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Pet Food Ingredients

Pile of oats
Pile of oats

Barley is a versatile grain with a rich, nut-like flavor. It is light in color, and it has an appealing chewy consistency.

Processing Types: raw, cleaned, milled, etc.

Corn is a rich source beta carotene, antioxidants, and fatty acids for healthy coat and skin.

Contains omega fatty acids that improve skin and coat health. 

Milo is a starchy cereal grain that is gluten-free and considered a quality non-meat ingredient in pet food formulas. The high mineral content and lower glycemic index makes gives this grain a higher nutritional value than most traditional grains.

Processing Types: raw, cleaned, milled, etc. 

Millet is a grain high in iron, B vitamins and phosphorus making this an excellent ingredient for bone health and maintain energy levels. This ingredient is a healthy source of carbohydrates and can be baked into treats or added to pet food formulas.

Processing Types: raw, cleaned, milled, etc. 

Oats have a long history of being a nutritious ingredient in pet food formulas. Oats are high in soluble fiber, iron, manganese, zinc and B vitamins. Oats are low in gluten and have anti-inflammatory properties.

Processing Types: raw, cleaned, milled, etc.

A bowl of rye
A bowl of rye

Known as a natural laxative that helps to treat constipation, irritable bowel syndrome and other common digestive issues.

Quinoa is hailed as a ‘superfood’ around the world. It is a unique harvested ancient grain that contains all nine essential amino acids, making it one of the few plant sources of complete nutrition. Quinoa is a great addition to pet food formulas to provide more texture and healthy substance.

Processing Types: raw, cleaned, milled, etc.

An easily digested carbohydrate that soothes an upset stomach.

Used as an alternative carbohydrate source in pet food formulas.

Provides a source of protein and fatty acids.

Pile of green lentils
Pile of green lentils

Peas are a protein-packed and nutritious addition to a pet’s diet. They are a rich source of lysine, potassium and other essential vitamins and minerals. As if the nutritional benefits were not enough, they offer a tasteful and unique palatable experience for our pets.

Processing Types raw, cleaned, milled, etc.

The health benefits of chickpeas are wide and varied. These nutty-tasting legumes are high in protein and get many of their health-giving qualities from the high levels or fiber, zinc, copper and iron they contain. Chickpeas are an excellent source of fiber, folate and magnesium that help to maintain balanced dietary formulas.

Processing Types: raw, cleaned, milled, etc.

Lentils are a renowned source of nutrition worldwide. They are a good source of potassium, calcium, zinc, but particularly rich in dietary fiber, lean protein, folate and iron making it an ideal ingredient in pet food formulas.

Processing Types: raw, cleaned, milled, etc.

A pile of sweet potatoes

Sweet Potatoes are nutrient-dense sweet root vegetables that are more than a tasty addition to your pet food formula. They are a high-quality alternative starch ingredient with vitamins, minerals, and complex carbohydrates. Sweet potatoes have an excellent nutritional profile versus other starches and are ideal for all-natural, limited ingredient pet food diets.

Processing Types: raw, cleaned, milled, etc. – dices, ground, pellets, flakes

Potatoes are more than a complementary addition to almost any pet food formula, they are also good for your pet’s overall health. They help stabilize blood sugar, low in sodium, and full of potassium, an electrolyte which aids in the workings of our pet's heart, muscles, and nervous system.

Processing Types: raw, cleaned, milled, etc. - whole, flake, dices, meal, starch

Tapioca is a highly digestible carbohydrate, an excellent source of energy. Tapioca contains no sugar or protein which makes it beneficial for allergy and food intolerance pet food formulas. Tapioca starch helps with shape, texture and density of pet food formulas.

Processing Types: raw, cleaned, milled, etc.

Edible beans are a great natural-plant based protein for dog food formulas. They are a healthy source of essential nutrients like vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, iron, and magnesium. Edible beans are naturally low-fat and are low-glycemic, allowing pets to stay filler longer due to slowed digestion.

Processing Types: raw, cleaned, milled, etc.

Blueberries are one of the top superfoods in pet food formulas and rich in calcium, magnesium, potassium, and vitamins. Blueberries are also high in fiber and have been known to help to boost immunity and retinal health.

Processing Types: raw, cleaned, milled, etc.

Cranberries are antioxidant-rich fruit that can help boost pet’s immune health and decrease inflammation. They are also high in vitamin C, fiber, and potassium making them a wholesome ingredient in both pet food formulas and pet treats.

Provides vitamin A, vitamin C and dietary fiber in pet food formulas.

Carrots are ideal for grain-free and natural ingredient pet food diets. Carrots are more than a tasty addition to a pet food formula, they are also good for your pet’s overall health such as a rich source of beta-carotene, a good source of fiber to help aid digestion, and essential vitamins and minerals to help improve your pet’s skin and coat.

A pumpkin in a field
A pumpkin in a field

A superfood for dogs, pumpkin contains soluble fiber that helps to ease digestion.

Good source of potassium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, fiber, magnesium and manganese.

Helps to boost  the immune system, aid digestion and support overall health.

Rich in fatty acids and healthy saturated fats, coconut promotes healthy skin and good breath.

Used to enhance color of pet food formulas.

A great source of vitamin B9 which aids healthy cell development and tissue growth.

A bowl of yeast
A bowl of yeast

Protein source rich in amino acids and B vitamins that helps to build and maintain muscles, bones, blood, coat and nail health.

Adds a delicious flavor and good source of calcium and minerals.

Group of quail standing in a field
Group of quail standing in a field

Delicious addition to pet food formulas that provide potassium and magnesium.

Excellent source of protein that contains omega-6 fatty acids, vitamin B6 and zinc.

Duck is rich in iron and provides pets with a lean, easy to digest protein. Duck also supports strong muscles with its high level of amino acids.

Contains plenty of protein, folate, iron and vitamin A.

Rabbit is a lean protein that is lower in cholesterol than most other protein sources. The healthy fats in rabbit help to keep pet’s coats shiny. It is also high in vitamin B12 that helps the nervous system function.

Quail is an excellent source of vitamin E, which supports healthy skin, calcium and phosphorus, which helps with bone strength. It is a novel protein and a great option for pets allergic to common meat sources such as beef and chicken.

Guinea Fowl has a rich flavor and a natural source of essential vitamins. It is a lean, low-calorie protein source for pet food formulas.

Fish swimming through water
Fish swimming through water

Goose is a nutrient dense protein that is high in iron and vitamin B6, but it is also higher in fat and cholesterol compared to other sources of protein.

Lamb is high-quality protein with essential amino acids that provide vital nutrients in pet food formulas. It contains a high concentration of key minerals like calcium.

Venison has a high content level of B vitamins, zinc and iron that supports pets’ immune system and organ function. Venison can be a great protein alternative for allergy or sensitivity pet food formulas.

Excellent source of protein and essential amino acids to help support strong muscles.

Great source of omega-3 to help support healthy skin and coats.

Lean source of protein that is easy to digest and low in fat.

Amino Acids

A key ingredient in helping to modify the pH level of pets’ urine to help ward off bladder issues.

An amino acid that supports healthy muscle growth and repairs in dogs. It can also aid in digestion and absorption of nutrients.

Helps to promote appetite and improve the palatability causes by flavor variations in pet food formulas.

Helps to produce antibodies, hormones, and enzymes that boosts a pets’ immune system.

Essential amino acid that is a necessary building block for many of the proteins in a pet’s body.

Aids in cardiac function, eye health, immune system function, and in multiple other systems.


Adds a delicious flavor and good source of calcium and minerals.


Helps give pet food a moist, chewy texture while preventing it from drying out or getting moldy.

A natural emulsifier derived from canola oil, which is beneficial for brain, nerve and liver function.

Helps to maintain moisture content.

An antioxidant that improves vitamin absorption and improves immune function.

A natural emulsifier that helps to blend ingredients together in pet food.

  • Calcium Carbonate
  • Dicalcium Phosphate
  • Potassium Chloride
  • Mineral
  • Natural Salt
  • Salt
  • Sea Salt
  • Sodium Bentonite
  • Sodium Bisulfate
  • Sodium Tripolyphosphate (STPP)
  • Titanium Dioxide
  • Zinc
  • Pecan Shell Fiber
  • Peanut Flour
  • Roasted Peanut Stock
  • Coconut
  • Flax
  • Sunflower
  • Canola
  • Olive
  • Canola Meal
  • Pea
  • Potato
  • Pumpkin
  • Rice
  • Sunflower Meal
  • Blueberry
  • Cellulose
  • Cranberry
  • Inulin
  • Pea
  • Pecan
  • Psyllium
  • Pumpkin
  • Tomato
  • Sodium Tripolyphosphate (STPP)
  • Ginger
  • Paprika
  • Brewers Yeast
  • Dried Yeast
  • Natural Chicken