Churu Bites are soft pillow-shaped natural chicken treats seasoned with natural flavors, green tea extract and vitamin E. No grains, preservatives or artificial colors. Each package includes eight individual packs to maintain maximum freshness.
Crude Protein (min) 22.00% / Crude Fat (min) 3.00% / Crude Fiber (max) 0.50% / Moisture (max) 72.00% / Vitamin E (min) 80 IU/kg
Inaba has 185 years history with starting business to produce/sell "dried skipjack" which made from skipjack that were caught in the seas close to Japan around 1830s in Shizuoka Prefecture.
Inaba focused on Yellowfin Tuna and started to manufacturing/selling "Inaba Light Tuna" made from Yellowfin Tuna in the first place in Japan. "Inaba Light Tuna" was an epochal product which was not only focusing new source from marine, but also established mass production business by high speed flaking/filling facility. As the fact, we created new category in tuna business which is more than half of over 45 million tons volume in tuna business and "Inaba Light Tuna" is verified as motive power of our company for canned tuna market in Japan.
Inaba has started producing Pet Food since 1958 which is one of the oldest wet pet food company. We created "CIAO" as premium cat wet producing domestically in Japan in 1989 after exporting canned wet food to Italy. We established "Inaba Petfood Co., Ltd." In 1997. We became the top brand company in cat food category rapidly producing/selling around 600 items of pet food with high quality by a half century of production/business performance and our INABA brand in dog food category.
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