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.
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