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Raw Fermented Chicken Recipe

This delicious feast serves as a complete diet for pets.

A nourishing protein meal, it’s even better than organic

as this is cleanfood raised under fresh skies on toxin-free

and pesticide-free small family farms. Our chicken recipe

offers an optimal 1:1 fat to protein ratio, following nature.

It’s supplement-free nutrition that’s easy to digest, too,

due to our process of fermentation. A single serving of this wholefood nutrition goes a long, satisfying way providing excellent health benefits.

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• 20 - 2 lb Chubs, 40 lb box

• 20 - 1 lb Chubs, 20 lb box

• 12 - 1 lb Chubs, 12 lb box


Storage and Handling
Keep frozen. Thaw on plate or in sink. Empty contents and store in temperature-safe glass container. Refrigerate after serving. Stays fresh 7 days after opening. Refreeze after 7 days

if needed.

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Raw Fermented Chicken Recipe


Chicken, chicken heart, chicken liver, ground chicken bone, chicken eggs, organic beets, organic yellow squash, organic broccoli, whey, cod liver, butter, montmorillonite, vitamin E supplement.

Pet Nutrition Facts and
Suggested Daily Servings

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  • Serve as a complete calorie-dense diet

  • Full panel ingredients: 90% meat, organs and bone,
    10% wholefoods with an ideal 1:1 fat to protein ratio

  • No need for additional food, supplements, or additives

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Nutrient Dense Raw Food

  • Pasture-raised, free range chickens

  • Optimal 1:1 fat to protein ratio, a recipe balance

       following nature

  • Clean source of energy

  • Wild fermented organic vegetables

  • Pasture-raised, non-gmo fermented chicken eggs

  • Billions of probiotics and hundreds of live, diverse cultures

  • Safe, nutrient-rich wholefood

  • Diverse amino acids

  • Less than 2% carbohydrates

Best Way to Serve
After thawing, portion chubs accordingly and use

a digital weight scale or measuring cup to calculate. Best to serve at room temperature.

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