Why do we use YORA for dogs as our main meal source?
YORA is the world’s most sustainable pet food and treats. Perfect for all dogs, especially those with sensitive digestion or intolerances to traditional meats.
Nourish your pets with the original and best insect based pet food! With up to double the insect content of most other insect based pet foods.
THE YORA JOURNEY STARTS WITH THE MOST SUSTAINABLE SOURCE OF
ANIMAL PROTEIN ON THE PLANET
YORA superfood insects (hermetia illucens larvae) are higher in anti-oxidants and healthy fats than the finest free-range chicken, with a lower environmental impact than soya protein.
No fertiliser, no pesticides, no water pollution, no deforestation, no antibiotics.
FEEDING YORA SAVES AROUND 9.5 TONNES CO2
YORA GRUBS FIGHT FOOD WASTE
YORA grubs eat clean leftover fruit pulp and potato peelings from fruit juice and french fry factories - which they transform into healthy fats, amino acids and vitamins to store away in their little bodies.
When we've collected the grubs, the leftover organic waste has been turned into high quality fertilizer to grow more vegetables!
100% RECYCLABLE PACKAGING
Simply recycle them with your carrier bags and they can go on to serve another purpose!
Designed with sustainability in mind, using only FSC certified cardboard, Tetra Pak is widely recycled.
Our Paper treat packaging can either go in your compost bin or be recycled as paper.
Appeal for the dogs
"Goal" actually shows the amount that the charity have spent on food this year (2023) so far and how much you have raised towards it, Thankyou. We will update these figures regularly so you can see how much you have helped, check back each month to see for yourself
See our thermometer below
to the dogs
You can now donate a meal, or as many meals as you like to the dogs.
Simply follow the link below to Lunas Lounge and select the amount of meals you would like to donate.
As soon as the number of meals are equal to a full bag, YORA will send out the food direct to us, its that simple.
See the chart below that shows how much we have spent on food so far this year and how much you have helped with.