How much would you spend on food for your pet?
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After a successful trial run conducted in Norfolk and Suffolk, one of Britain's biggest grocery chains is rolling out a range of fresh pet food in stores across the UK.
Tesco has become the first UK supermarket to start selling chilled meals for cats and dogs as the clean eating trend takes hold of the pet world.
Made by US company Freshpet, the fresh food ranges in price, with the cheapest costing £4 and rising to £13.50 for a full doggy dinner featuring, chicken, vegetables and brown rice.
Other delicacies available include roast beef as well as chicken, spinach and potato.
According to Freshpet, their food is 'just like a home cooked meal made in your kitchen' and will help to 'improve' the quality of your pet's life.
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All of the meals must be stored in the fridge and should be used within seven days of opening.
Various places across the county have also jumped on the fresh pet food bandwagon, offering pampered pooches the chance to eat as well as their owners.
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The Orange Tree in Thornham have even created a menu especially for canines, offering treats such as doggie sausage rolls and pig ears and gravy.
Freshpet meals are currently being stocked at 300 Tesco stores, including Hardwick Road Tesco in King's Lynn and the Tesco Extra on Blue Boar Lane, Sprowston.
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