Friday, February 24, 2012

Win Free Food From Global Pet Foods - All New "Nature's Harvest Fresh" Frozen Patties

Also available in chicken, lamb, & salmon
Pets eat fresh and local with new gently cooked food

TORONTO, Feb. 23, 2012 – Global Pet Foods, Canada’s Healthy Choice for Pets, has created Nature’s Harvest Fresh, a new gently cooked pet food to offer pet parents a healthy, safe and convenient alternative to kibble, dehydrated and raw pet foods.

“Nature’s Harvest Fresh is a raw concept food made with whole foods, but it’s gently cooked to the point of pasteurization - making it safe for your whole family to handle,” said Jim Walker, Global Pet Foods President.

Made in Aurora, Ontario with locally sourced whole food ingredients, Nature’s Harvest Fresh is a fresh frozen patty, which is grain free, low glycemic and contains the essential vitamins and prebiotics and probiotics for a healthy diet.

“The fresh frozen patties are a great food for picky eaters and a convenient option for people who want to feed raw, but may not have the time,” adds Walker.

Nature’s Harvest Fresh is a complete and balanced food for all life stages and comes in four selections: beef, chicken, lamb and salmon, which are all accompanied with pumpkin, apple, fava beans, yellow split peas and pinto beans.

Nature’s Harvest Fresh is available in the freezer section of select Global Pet foods stores in boxes of 12 ($21.99) and sold in individual patties ($1.99 each) - for a healthy way to supplement your dog’s diet or gradually introduce Nature’s Harvest Fresh.

To watch a video of how Nature’s Harvest Fresh is made and to learn more please visit: http://www.naturesharvest.ca/fresh

About Global Pet Foods

Global Pet Foods is Canada’s largest chain of pet food stores specializing in natural, holistic and organic foods and supplements, with 150 stores across Canada and the United States.

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To win two boxes of this new raw food (over $50.00 in value), simply go to the Toronto Pet Daily Facebook page and comment on this picture. Tell us about your picky pooch, and why you prefer feeding raw diet. There will be two winners drawn from the comments. The deadline to comment is 6:00PM on Tuesday. **Winners will have to pick up their prizes (they are FROZEN after all) at their closest Global Pet Foods location.

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