Tiki Cat Hookena Luau Ahi Tuna and Chicken
I’d seen their six-ounce cans before, but with a few flavors on closeout at half price, I gave it a try. The cans, in case you haven’t seen them, are taller and rather squat compared to your typical Blue Buffalo or Friskies cans. What’s inside is also different: it’s a conglomeration of shreds, mostly a dark brown (the tuna) but with about a quarter of them more familiar threads of what appears to be chicken breast. There’s a little “juice” that isn’t obvious until you dig out a spoonful or so, what the label calls chicken consommé. There are no vegetables, and there’s no stewlike consistency like the "chunks in gravy" style foods.
No grain appears in the ingredients list, which starts with chicken broth before getting to the tuna and chicken, in that order. I’m not a chemist, but all of the ingredients beyond the first five or so appear to be supplements with vitamins and minerals; substances such as pyroxidine hydroxide (vitamin B1) and zinc sulfate. There are no preservatives or artificial colors (with the possible exception of tricalcium phosphate).
Now, if I could just find it half price all the time…
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