What ingredients are in our food and why have we chosen them?
Fresh beef muscle meat (38%)
Fresh beef muscle meat: dogs need proteins to build and maintain their organs and muscles and for their enzymes to function properly. Meat is a good source of protein because it contains all the essential amino acids in the right proportions and thus has a high biological quality. In addition, meat contains iron, zinc, selenium, and B vitamins.
Fresh beef heart (15%)
Fresh beef heart mainly consists of muscle, i.e. meat. It is very rich in protein without containing much fat. It provides high quality biotin and potassium.
Fresh green beef tripe (10%)
Fresh green beef tripe is particularly high-quality because it contains the green plants already pre-digested by the cattle. The bacteria in the beef tripe have already broken down these plants and converted them into high-quality protein. It plays an important role in aiding digestion.
Fresh breastbones (8%)
Every B.A.R.F. recipe includes finely ground fresh breastbones. These contain important, natural calcium, iron, valuable fatty acids, and enzymes.
Fresh beef kidneys (6%)
Fresh beef kidneys are particularly rich in protein but contain little fat. They contain lots of sodium, vitamin B12, and biotin.
Freeze-dried beef liver (3%)
Freeze-dried beef liver is particularly nutritious because it contains a lot of iron and numerous vitamins (A, B 2, B 12, biotin, etc.). The gentle freeze drying process preserves heat-sensitive vitamins.
Carrots (8%) und Beetroots (2%)
Beetroots and carrots contain many vitamins and minerals (especially potassium). The saponins and flavonoids they contain stimulate appetite and aid digestion.
Fresh untreated apples (3%) and pears (3%), straight from the farmer contain pectin, vitamin C, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, and sodium.
Blueberries are primarily a source of manganese and copper, but also contain vitamin C, carotene, iron, potassium, sodium, B vitamins, and anthocyanins.
High-quality cold-pressed sunflower oil (1%):
High-quality cold-pressed sunflower oil is a source of vitamin E, linolenic acid, and alphalinolenic acid, as well as essential fatty acids.
Cod liver oil (0,6%)
Cod liver oil is primarily a source of vitamin D, but also contains a high proportion of vitamins A and E and is rich in iodine and omega-3 fatty acids.
Gluten-free wheat germ oil (0,4%)
Salmon oil (0,3%)
Salmon oil is a source of essential fatty acids and provides a balanced ratio of omega-6 to omega-3.
Rosehip powder (0,3%)
Algal lime (0,3%), seaweed meal (0,1%)
Algal lime and seaweed meal are important sources of minerals (magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, and iodine).
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