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Raw frozen meatball pet food brand launched

Nutriment, an innovator in the field of raw pet feeding solutions, has launched a new brand called Leo & Wolf – a range of high-quality, frozen raw food products for both cats and dogs.


Featuring both complimentary and complete options, the food range currently includes a variety of meatball style products for the ultimate pet feeding experience. 


The brand will also feature some premium treat products which are currently being developed for future release.


The Leo & Wolf portfolio – which is specifically designed to simultaneously support both canine and feline nutrition - contains five varieties: beef and vegetable meatballs (93% meat and offal); beef meatballs (99% beef); chicken, beef, salmon and vegetable meatballs (93% meat, offal, fish and bone); tripe meatballs (99% tripe); and tripe, salmon and vegetable meatballs (93% tripe, fish and bone).


As is characteristic of all Nutriment raw food products, the ingredients in Leo & Wolf recipes come from high-quality, human grade food sources. Nutriment’s dedicated in-house nutritionists have carefully selected raw meats, fish and vegetables to provide optimal nutrition for both cats and dogs. This means that all recipes are grain-free, free from artificial additives and preservatives and inclusive only of ingredients that are biologically appropriate, easily digested and supportive of canine and feline health and happiness.


More information on the ingredients that Nutriment uses can be found here:


Leo & Wolf meatballs have been designed to maintain their form and shape when defrosted, without losing moisture or any of the desired texture. Once defrosted, the meatballs provide a unique and exciting new eating experience for cats and dogs, which contributes hugely to their emotional and mental health. 


“We are staunch advocates of raw feeding solutions here at Nutriment. However, we do appreciate that storing pet food (which contains raw meat) in personal kitchen fridges can (and does) deter pet owners from exploring raw feeding. With this in mind, we are proud to launch a frozen product which can be conveniently stored, handled, defrosted and fed,” comments Suzanne Brock, Managing Director of Nutriment. “The meatballs are individually frozen and so each portion can be efficiently removed from the pack and defrosted for mealtimes.”


Nutriment’s founding and fundamental principle is to provide high-quality raw nutrition to all breeds, sizes and ages of dogs and cats. Whether a pet is young or aging, if they have underlying health conditions, or if a pet is simply just a fussy eater, the team at Nutriment is dedicated to developing innovative raw feeding products for any pet to enjoy. In order to achieve this, raw feeding solutions need to be accessible and convenient for pet owners. With this in mind, as well as being available to purchase online and from Nutriment’s headquarters in Surrey, Leo & Wolf will also be available at selected stores nationwide.


Leo & Wolf food products were launched in early November, with information on store locations and where you can purchase available on the Nutriment website.

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