Ingredients that matter

We believe that alternative proteins are key in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. One way of contributing to the health of the environment is to sever our ties to polluting sectors. By reducing the demand for these industries, the hope is that they lose relevance. This only functions in light of a viable alternative. The world is ripe with different options if we are willing to go on cultural adventures to find them. Consider seaweed, mushrooms, invertebrates - let’s find out together!
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Black Solider Flies

Black soldier fly is not only rich in nutrients and easily digestible, it’s also a powerful hypoallergenic alternative. As a voracious consumer of organic materials, this hearty fly thrives in dense spaces, unlike conventional livestock. So, basically, you’re helping upcycle food waste, save thousands of liters of water and drastically reduce greenhouse gases.

Sustainable Fish

As an invasive species, silver carp are decimating local fish populations in North American rivers with their gluttonous appetite. By feeding your dog our tasty seafood delight, you’re supporting local fishermen as they rebalance endangered aquatic ecosystems. With low levels of contaminants (and no antibiotics), this nutrient-dense, hypoallergenic recipe will not only please your dog’s tummy, but your environmentally conscious heart as well.


Crickets may be small, but they’re mighty. With twice as much protein than beef, they’re not only nutritious, they’re a hypoallergenic and eco-friendly alternative as well. Hopping through vertical farms, crickets use 2,000 times less water, 12 times less feed and emit 100 times fewer greenhouse gases — giving treats a whole new meaning.

Repurposed Fruits & Veggies

We are helping reduce food waste as we use lots of upcycled fruit and veggie pulp from LOOP Mission. They help suppliy your pup with fibrous goodness for their digestive system and save some poor veggies from being left behind. A total win-win!


Our seaweed is certified organic and sustainably hand-harvested from the shores of the Canadian East Coast. Seaweed plays a crucial role in removing and storing CO2 from the atmosphere while releasing oxygen, thus helping to offset GHG. Seaweed grows very efficiently, does not require arable land, fresh water, nor farming.