In the year 2021 most South Africans started to wonder if Oishi Oozies are dog food or not. This happened after Oozies has trended on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter that they are dog food. But are Oozies really dog food or not? Let’s find out, but before we proceed lets look at few things about Oozies. [ ¹]
What are Oishi Oozies?
In case you want to know more about Oishi Oozies, we find it fit to discuss and unveil what Oozies are in concept and reality. Oozies are snacks which are produced by Liwayway food South Africa, a Chinese company based in Centurion South Africa. It was opened in April 2020 according to a twitter publication by Advocate Barry Roux. [ ²]
The snacks are produced and packaged under a collective name of Oishi with different flavours such as strawberry, Pink, pods vegetables pea snacks, shripon, pillows, panchos nacho cheese flavour just to name a few. They produce other products such as coffees, juice drinks such as Frooze apple juice and Smart C+ Lemon juice.
What are the ingredients for oozies?
Its obvious if you really want to know either Oozies are made for humans or dogs you must familiarise yourself with its ingredients. Oozies are made up of wheat flour, vegetable oil, rice flour, fat-reduced cocoa powder, caseinate (cow’s milk), creamer and sugar to name few. They are also made of salt, colourants and chocolate flavours which complete them.
Let’s compare Oozies’ ingredients with ingredients for dog food. Dog food basically is made up of meat which strengthens its muscles as it ages.
Other important ingredients are organ meat, electrolytes like sodium, chloride, and potassium, fiber, health fats and essential fat acids. Another thing in dog food is superfoods for dogs which include chia seeds, blueberries, pumpkin, kale, and quinoa.
So, are Oozies made for humans or they’re dog food?
The conclusion will obviously be they’re made for humans not for dogs. The speculations and rumours that spread throughout social media platforms about Oozies being made for dogs are pure fallacy. By looking at the ingredients of dog food and the ones for Oozies, you can see for yourself the difference that exists between the two.
Oozies are not made for dogs but for humans its only they look like dog food. They consist mainly of wheat flour, risce flour, colourants, cocoa powder, chocolate flavours and vegetable oils. But dog food must have meat and electrolytes like nutrients so there is a huge difference.
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