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Cold Pressed Dog Food NZ

Why Tribal is the next best thing to a raw diet...


Tribal Fresh Pressed is unique and does not swell but slowly breaks down, making it gentler on your dog’s tummy and better for their digestion.

The Fresh Pressed Difference... Heat damages nutrients and taste. You may be aware that steaming vegetables is much healthier than boiling them. It preserves more of the nutrients and vitamins by cooking them at lower temperatures for a shorter period of time. In much the same way, cold pressed dog food is also produced at lower temperatures than the traditional methods of making dry dog food (called extrusion) and therefore preserves more of the nutrients. When meat, fish and other proteins are heated to high temperatures it changes the structure of the protein, making it less nutritious for your dog and also harder for them to digest. Tribal’s unique Fresh Pressed cooking process uses Fresh Meat, rather than meat meal, which we cook at a lower temperature to ensure that all of the goodness is locked in.

Most extruded dog foods are loaded with meat meal and made by super heating meat and bone at high temperatures which destroys important nutrients that a dog needs for a healthy diet. Dry food has lower nutritional value and is harder for the dog to digest and causes bloating, swelling and discomfort in the gut. Traditional dry kibble food also causes dehydration as the food sits in the dog's gut for a long time breaking down and absorbs liquid.

Tribal Fresh Pressed is made with the finest human-grade meats and fish that are sustainably sourced, including MSC certified blue whiting fish and ethically 

  • Meat Meal Free
  • 100% Natural
  • Hypoallergenic
  • No Bloating
  • Grain Free
  • Joint Care
  • Tribal packaging is 100% recyclable
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