Petfood distributors Jeff and Sandy Opachick at
are taking a new approach to providing fresher food,
according to a
by the company.
According to Jeff, petfoods that start out high in nutrient density can lose nutrient value because of distribution practices. Generally petfood bought off the store shelves can be anywhere from six to 12 months old due to up front inventory requirements for future sales, according to his company's press release.
HealthyPetFoodForlife.com provides a solution by micro-batching - manufacturing smaller batches of petfood every couple days, then shipping the product direct to the customer. The food is APHIS certified for the European market and defined as human grade, according to the release.
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