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Is Your Dog Food Safe From Bacteria?

Bacteria, bacteria, bacteria, how do we stop it? The answer is we can’t, but we can control it and this applies to any processed food manufacturing. Let’s just outline a few areas that must be monitored to control the growth of bacteria. Slaughter and/or rendering facility. (Must be processed in timely manner) Transportation to manufacture.

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Three Keys To Handling Raw Dog Food

3 keys of raw: storage, thawing, and handling. Storage Keep frozen raw meat patties below twenty-nine (29) degrees F. It is important to keep our frozen patties in a good solid frozen state before thawing because of potential bacterial growth. Yes it is possible for bacteria to become active again if we do not keep

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Why A Frozen Dog Food Maybe Safer Than A Dry Kibble

Is freezing a raw meat dog food safe? Can frozen raw meat dog food degrade? Lets answer the second question first: Yes it will deteriorate over time even if stored properly. You will notice that after 6 months or longer that the visual organoleptic qualities of taste, texture, feeling have changed. Most often these changes

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