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Hills Ideal Balance No Grain Tuna & Potato is a delicious dry food that has perfectly balanced nutrition. Made with natural ingredients, it contains 70% animal protein, plus vitamins, minerals and amino acids. Completely free from grains and hypoallergenic.
• Tuna provides a lean protein source, great for growth and repair.
• Rich in omega -3 & -6 to support healthy skin & coat.
• No grains.
with Tuna & Potato:Tuna meal (17%), pea protein, potato starch, dried potato (15 %), animal fat, yellow peas (4.9 %), dried peas (4.9 %), vegetable oil, fish oil, dried beet pulp, minerals, flaxseed (1%),dried carrots (0.5%), tomato pomace (0.2%), spinach powder, grape pomace, citrus pulp, vitamins, trace elements and beta-carotene. With a natural antioxidant (mixed tocopherols).
Dry Matter - Protein 31.5%, Fat 21.8%, Carbohydrate 38.7%, Fibre (Crude) 2.0%, Crude ash 6.0%, Calcium 0.89%, Phosphorus 0.77%, Sodium 0.41%, Potassium 0.76%, Magnesium 0.08%, Omega-3 fatty acids 1.31%, Omega-6 fatty acids 3.88%, Taurine 2,200mg/kg, Vitamin A10 6,329IU/kg, Vitamin D10 797IU/kg, Vitamin E10 899mg/kg, Vitamin C10 148mg/kg, Beta-carotene 1.6mg/kg.
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Hills Ideal Balance No Grain Tuna & Potato Cat Food
£19.93 to £57.99
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