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Where and how long to store dry and wet pet food
Where and how long to store dry and wet pet food
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Ensuring your pet's food stays fresh and safe for consumption is crucial for their health and well-being. Whether it's dry kibble or wet food, knowing how to store it properly can extend its shelf life and maintain its nutritional value. Here's a comprehensive guide on storing dry and wet dog/cat food, along with tips on storing treats and dental sticks.

Dry food for dogs and cats

Dry food is a popular choice for many pet owners due to its convenience and long shelf life. Here's how to store your pet's kibble from Edgard & Cooper.

Expiry date

Unopened package: 24 months

Opened package: Up to 3 months

After opening, dry food should be kept in its original packaging for up to 3 months. Our specially designed bags maintain freshness while preserving nutritional value. Simply roll the top of the bag or seal it with a clothes peg for optimal freshness.

Wet food for dogs and cats

Wet food provides variety and moisture to your pet's diet but requires careful storage to prevent spoilage. Here's what you need to know.

Expiry date

Unopened tins: 36 months

Unopened cups: 24 months

Opened cups and tins: 2-3 days refrigerated

Opened cups or tins should be refrigerated and consumed within 2-3 days to maintain flavor and freshness. Wet food should always be stored in an airtight container.

Dog treats and dental sticks

Treats and dental sticks are excellent rewards for your furry friends but require proper storage to maintain their freshness. Follow these guidelines.

Expiry Date

Unopened package: 18 months

Opened package: up to 3 months

Opened bags of treats or dental sticks can be stored for up to 3 months in their original packaging. Our bags are designed to preserve freshness without compromising on nutrition. Roll up or seal with a clothes peg for best results.

By following these simple storage guidelines, you can ensure your pet's food remains fresh, nutritious, and safe for consumption. Remember to always check the expiry dates and discard any food that has passed its shelf life. Your furry friends will thank you for it with wagging tails and purrs of contentment!

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