The Benefits of Beneful

In recent years the varieties of dog food on the market have increased by leaps and bounds. With so many options for feeding you pet it can be quite a daunting task to determine which food is best for your best friend. The people at Purina hope to make that choice an easy one by providing delicious and nutritious Beneful Incredibites.

Beneful Incredibites is a wonderful dry dog food made by Purina, a trusted name in the pet food industry. Both the beef and chicken varieties list real meat as the number one ingredient with a minimum crude protein of 27%. Beneful Incredibites contains no artificial preservatives, and provides many vitamins and minerals including, vitamin E, vitamin A, vitamin D3, Vitamins B6 and B12, folic acid, zinc and calcium, to name just a few.

Many people, mistakenly believe that dogs are carnivores. However, dogs, like humans are omnivorous, meaning they need a balanced diet containing both animal and plant materials. For this reason Purina’s Beneful wet dog food contains ground corn, whole wheat flour, dried carrots, dried sweet potatoes, and dried spinach. Purina has extensive quality control which exceeds current government standards to ensure the quality and safety of the pet foods they produce.

Beneful Incredibites is designed with the needs of small breeds of dog in mind. With such a long list of wholesome ingredients this nutritionally complete dog food is bound to keep your dog healthy and energetic for many years to come. For more information on Beneful products and feeding guidelines visit Beneful on the web.

Focus on Boraie Development Projects and Role Played by Elijah’s Promise

Boraie Development is a creative real estate company based in New Jersey. It offers diverse services that cater for different aspects of the property marketplace. Boraie Development has carved out a niche of ensuring that all its projects are delivered in good time by partnering with high-flying financial institutions, contractors and futurist architects. In an article on NY Times, the Sam Boriae-owned real estate company has played a key role in bringing a fresh breath of life in the New Brunswick area by undertaking a lot of urban development projects.

Projects Implemented by Boraie Development

According to PR Newswire, Sam Boraie, through his Boraie Development LLC real estate company has played a decisive role in rejuvenating the property market of New Brunswick for more than two decades. He is a futurist real estate executive. His excellent leadership qualities has seen the firm’s business development division become vivacious and completed a number of important acquisitions. Boraie Development is fully committed to the successful completion of each and every project it undertakes by employing its vision, reliability and capital wholly.

Boraie Development has managed to complete a number of real estate developments in New Brunswick that include; The Aspire, a project comprising of 238 residential units in New Brunswick. It has also developed the Albany Street Plaza in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Albany Street Plaza consists of two towers (Tower 1 and Tower 2) that were completed in 1988 and 2004 respectively. Boraie Development also developed the 390 George Street commercial building in New Brunswick. The firm has also developed other real estate projects in various other areas of New Jersey.

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Sam Boriae’s Involvement with Elijah’s Promise, a Nonprofit

Aside from his corporate involvement, Sam Boriae is an accomplished humanitarian. He is involved with Elijah’s Promise, a non-profit organization. He is a member of its advisory board. Elijah’s Promise not only provides the hungry people with food to eat but also uses it as an instrument to bring about change. The non-profit aims at ending hunger through the promotion of excellent food for everyone as well as offering job training and education in the food industry. It also comes up with communal project food industries for a better world. Elijah’s Promise started off as a volunteer-kitchen offering decent meals to the hungry people present in New Brunswick, NJ.

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