What is Freeze-Dried?

what is freeze-dried

Freeze-drying is a special form of drying that removes moisture at very low temperatures. In freeze-drying, raw ingredients are initially frozen and then placed in a strong vacuum that converts the water in the food into vapor.

Freeze-drying preserves more of the nutritional content of the raw ingredients as compared to other methods such as cooking or dehydrating pet food. Because the raw meat ingredients are freeze-dried, it helps to leave in tact the wholesome nutrition that is naturally present. 

what is the FD process

it goes into a vacuum chamber that evaporates nearly all of the solid water (ice). A second drying phase zaps away any lingering water molecules. By the end, roughly 97 percent of the food’s moisture has been sucked out, but many of its nutrients remain.

Benefits

  • Minimally processed
  • Preserves taste of meat ingredients
  • Preserves ingredient nutritional value

compare to dehydrated

Should I be worried about the bacteria from fresh meat in freeze-dried dog food?

How to feed (topper, rehydrate, treat, use with toys)

Step 1: Source for only the best (Reputable countries, human grade from suppliers we trust)

Step 2: Small shipments every month to ensure only the freshest go into every bowl

Step 3: Our kitchen cleans and trims every thing by hand (fat, excess skin, sinew, etc.). Our chews get an additional ozone bath to get rid of any lingering bacteria

Step 4: Freeze-dried for freshness

Step 5: The 4 taste testers give they paw of approval

Step 6: Weigh and vacuum pack for freshness

Step 7: Doorstep delivery for your happy pet