Canidae adds functional, ‘home-cooked’ cat foods

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STAMFORD, CAN. – Canidae has launched two new premium cat food lines: four solution-based dry foods for specific health and wellness areas and three wet foods inspired by “home-made meals”.

The solution-based product line Canidae Goodness was developed through a partnership between Canidae and a state-certified animal nutritionist. The line includes four formulas – Skin & Coat, Indoor Cat, Joints and Digestion – each containing the proprietary HealthPLUS ™ Solutions blend of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and probiotics to support overall health.

Goodness for Skin & Coat contains salmon, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, zinc and biotin. Goodness for Indoor Cat includes white fish and natural sources of fiber like flaxseed and chickpeas. Goodness for Joints also contains salmon, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, as well as naturally occurring glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate. Finally, Goodness for Digestion includes chicken, white rice, flaxseed and barley fiber, and probiotics.

This wholesome and balanced diet is formulated with real poultry or fish as the first ingredients and does not contain any corn, wheat or soy ingredients. Canidae Goodness Recipes are made in the USA with ingredients from around the world.

Canidae’s Balanced Bowl wet cat food formulas, due to hit the market this August, are complete and balanced, but can also be fed as a meal attachment. According to the company, each of the three recipes in this new line is “inspired by simple meals that cat owners can prepare in their own kitchen and that offer the special experience of sharing a meal with your cat”.

The recipes include tuna and carrot recipe, chicken and pumpkin recipe, and salmon and sweet potato recipe. Each formula consists of high-quality protein chunks, recognizable herbal ingredients, healthy grains and sauces, and is free from corn, wheat, soy or carrageenan ingredients.

These two diets fueled a new Canidae social media campaign known as “Catidae” to mark World Cat Rulership Day on December 24th.

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