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Ancient dog diet Ω fatty acids: the eyes have it, guts too

Eyes and brains likely provided omega-3 fatty acids to dogs’ ancestors, but those organ tissues are not used in many byproduct pet food ingredients.
Eating what unfussy hunters and gathers eschewed, such as rodent eyes, may have provided sources of vital nutrients to dogs during domestication, including omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), along with omega-6 fatty acid alpha linolenic acid (ALA).
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Store brands in pet specialty and pure play

While “private label” has been associated with “budget” in consumer minds for some time, retail trends in other segments are changing that perception and providing opportunities in the pet space.
While “private label” has been associated with “budget” in consumer minds for some time, retail trends in other human food segments are changing that perception and providing opportunities for store brand pet products.
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