Wild Boar Recipe

Wild Boar Recipe

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Net weight:
       Small size:  14oz / 400g (4 trays of 100g)
       Large size:  17oz / 500g (2 trays of 250g)  

Texture: Pate

*At least 85% animal protein, human-grade
*100% whole ingredients, nothing you cannot pronounce
*100% human-grade ingredients
*No high heat and high pressure
*Minimally processed to maintain vital nutrients
*No fillers, preservatives, by-products, and food additives. 
*Biodegradable meal trays go directly from freezer to microwave 

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Ingredients:  Wild boar, free-run eggs, hulled barley, seasonal vegetables, hormone-free beef organs, organic apples, organic or antibiotic-free chicken bones (grounded)/eggshells, cold-pressed wild Alaskan salmon oil, organic herbs, Hawaiian spirulina



Wild Boar
Wild Boar are raised outdoors; they are not always in the barn. They get fresh air, they get to play in the mud and water.   They are not fed antibiotics or growth hormones

Lower in fat and higher in protein than its domestic cousin. Compared to beef, it also has more protein, less sodium and saturated fat. It is also a good source of zinc, thiamin, niacin, vitamin B6 and selenium 

Free Run Eggs 
Keep in smaller flock size, free run and subject to higher animal welfare standards

Hulled Barley
When consumed as a whole grain, barley is a particularly rich source of fibre, molybdenum, manganese and selenium. It also contains good amounts of copper, vitamin B1, chromium, phosphorus, magnesium, niacin and lignans, a group of antioxidants

Seasonal Vegetables
In-season produce is picked at the height of its freshness, at its very best.  Seasonality is reality, different crops are harvested at different times of the year. 

Organic Apples
Organic apples have no synthetic pesticides, herbicides or fertilizer.  They are a good source of fibre and vitamin C. They also contain polyphenols, which may have numerous health benefits.

Hormone-free beef organ meats 
They come from hormone-free, pasture-fed and locally raised beef.  80% liver and kidney; 20% heart, tongue, spleen, lung and suet. 

The liver is rich in many different vitamins and fatty acids. The kidney has the added benefit of vitamins like zinc and iron. Hearts and other organs provide protein, B vitamins, iron and taurine.

Organic or antibiotic-free chicken bones (grounded)/eggshells
Bones are the storehouses of essential nutrients such as calcium and magnesium. They’re also the world’s best source of collagen and gelatin, two important nutrients for joints and gut health.

Cold-pressed wild Alaskan salmon oil 
The most beneficial omega-3 fats occur naturally in oily fish in the form of EPA and DHA. These fatty acids contribute to healthy brain and cardiovascular functions, joints and general well being

Organic herbs 
Organic nettle leaf and dandelion leaf promote detoxification and the absorption of nutrients

Pure Hawaiian spirulina
Spirulina is a blue-green alga that grows in the saltwater of Hawaii. It may have one of the most excellent nutritional profiles. It has a high plant protein and vitamin content, antioxidant and inflammation-fighting properties. 



Protein (min): 18%
Fat (min): 9%
Fibre (max): 1.0%
Moisture (max): 65%
Calcium to phosphorus: 1.2 to 1
Energy: 165 calories per 100 grams



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