", "Halcyon will retail\nfor US$119.00 for a 10-lb. box, which yields 40 lbs. of real food, and US$59.99 for a\n4-lb. box, which yields 16 lbs. of real food. Customers just add water to The\nHonest Kitchen’s dehydrated diets and wait three minutes before serving.\nHalcyon is available at independent pet specialty retailers and via the\ncompany’s website.", "“As the incidence of pet food allergies has increased, our\ncustomers have been requesting more recipes with novel proteins like duck, and\nwe’re so thrilled to be able to offer Halcyon as our newest product to help\nmeet their needs,\" said the company. \"We’ve chosen some unique and beautiful ancient grains like\nbuckwheat and chia to accompany the duck, taking inspiration from the human\nfood industry.â€\u009D", " "]}

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