Choosing the best croquettes to give to our dog is never easy. Each animal has different tastes and needs that must also be followed to avoid health problems. Thanks to a ranking published by PetAdvisor, we have selected the best 6 brands and types of dog food that are optimal from many points of view.

From Amazon Lifelong to Simpson
In first place are the Amazon Lifelong Grain Free. These are croquettes with a good quality / price ratio not at premium levels but certainly of good quality, compared to the feeds found in the supermarket. In addition to being grain-free and mono-protein, it is also hypoallergenic and has 27% protein versus 15% fat and 50% carbohydrates. Among the recommended flavors, the salmon and lamb one stands out. The price is interesting as there are packs of 5 kilos for 33.90 euros.
In second place are the Brit Care croquettes with lamb and rice. The strong point is given by the 40% of ingredients of animal and vegetable origin in addition to medicinal herbs that help the dog’s immune system. The carbohydrates present are represented by rice and satiate without weighing you down. Regarding the price, these croquettes are available at 54.90 euros for a 12-kilo package.
Also on the podium were the Simpson Premium Adult Sensitive Lamb croquettes. It is a grain-free and single-protein food also suitable for sensitive animals or those with skin or intestinal problems. 45% is lamb meat, it is also very palatable and is excellent value for money. The cost is 59.70 for a 12-pound package.

From Farmina N&D to Orijen
Also competing are Farmina N&D Low Grain croquettes with chicken and pomegranate.

These are low-grain kibbles, which have been replaced with millet, brown rice and oats. They are high in fiber and very palatable. Regarding the price, it goes around 53.90 euros for a 12-kilo package.
Then we find the Bravery lamb croquettes. It is a dog food with an excellent value for money, whose peculiarity is the use of tapioca and yeast. Also in this case, a 12-kilo package costs € 52.90.
Among the best brands there is also Orijen Original, definitely premium croquettes with 85% of ingredients of animal origin and totally grain free. An 11.4 kilo package costs 79.90 euros.
See also: Dog treats: the best brands and how to choose them

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Maraschino Perla Dry Luxardo: back in limited edition

To celebrate 200 years of history, Luxardo Spa offers a limited edition of its most prestigious product, the Maraschino Perla Dry: the info.
by Alessandra Di Bartolomeo, published on 06 March 2021 at 12:20
To celebrate 200 years of history, Luxardo Spa offers a limited edition of its most prestigious product, the Maraschino Perla Dry: the info.
To celebrate 200 years of history, Luxardo Spa proposes its most prestigious product in a limited edition. We are talking about Maraschino Perla Dry or a special liqueur reserve but in an aged version that is more alcoholic and less sweetened.

The Maraschino Perla Dry by Luxardo
The Maraschino Perla Dry was produced 100 years ago and since then it has always been marketed with a few bottles after many years. The last time was even in the 1970s, so this event is very important for lovers of this liqueur.
The liquor for the bicentenary will however be different than in the past: more alcoholic (40%) and less sweetened (for this dry) and will have the words “Bicentenary reserve” with bottles that are expected to be collectible. In all they will be numbered 4,999 but only 1,500 will be for the Italian market. They will have the frieze of the two hundred years imprinted while the glass will be of an antique blue-green color. In addition, the coating will be handmade, the label will be liberty and the capsule will be red. The liqueur, then, will be found in a box inspired by the noble society of the late nineteenth century.
The Maraschino base will be a distillate of morello cherries (which are the close relatives of bitter and sour cherries for the uninitiated) aged for over fifty years.

Luxardo: one of the oldest distilleries in the world
Luxardo Spa, for the uninitiated, is one of the oldest distilleries in the world. It was born in 1821 in Zadar thanks to Girolamo Luxardo and slowly expanded into the main markets to become one of the most important industrial realities of the Habsburg Empire.
With the annexation of Zara to the Kingdom of Italy (at the end of the First World War) it then underwent a huge expansion which ended however with the Second World War.

It was in fact completely destroyed. Three members of the family were then killed during Tito’s partisan war and the only survivor, Giorgio Luxardo together with his nephew Nicolò resumed business from scratch in Torreglia in 1947, thus becoming one of the most