Northern Biscuit Bakery News
NEW RECIPES: VEGAN CRUNCH! AND CRICKET CRUNCH!
June 7, 2022
Easy on the tummy and the planet, our newest recipes Vegan CRUNCH! and Cricket CRUNCH! are known to cause some serious drooling.
Crickets are a sustainable protein rich in nutrients like iron, B12 and all 9 essential amino acids. These nutrients are also very bioavailable and easily absorbed.
The chitin (exoskeleton) is a great pre-biotic fibre which helps improve gut health.
Fun cricket facts!
Cricket farming requires far less resources than more conventional
cattle, pig or chicken farming.
Crickets emit fewer greenhouse gases and less ammonia than cattle or pigs, and they require significantly less land and water than cattle rearing.
Dogs are natural foragers and will forage for insects to eat.
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LOOKS AND SIZE DO MATTER!
March 21, 2022
Northern Biscuit is available in three shapes and sizes for dogs small to large and are now specially crafted with ridges to create the Northern CRUNCH!, which helps to clean teeth and support dental health, while rewarding dogs with a delicious crunchy biscuit. To learn more, click here.
Mini Northern Biscuit
Fry-Shaped Northern Biscuit
Classic Northern Biscuit
NEW LOOK! CHEESY CHICKEN LAUNCHES!
May 28, 2021
This delicious Northern Biscuit recipe (formally known as Chicken & Cheese) features fresh, local Ontario chicken blended with natural cheese flavour to create a combination dogs love. Slowly baked in small batches with whole barley and rolled oats grown and milled locally, this is a mouth-watering biscuit that will get every dog’s tail wagging!! To learn more, click here.
TWO BEST-SELLERS COMBINED: MINI MIX PACKS LAUNCH!
March 15, 2020
Introducing two tasty Northern Biscuit Mini Mix packs of our best selling biscuit recipes that provide dogs a delicious surprise with every bite. Baked with only the freshest, human-grade meats and ingredients sourced from Canadian growers, these Mini Mixes are perfect for smaller dogs and they make for a great training treat for medium-large sized dogs! To learn more, click here.