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Why do some brands have higher vitamins and minerals content?
Why do some brands have higher vitamins and minerals content?
Updated over a week ago

We've received some questions about why some brands claim to offer higher amounts of vitamins and minerals in their pet food. Let's unravel the mysteries behind these claims.

Quality over quantity

At Edgard & Cooper, our philosophy revolves around quality ingredients, including vitamins and minerals. While some brands may flaunt higher numbers on their labels, we prioritize the bioavailability and absorption of these nutrients. It's not just about quantity; it's about ensuring that your furry friend can actually absorb and benefit from the nutrients in their bowl.

Understanding bioavailability

Bioavailability is crucial in the nutrient absorption game. it refers to the proportion of a nutrient that enters the bloodstream and is made available for use or storage. We focus on using high-quality, bioavailable sources of vitamins and minerals to guarantee that your pet receives the maximum nutritional benefit from every bite.

A deeper dive

Brands might amp up the numbers by using synthetic forms of vitamins and minerals. While these synthetic sources may appear to have higher quantities, they don't necessarily provide the same natural benefits as those derived from whole, natural ingredients.

Why Edgard & Cooper is different

Our commitment lies in creating pet food that mirrors the natural diet of your pet. We meticulously select nutrient-rich ingredients, ensuring a balanced and complete meal that supports your pet's overall well-being. It's not just about having more; it's about having what matters most.

The bottom line

So, the next time you come across a brand claiming a higher quantity of vitamins and minerals, remember that at Edgard & Cooper, we're focused on the quality, bioavailability, and natural goodness that makes a real difference in your pet's life.

Stay curious, stay informed, and keep those tails wagging!

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