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Preserving dog treats

by Sarah


I make dog treats to sell, but the one issue I have is longevity of the product once ready to sell. I do not currently add in artificial preservatives and the product is presented in a heat sealed pouch and silica gel sachet to soak up moisture. Any other tips you can give would be gratefully received

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Preserving treats
by: Dog Treat Icing Expert

Make sure your pet treats are 100% dry before you seal them in a bag. Make sure all the moisture is gone! You may have to dehydrate them to get a "crunchy" consistency.

You may wish to add mold inhibitor to the dough as you do not use preservatives. You can find mold inhibitor for pet treats at

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