Select your region:

World map dotted Responsive wolrd map dotted

Your region has been set to

Americas

Change region

Close

Menu

Dried duck

Duck is a popular animal protein source in pet food. The meat is typically rich in fat and contains various micronutrients, including iron and selenium. Its high-quality proteins provide a variety of non-essential and essential amino acids. As it is extremely flavorful, duck meat is also especially popular as a human food in Asia and also in parts of Europe. Although ducks are predominantly farm raised, they are often associated with game birds. No allergies or intolerances are associated specifically with duck.

IQI dried duck is a co-product of the production of duck fat, also known as confit or graisse de canard in France, where duck fat is a famous regional specialty dish. Duck fat production takes place in human food grade facilities without any use of by-products, such as the head, feet, or viscera. Pure duck meat is dried for use in pet food. Typically, pure dried duck is higher in protein and lower in ash compared to a duck by-product meal. The ingredient is very palatable as dried duck is more or less fried in the duck fat.

Related news and blogs about Dried duck

June 22 2021

What I’ve learned during my first 100 days in office

  Time flies. It has been over 100 days since I started in my new position as CEO of IQI...

Read more
June 15 2021

Sourcing the right pet food ingredients to meet consumer demands

Pet humanization is one of the biggest trends in the pet food industry. Pet parents are increasingly aware of the importance of...

Read more

Get in touch

Do you want to know more on our products?
Please fill in your contact details and we will contact you.



Chris Schneider Sales Director
Julie Ninneman Sales
IQI_Paul Verderber
Paul Verderber Sales

If you have any questions or comments on this ingredient, please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

We look forward to your response!

View all white papers