100% Kangaroo Mince Tray
Vet recommended 100% Australian Kangaroo Mince. The vacuum sealed design locks in the flavour and is great for storage in the fridge without mess or leakage.
- 100% Kangaroo mince
- High in protein
- Low in fat
- Grain free and Gluten free
- No cheap fillers
- Added vitamins and minerals
- Vacuum sealed pack for freshness
- Perfect for cats and dogs
- Feeding guide: 200g per 10kg of body weight for dogs.
- Feeding guide: 80g per serve for cats
- Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Folic Acid, Citric Acid, Copper, Zinc, Iron, Manganese, Calcium Iodate, Selenium.
Available in either 400g, 800g or 2kg trays.
PrimeSafe Victoria’s Licensing Conditions for Pet Meat Manufacturers
Product Identification (Staining) – Outcome Required: Pet meat does not present a food safety risk to the well-being of pets and is suitably identified to prevent unintended use and substitution for human consumption product. 1. Except where alternate identification is approved by a controlling authority by means of an approved arrangement, pet meat intended to be sold without being subjected to an approved heat treatment process shall be identified by staining with Brilliant Blue FCF (CI 42090). Such staining shall be applied to a carcass after skinning but before the carcass is broken up. In the case of field-dressed pet meat the stain shall be applied to meat surfaces in the field. 2. Staining shall be applied in such a manner that product is, at all times, clearly identified as being pet meat. 3. The surface of pet meat shall be stained in accordance with this Standard before delivery to a retail pet meat shop. 4. Where meat prepared for human consumption is delivered to a retail pet meat shop for use as pet meat it must be stained in accordance with this Standard before storage, display for sale or sale. 5. A person shall not remove nor attempt to remove any stain or staining material from meat that has been stained under this Standard. Page 30 of Australian Standard for the Hygienic Production of Pet Meat) – www.primesafe.vic.gov.au