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Dry Food and treats are manufactured at MidAmerica Pet Food. Canned Foods are manufactured at Simmons Pet Foods. Raw Frozen Foods are manufactured in Lincoln, NE at a human processing plant called Del Gould. They are an inspected USDA plant which mainly makes customer steaks for many restaurants and stores in the greater Lincoln and Omaha area.
Nature’s Logic Pet Foods are made from whole foods containing all the necessary vitamins and minerals required for dogs and cats; no added vitamins and minerals are needed. Meat meal ingredients (example chicken meal) contain muscle meat only; fish meals are preserved with natural tocopherols and rosemary. Dry food cooked at 220F to 250F for a few seconds; canned cooked from raw state for about 45 minutes at 275F. Nature’s Logic is GMO free. This pet food company has provided full transparency to pet owners by providing their Pledge to Quality and Origin. For more information visit www.natureslogic.com
Nature’s Logic Canine Beef Dinner Dog Food Dry
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Ingredients: Beef Meal, Millet, Beef Fat, Pumpkin Seed, Yeast Culture, Sardine Meal, Spray Dried Beef Liver, Suncured Alfalfa Meal, Montmorillonite Clay, Dried Kelp, Cheese Powder, Spray Dried Porcine Plasma, Dried Tomato, Almonds, Dried Chicory Root, Dried Carrot, Dried Apple, Sardine Meal, Egg Shell Meal, Dried Pumpkin, Dried Apricot, Dried Blueberry, Dried Spinach, Dried Broccoli, Dried Cranberry, Parsley, Dried Artichoke, Rosemary, Mixed Tocopherols, Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Casei Fermentation Product, Dried Bifidobacterium Bifidium Fermentation Product, Dried Enterococcus Faecium Fermentation Product, Dried Bacillus Coagulans Fermentation Product, Dried Pineapple Extract, Dried Aspergillus Niger Fermentation Extract, Dried Aspergillus Oryzae Fermentation Extract, Dried Trichoderma Longibrachtium Fermentation Extract.
Crude Protein: 36% minimum Crude Fat: 18% minimum
Crude Fiber: NA% Moisture: NA%
Calories: 345 kcal/per cup Probiotics: 100 million CFU/lb
Ingredient Quality: The Nature’s Logic Pet Food Representative stated the ingredients are human grade/quality.
Country of Origin: Company stated ingredients are US only excluding venison from New Zealand, duck from Canada, Sardine Oil from Norway, rabbit from Italy and France, Rosemary from Morocco, Millet from Canada.
Risk Ingredients: None.
Manufactured by: Dry Food and treats are manufactured at MidAmerica Pet Food. Canned Foods are manufactured at Simmons Pet Foods. Raw Frozen Foods are manufactured in Lincoln, NE at a human processing plant called Del Gould. They are an inspected USDA plant which mainly makes customer steaks for many restaurants and stores in the greater Lincoln and Omaha area.
Shelf life: Manufacturer states shelf life is 18 months; this would mean the ‘Best by’ date on the packaging is 18 months past the date the food was made (method for the consumer to determine how fresh or old the food is).
- This pet food contains several animal protein sources – beef, sardine, liver.
- This food contains friendly bacteria (benefits the intestinal system and in turn the immune system of the pet); included in Guaranteed Analysis (company guarantees viable bacteria).
- Contains Alfalfa & Kelp – health promoting ingredients.
To explain the rating – only the first five ingredients – the majority of the food – are rated and listed in bold type. Grey Font ingredients imply ingredients providing pets little to no nutrition, and Red Font ingredients are Red Flag ingredients that are potentially dangerous to pets. Quality ingredients are listed in bold black font. Five quality ingredients gives the pet food a five Paw Print rating. Four quality ingredients gives the pet food a four Paw Print rating, and so forth. Four Paw Prints is the highest rating possible for a canned pet food. Do not rely on the paw print rating alone; read the Plus/Minus information and manufacturer information at the top of each page.
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