Home & Garden Sainsbury's are launching a new range of vegan(ish) dog food so your pet can be 'clean-eating' too

13:26  23 january  2018
13:26  23 january  2018 Source:   Country Living (UK)

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Sainsbury's are launching a new range of vegan(ish) dog food so your pet can be 'clean-eating' too © Sainsbury's Sainsbury's are launching a new range of vegan(ish) dog food so your pet can be 'clean-eating' too As many of us give up alcohol and meat for the month of January (and beyond), now your beloved pet dog or cat can go vegan too.

Sainsbury's has announced a brand new range of healthy and hypoallergenic pet food which will be available to buy at stores by the end of this month (January).

The supermarket has introduced the range on the back of huge consumer demand, and all products will be free of wheat, grain, dairy, eggs and soya. So, vegan-ish...

Their overhaul on own-brand cat and dog food will also include a healthy, natural pet foods range, and a number of sugar-free pet treats.

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The treats have been carefully developed with pet nutrition experts to prevent owners giving pets excessive sugars and salt, which can contribute to a number of health issues including pet obesity and diabetes.

Product Developer for Pet at Sainsbury's Lucy Taylor said: "Pet owners are becoming increasingly concerned with what they're feeding their animals, asking more questions and doing more research into which nutrients their pet does and doesn't require.

"We want to make it easier for our customers to choose the right food for their pet. Whether they're looking for treats with no added sugar, to increase general health, or looking to avoid a certain food type due to allergies, we hope our expanded range of healthy pet food will make it easier than ever for people to ensure their pet is getting everything it needs."

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The full selection of pet food will be available in Sainsbury's stores from the end of January 2018. Will you try it?

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