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2016 Batch of Dia-Treaties - Drier by design

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Please note:  The latest Dia-Treaties batch (June 2016) is drier by design.  Nothing has changed except they were finally dried like they were supposed to be.  At this current state, they are supposed to be like little rubbery pucks.  Prior to this batch, they were packed too early with too much moisture.

We are working on eliminating all water in the product for increased shelf stability.  We will keep all the essential ingredients to maintain its effectiveness.

Thank you for your continued support.  We appreciate being an integral part of your dog's diabetic regimen.

Kameron

Vintek Nutrition, LLC

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