The new line of nutrient-dense recipes are made in the US with high-quality meat, fish or poultry and quick-dried vegetables and fruits. Using the Nature-Loc process, Zuke’s preserves the nutritional value and digestibility of whole foods like sweet potatoes, peas, cranberries and blueberries.
“At Zuke’s, we’re all about getting outside and exploring with our dogs. That’s why producing products that offer wholesome nutrition to fuel those adventures has always been a priority for us,” said Zuke’s director of innovation Chris Meiering. “When creating Zuke’s Ascent Natural Dog Food, we set out to make meals that not only came from nature, but preserved the incredible nutrition that nature provides. The innovative Nature-Loc process, purposeful ingredients, and a passion for our pets, made that possible and then some.”
Zuke’s Ascent is available in two forms: Grain-Free Crunchy Blend and Adventure Tender Blend. Both are free of grains, wheat, corn, soy, artificial preservatives, colors and flavors.
The Grain-Free Crunchy Blend is a combination of protein-packed kibble and peas, cranberries, sweet potatoes, and blueberries. Flavors available include Chicken & Lentil, Lamb & Pea, and Pollock & Chickpea.
The Adventure Tender Blend contains high-protein meat, fish or poultry and carrots, peas, cranberries, blueberries, cherries and mangoes. It is available in Duck & Chickpea, Wild Boar & Pea, and Trout & Sweet Potato flavors.
Zuke’s Ascent Natural Dog Food will be launching summer 2016 in independent pet stores across the country.
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