Cold-pressed food safety

Cold-pressing is a unique cooking method that retains the natural nutrients of the ingredients, by cold-pressing the pellets at low temperatures (42°C – 47 °C ) for a short amount of time. Compared to commercial dog kibble that is cooked at high temperatures (130ºC +) for long periods of time, ridding the food of its natural nutrients.

As there is heat used in this cooking method, cold-pressed food is not considered to be a raw food product and does not pose the same risks as frozen or fresh raw food. However, it’s always advised to practice good hygiene, washing your hands, utensils and bowls after handling dog food of any kind.

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