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Does Wild Earth kibble lose nutritional value due to high temperatures used during production?
Does Wild Earth kibble lose nutritional value due to high temperatures used during production?
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Written by Rave
Updated over a week ago

Our manufacturing facility uses heat extrusion to create our kibble which is a similar process to what many other dog food manufacturers use. The range of cooking temperatures for wild earth kibbles is typically between 140 - 265 degrees F. Extrusion can vary between 140 to 220 and drying is around 265 degrees. Both processes are needed to process the kibbles.

With its lower temperature and short cooking time, heat extrusion minimizes this potential pitfall. We assure to test for everything that meets standard quality checks.
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