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Do you use muscle meat, skeletal meat and/or offal?
Do you use muscle meat, skeletal meat and/or offal?
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At Edgard&Cooper, we prioritize selecting the freshest, most nutritious parts of raw animal remains, which are kept chilled or frozen to maintain freshness. This approach minimizes waste by utilizing valuable meat and offal leftover from human consumption.

Our recipes feature a blend of muscle, skeletal, and/or organ meats, tailored to each recipe's requirements. It's important to add a variety of protein sources, including skeletal meat and offal, in a pet's diet to ensure they receive a well-rounded nutritional profile.

Some of our wet food products and treats may also contain small bone fragments, serving as a natural calcium source for your pet, similar to chewing on a bone at home.

What is skeletal meat?

It's meat with a bone connection, like ribs, chest, spine, and hips. By law, MDM (mechanical deboned meat) is also considered skeletal meat. Both terms, 'meat' and 'skeletal meat,' are used interchangeably and offer the same nutritional value.

What is offal meat?

This type of meat, rich in essential nutrients such as vitamins A, B and D, iron, and zinc. In addition to its nutritional contribution, it also enhances the flavor of our food. In our wet food recipes for dogs and cats, we incorporate offal parts like heart, lungs, kidneys, and liver to provide a balanced and nutritious meal for your pet.

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