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    E. R

    Is there a preferred dry dog food packaging ? i.e. … does the packing need to be air tight or have micro-perforations or have a degassing valve ?

    I can’t seem to find any good info on this. Does it even make a difference ?

    Thanks !

    #130166 Report Abuse

    Less air in the package is preferable as fats start to oxidize when exposed to light/air. Also, after opening, packages should be rolled down with as much air pushed out as possible even when kept inside a container. I usually buy kibble in bags that don’t have alot of air in them.

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    Carvani J

    The food packaging has to be air tight because air can cause further oxidation which might lead to the food spoilage. More tips about food packaging here https://www.pwrpack.com/

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