NEEDHAM, MA (June 15, 2020) – NOBL Vegan Recipe Canine Food Bars offer a complete and balanced vegan mealtime for dogs. Dogs aren’t carnivores. They’re omnivores. Going vegan with your dog is absolutely an option – with the right nutrition. But studies have shown that many commercial vegan dog foods lack key nutrients1, until the introduction of the NOBL Vegan Recipe Canine Food Bar. One NOBL Vegan Recipe Canine Food Bar feeds 25 pounds worth of veggie-loving dog and they can be broken into five-pound portions for precision feeding.
Why choose NOBL Vegan Recipe Canine Food Bars?
All of our bars are:
- Freeze-dried with fewer artificial and synthetic ingredients than other vegan brands.
- Higher in protein and higher in quality with more essential amino acids than other vegan brands.
- Clinically proven as highly digestible by an independent third-party, with over 93% fat digestibility and 87% energy digestibility – plus 85% protein digestibility and 85% total digestibility
- Guaranteed, 100% for your satisfaction. And your dog’s too. Feeding is believing!
“With the emerging market for vegan dog food, Jim and I knew we could make the best vegan food in the marketplace and we have. Our vegan recipe bars are not only proven to be highly digestible; they also deliver more essential amino acids than any other commercially made vegan diet. Additionally, we recognized the need for transparency within the vegan food market. Like our other foods our third-party typical nutrient analysis and digestibility results are available on our website,” explained Ryan Yamka, Guardian Co-Founder and Board-Certified Companion Animal Nutritionist.
In addition, NOBL Canine Food Bars and NOBL Treats for Dogs are nutrient-dense and highly digestible, which produce very little waste compared to other diets. All use quality ingredients that are sourced and then manufactured in the US and Canada. The convenient, lightweight, nonrefrigerated bar form and packaging make NOBL’s nutritious canine food bars convenient for on-the-go dogs and their pet parents.
“We’re also excited about our new NOBL brand, messaging, and identity,” shared Jim Galovski, Guardian Co-Founder. “It’s critical we present our company and products in a way that authentically reflects who Ryan and I are. The way our brand was expressed visually, in messaging, is as important as the ingredients we put into our bars. We love it!”
NOBL Canine Food Bars and NOBL Treats for Dogs will be available in June 2020 at independent pet retailers and online retailers, including noblfoods.com. NOBL Canine Food Bars are available in three tasty and nutritious flavors: Turkey & Duck Recipe, Beef & Chicken Recipe and our New Vegan Recipe. NOBL Treats for Dogs are offered in Chicken Recipe, Turkey Recipe, Beef Recipe and a Vegan Recipe. The suggested retail price is $4.99 for individually wrapped bars, $42.99 for a 20oz 10 pack and $8.99 for the treats.
Formulated with no-nonsense and no bull, every product we offer your pet takes the NOBL stance: real ingredients, simple feeding, and honest presentation.
About NOBL Foods:
Just the Good Stuff. Every pet should live their best life. Some days, that’s zipping up the trailhead or jumping into the car for a road trip. Other times, it’s tagging along to work or simply snuggling on the couch. Whatever the day brings, we make it easier for pets to get the balanced, natural nutrition that fuels their fun. With nutrient-dense products for a healthy diet and lightweight, convenient packaging that leaves little trace, we see to it that pets and their parents can live their best lives together everywhere, every day. Learn more at noblfoods.com
About Guardian Pet Food:
Our mission is to provide the most nutrient-dense pet food with the highest digestibility in a convenient bar for pet owners “on the go”. Our pets deserve the highest quality nutrition and we know that the best nutrients come from nature’s ingredients. We make a different kind of pet food because we are a different kind of pet food company. Real. Simple. Honest. Always! Learn more at GuardianPetFood.com
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- Kanakubo et. al., 2015; Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association