Infinia, a food company based in the Czech Republic, has announced that it has begun manufacturing its own versions of the dog food that was once a staple of the Czechoslovakian government.
The company is already selling a limited edition version of Infinia Dog Food that has a 60-percent content of the original dog food formula.
The new version has also been developed with ingredients sourced from Czechoslovakia, and its packaging has been made of recycled materials.
Infinia’s first version of the Dog Food, which it will launch in the United States on November 1, is a blend of three different recipes: one made with Infinia dog pellets and the other with a mixture of organic beef and pork, and a mix of chicken and beef.
This combination has a 70 percent content of protein, the company says.
The Dog Food will be available at participating pet food retailers in the U.S. and Canada, and Infinia plans to roll out the product in European markets in 2019.