Yarrah is the pioneer of organic petfood. Indeed, 27 years ago, the brand was the only one to offer healthy products for cats and dogs, with a full range of certified organic products. Yarrah was created, following a dissatisfaction of healthy products, due to the abuse of the feed market. For the brand, organic is a will to bring positive change and not a trendy movement!
Better food products for all animals
Yarrah food products are good for your dog or cat: “87% of owners see positive results after switching to Yarrah organic food” (less itching, more energy, better digestion, shiny coat …)
However, Yarrah products are also better for all animals. Indeed, Yarrah have a particular attention to the breeding of animals (chicken, cows, turkeys …) making food for your cat or your dog. The brand is supplied by farmers and breeders, wishing to improve the world with healthy and organic products. In order to guarantee this quality, the Yarrah quality manager visits each supplier in person to see if the animals have a better life. According to Yarrah, it is important that these animals have time and space to live inside and out. Respect is essential for Yarrah, so you will not find meat from huge farms or battery-farmed chickens
In addition, Yarrah’s products are free from antioxidant chemicals, dyes and flavors, artificial fragrances, refined sugars and genetically modified ingredients. Animals raised by Yarrah to make their food, also eat organic food.
The Protection of Animals has awarded them, since 2015, the label of Best Life (with 3 stars).
Untested food on animals in kennels
When the brand wants to launch a new product, Yarrah asks dog and/or cat owners to test the product. If your pet finds the product tasty and if it adds a complement to the range, then it will be launched. No tests are performed on kennels of cats and dogs.
Organic certifications of Yarrah
Yarrah offers a pure and healthy diet for your pets, without additives, hormones, antibiotics … In addition, the brand is constantly working to meet the most stringent requirements in terms of organic products, animal well-being but also Food Safety.
- Organic certificates: European organic label, EKO label.
- Animal well-being certificates: Better Life Label, MSC certification and certification by the Association Against Animal Testing.
- Vegetarian / vegan certificates: Vegetarian Society and Vegan Society & EVU (European Vegetarian Union).
- Food safety certificates: ISO 22000.