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Ziwipeak NZ Ltd ZiwiPeak NZ LtdZiwipeak NZ Ltd ZiwiPeak NZ Ltd Mt MaunganuiMember Posts: 2
edited 21 February, 2008 in Food & Nutrition
Thanks to you all for your comments but I must have you ask the question - what would these animals and we are talking Cats for this forum, what would they eat in the wild? Also we didn't create novel ingredients because its fashionable we used these ingredients because they don't have hormones or antibiotics in any of the meat used for ZiwiPeak. Chicken does. We don't use any by-products, flour, kibble, additives, preservatives, added colour, chemicals the list goes on. We are ALL NATURAL.


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