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Biscuit Bike Serves Organic Gourmet Dog Treats You’ll Want to Eat Yourself

by , 08/19/11
filed under: Eat & Drink,Shopping,Pets

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Apple pie is a classic summer favorite, but is it something you’d ever seek out to feed your pooch? Well, organic apples and local New York clover honey baked with a dash of cinnamon is just one of the delicious treats now available on Biscuit Bike’s gourmet doggie menu. That’s right, city pups can now eat as well as their owners enjoying all the culinary pleasures of New York. But what may come as an even bigger surprise is that the trend is on the rise – and this particular gourmet dog food outpost proves that there are plenty of cosmopolitan canines out there with discerning palettes.


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The Biscuit Bike from Bocce’s Bakery has been the stand out, trolling the city parks with its fun an innovative biscuit recipes. Their all-natural, certified organic treats include chicken cordon bleu biscuits complete with roasted all white meat chicken, beef bourginon with organic carrots and hormorne-free beef, and even fish and chips snacks with organic sweet potatoes and fresh whitefish. And not to forget doggie dessert, the bike also carries biscuits and cream with fresh bananas and all-natural peanut butter!

Every biscuit is freshly baked daily with no preservatives or chemicals, and are wheat-free for sensitive or allergic pooches. Founder Andrea Tovar prides each product on being “human grade”, even encouraging customers themselves to bite in.

Though other pet food vehicles have popped up this summer, the Biscuit Bike is the only one allowed inside Central Park, Washington Square Park and Riverside since it’s 3-wheel frame allows it to navigate not only streets, but also sidewalks pollution free!

+Biscuit Bike

via New York Post

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