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Jelly in wet food
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The jelly in Edgard & Cooper wet food serves an essential purpose for proper preservation. It ensures that there is no air inside the vacuum-sealed tin or cup. The jelly is created from a blend of water and binders.

In some batches, it may occur that the jelly is concentrated at the top of the tin or cup. Ideally, the jelly should be evenly distributed around the meat in the tin or cup.

Can the jelly cause loose stools?

No, it cannot. Our jelly is composed of water and binders, and does not contribute to loose stools.

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