What is the process of dehydration in making Fresh Dog Meals?
Dehydration is a process that removes moisture from ingredients while maintaining the nutrients and positive qualities of those ingredients. Removing the water from ingredients creates a nutrient-rich, healthy alternative to ‘cooked’ kibble and dry foods. The dehydration process is gentle, and ideal for keeping the prime nutritional value of the ingredients. Ready to Eat meals have already been cooked and can be fed by just adding hot water with no further preparation required.
Are dehydrated Fresh Dog Meals safe?
Dehydrated B.A.R.F Dog Food is one of the safest options available for storing foods out of the freezer / fridge. The dehydration process removes moisture from the ingredients helping it to last longer, especially in comparison to raw food. What this means for you is a longer shelf life without the need for a plethora of preservatives that are found in kibble. Couple the long shelf life with healthier and tastier ingredients, and you’ve got food that is extremely safe for your dog.
To rehydrate simply add hot water to the same level as the food and let it sit for 5-7 mins and the same is ready to feed to your doggy with no further preparation. In simple words, we prepare Ready to Eat meals have already been cooked and can be fed by just adding hot water with no further preparation required. Our food is produced with the help of state-of-the-art infrastructure and technology which are ultra-hygienic and ensure retention of original nutrients, tenderness, flavor, aroma, and texture.
Our recipes contain:
- Real Ingredients
- No Preservatives
- Absolutely No Added Flavours
- No Added Colors
- Never any Hidden Ingredients
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