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Peanut Butter & Blueberry Bundle

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About this product

All natural, sustainable, high protein ingredients like peanut butter and crickets give your dog energy and taste great. These treats also include antioxidant rich blueberries to create their distinctive taste. They’re grain free and every ingredient has been selected with care.

Sustainable, humane and hypoallergenic – these treats have it all!

  • Soft baked biscuits made with recognizable ingredients like peanut butter, crickets, flaxseed, lentils and blueberries.
  • Cricket protein powder is a great alternative protein because sourcing it can help save land, water and emit fewer greenhouse gases when compared to sourcing traditional animal protein.
  • Grain-free, gluten-free, corn-free, glycerin-free and made without antibiotics, or artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
  • Hypoallergenic rewards are high in protein, low in calories and full of flavor.
  • Sustainable, natural, humane and made in the USA.

Product Details

Guaranteed Analysis:

CRUDE PROTEIN: 27% min CRUDE FAT: 15% min CRUDE FIBER: 6.0% max MOISTURE: 10% max

9 kcal/treat

Ingredients

Peanut Butter, Crickets, Flax Seed, Lentils, Blueberries, Molasses, Coconut Oil, Sea Salt, Citric Acid, Buffered Distilled White Vinegar, Mixed Tocopherols (a source of Vitamin E), Rosemary Extract.

Savannah Welna
Nutrition Advocate

I am absolutely thrilled with the work that Jiminy's is doing- partnering with others to produce high quality research that backs a product that is truly environmentally friendly, humane, and loved by my dogs!

Humans behind the brand

Anne

Jiminy’s began when I was approached to lead a grass-fed beef dog treats company. While I loved the idea of a sustainable treat for dogs, I knew that traditional animal protein (esp. beef) was not the answer...

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