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Canagan launches wet food pouches for cats

Pet food brand Canagan has launched a range of wet food pouches for cats.

Made with 80 percent meat or fish and an array of chelated minerals, the new range offers a complete and balanced grain-free meal for kittens, adults and senior or sterilised cats. Canagan’s easy to distribute pouches are available in a range of chicken based flavours including combinations with salmon and herring with an additional kitten variety.

Each wet food pouch contains green lipped mussel, a natural source of glucosamine and cranberry to promote healthy urinary tracts.

With no meat or animal derivatives, the product base caters to kittens, with a chicken dish designed specifically to help younger cats develop. The range also includes pouches for senior and sterilised cats to promote lean muscle movement and a healthy immune system.

James Milbourne, Director at Canagan said: “We’ve had a lot of customers request the popular pouches and are delighted to finally introduce this new product line in a great range of flavours”.

“Usually associated with low meat quantity, mass produced pet food, we’re hoping to combat misconceptions around pouch based cat food with our rich in nutrition product offering that we know even the fussiest of our feline friends will enjoy.”

The Canagan pouch range has been launched in Pet’s Corner stores and in over 40 independent retail stores across the country. Each single pouch will be priced at just over a pound with multipacks retailing at £7.99 for eight pouches.

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About Sara Cork

Sara Cork
Sara Cork is the editor of Pet Gazette. She has nearly eight years' experience in consumer and B2B titles. Feel free to drop her a line with any stories or feature ideas.

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