Thanks for this Seaweed, as it's helpful to know of an all organic wet meat range for dogs that is available here ....though I must admit, on looking at the ingredients of Organic Turkey, a need to look up what rutabagas are!
And for anyone who is wondering.... the Spruce provided an in depth answer: The turnip and the rutabaga are both members of the cabbage family, Brassica, but the rutabaga is thought to be an ancient cross between a turnip and a cabbage, a hybrid. Turnips are usually white or white and purple while rutabagas are yellowish, but there are yellow turnips and white rutabagas.Rutabagas are slightly sweeter tasting than turnips. The most obvious visible difference between them is that turnips for food are harvested when small and tender. They get woody when they get bigger. Rutabagas stay tender at larger sizes, so they are often harvested at a larger size. So, the big yellow ones are rutabagas, and the smaller white and purple ones are turnips. Choose either one by whether they are firm and feel a bit heavy for their size. The scientific name for the rutabaga is Brassica napobrassica. They are also called "Swedes" or Swedish turnips, yellow turnips, and "neeps".