Puppy Dry Food

Puppy Dry Food
Record ID: 1360361
Company: Nippon Pet Food
Brand: Vita One
Category: Pet Food
Sub-Category: Dog Food Dry
Country: Japan
Date Published: Jul 2010
Product source: Shopper
Launch Type: New Packaging
Price in local currency: 433.00
Price in US Dollars: 4.77
Price in Euros: 3.83
Bar Code: 4902112003084

Product Description
Vita One Puppy Dry Food is formulated with plenty of calcium for healthy bones, casein phosphopeptide, vitamins, immune-boosting beta-glucan, and oligosaccharide for digestive support. The kibbles are free from colorants, easy to ingest and dissolve easily in water. Launched on March 1, 2010 repackaged with a new look, in 800g and 2kg packs. RRP unavailable.
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Puppy Dry Food


No Additives/Preservatives,
Added Calcium,
Vitamin/Mineral Fortified,
Digestion & Urinary Tract (Functional Pet),
Joints, Bones & Muscles (Functional Pet)

Ingredients: Grains (corn, wheatflour, corn gluten meal, defatted rice bran, wheat bran), meats (contains chicken meal, beef powder, pork powder, chicken liver powder), skimmed soybeans, fats (beef oil, palm oil, chicken oil, gamma-linolenic acid), beer enzyme (beta-glucan origin), herbs (thyme, dill, fennel), small fish powder, vegetables (tomatoes, carrots, spinach), oligosaccharide, casein phosphopeptide, cranberry powder, minerals (calcium, phosphorus, sodium , chloride, iron, copper, manganese, zinc, iodine, cobalt), vitamin A, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin D, vitamin E, pantothenic acid, choline, bacillus subtils (active bacteria), yogurt flavour, antioxidant (mixed tocopherols, rosemary extract), glucosamine, amino acids (arginine, methionine), chondroitin
Nutrition: Per 100g: Energy 360kcal, Protein >=24%, Fat >=9.5%, Pure Fiber =1.2%, Phosphorus >=0.9%

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