We chose 10Kg bags as three fit within a 30Kg parcel. With Akela you don't have to feed as much as most other brands due to the high meat content so smaller bags will usually suffice. Most customers used to ordering 15Kg bags usually switched to ordering 20Kg as Akela is often cheaper even in larger quantity. Smaller bags are also better for your back when lifting.
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