Whlie a global pet food shortage is affecting large numbers of supermarkets, and a combination of shipping delays and supply issues are preventing several brands from reaching us, there is a New Zealand-based alternative.
“Kiwis can count on a regular supply of Omega Plus food for cats and dogs during this shortage,” says Simon Thomas, divisional manager at Omega Innovations.
Produced in the Marlborough Sounds and made from some of the world’s best salmon, Omega Plus is proving a popular alternative during these shoratges.
“We’re a New Zealand-based operation, which means we can restock supermarkets as soon as our products are ready,” says Simon.
“We aren’t dependent on international imports and exports, so our customer’s pets are always looked after.”
“We call Omega Plus the salmon superfood because it’s 100 per cent natural and made from New Zealand King Salmon. Everybody knows the health benefits of eating salmon, and it’s the same for pets.
“The nutrients found in Omega Plus helps give our four-legged friends a shiny coat, strong bones, and improves joint health.”
Simon says the company’s focus is on products of the highest quality. “It’s really important to have full transparency around where the Omega Plus ingredients come from. There’s nothing in our pet food that we wouldn’t feed to our own fur babies. After all, pets are part of the family.”
Omega Plus products are widely available across the Bay of Plenty, in supermarkets such as New World, Countdown and Pak ‘n Save. For more information, visit: www.omegaplus.co.nz