No-Meat Mincey Dinner

100% nutritionally complete, plant & insect powered food for adult dogs.

  • Meaty-like mince pieces of plant protein (being served to people in restaurants around the country, so what does that tell you?)
  • Sustainable insect protein from traceable sources of clean, pre-consumer food by-products for important amino acids
  • Brown rice puffs for even more digestible protein
  • Vege powders from out-of-spec cauliflower, cabbage and broccoli
  • Algae extracts for calcium and long chain fatty acids, and with fermented yeast postbiotic for gut health and immune system support

Real food that tastes great! Just add water, rehydrate, and serve.

250g resealable pack.

"We've created a real food diet that exceeds AAFCO, and 'beefs up' immune system and gut health support. Without the beef!"

Dr Anna Sutton, Planet A nutritionist.

Food-grade plant protein ‘meaty chunks’ (wheat & soy), black soldier fly larvae meal, rolled oats, coconut oil, brown rice puffs, coconut shreds, carrot shreds, green peas, sunflower oil, algae-extract fatty acid (DHAgold), Algimun algae extract, Algaecal calcium, sunflower meal, TruMune postbiotic, parsley flakes, NinjinFibre carrot fibre, hempseed meal, LycoFibre tomato pomace, nutritional yeast, iodised salt, wheatgrass, seaweed meal, pumpkin powder, papaya powder, vege mix powder (cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli), vitamins and minerals, methionine, taurine.

Typical analysis dry matter

  • Metabolisable energy 5075 Kcal/kg
  • Protein 33%
  • Fat 28%
  • Fibre 6%
  • Ash 2.5%
  • Carbs 30%

Planet A Complete Meals are formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the Association of Animal Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) Dog Food Nutrient Profile for the  maintenance of adult dogs.

Check the feed guide at the bottom of the pack, but basically, you'll add 3 times as much water to the Meat-Free Dinner. So if the daily amount of Meat-Free Dinner is 33g, then you'll add 99g of water. Give it a mix, pop it in the fridge overnight and then serve the next day.

You can also make it in bulk, which might be useful if you have a large dog. Tip the contents of the pack into a container, and add 1.5 litres of water. Mix, pop in the fridge overnight, and start serving the next day. Use within 3 days.

This depends on the weight of your dog, but as a rough guide, for a 250g pack:

  • About 4 days' meals for an average 5 kg dog
  • About 3 days' meals for an average 10 kg dog
  • About 2 days' meals for an average 15 kg dog

Our products will last unopened for 12 months. Once you've rehydrated them, serve within 3 days.

Yes you can. These packs can go straight into the recycling bin at home as can our mailing satchels and boxes.

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