ALL ABOUT CANNED/WET FOOD
A common commercial staple in many homes. Canned diets provide convenience without sacrificing moisture.
How it is made:
Ingredients are selected and collected from various plants and farms
The ingredients are combined in a tank and cooked to a minimum internal temperature of 77°C
The cooked mixture is now cubed/minced and placed into tin cans
The can is then sealed and sanitised, ready for storage
At Pawspiracy, we prefer owners to feed canned food over kibble as the moisture content is much higher and the manufacturing process allows for more nutrient retention.
Foods with low moisture content often leaves your companion in a state mild chronic dehydration which would overtime cause undue stress to the organs such as the kidney and liver.
It is important to look out for possible carcinogenic causing agents as depending on each brand and manufacturers practice, canned diets can be made with or without carrageenan, BPA food lining, propylene glycol, sodium tripolyphosphate, glycerines, ethoxyquin, butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) and butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT), etc.