Orijen Cat (foods database)

Full name: Orijen Whole Prey Cat & Kitten
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This food is meant to meet the nutritional needs of: cats,kittens
Variety: dry (10.0% moisture)

Nutrient% (as fed)
Protein:
Fat:
Fiber:
Moisture:
42.0% (min)
20.0% (min)
3% (max)
10.0% (max)

This food is grain free
Meat content claim: 80% premium animal ingredients. 20% fruits, vegetables, & botanicals (and 0% grain).

Ingredients: boneless chickenchicken mealchicken liverwhole herringboneless turkeyturkey mealturkey liverwhole eggsboneless walleyewhole salmonchicken heartchicken cartilageherring mealsalmon mealchicken liver oilchicken fatred lentilsgreen peasgreen lentilssun-cured alfalfayamspea fibrechickpeaspumpkinbutternut squashspinach greenscarrotsRed Delicious applesBartlett pearscranberriesblueberrieskelplicorice rootangelica rootfenugreekmarigold flowerssweet fennelpeppermint leafchamomiledandelionsummer savoryrosemaryEnterococcus faecium

Additional Information

This "whole prey" formula seems to be replacing the original Orijen formula (as of roughly Feb/March, 2013). For those making comparisons, the protein and fat levels have not changed, and the food's score on the Ferret Food Chart has not changed either.

The old ingredients were:
Fresh boneless chicken, chicken meal, fresh boneless salmon, turkey meal, fresh chicken liver, herring meal, russet potato, chicken fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), sweet potato, peas, fresh boneless walleye, fresh whole eggs, fresh boneless turkey, fresh boneless lake whitefish, sun-cured alfalfa, pea fiber, fresh boneless herring, organic kelp, pumpkin, chicory root, carrots, spinach, turnip greens, apples, cranberries, blueberries, licorice root, angelica root, fenugreek, marigold flowers, sweet fennel, peppermint leaf, chamomile, dandelion, summer savory, rosemary, vitamin A, vitamin D3, vitamin E, niacin, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, d-calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine, folic acid, biotin, vitamin B12, zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, manganese proteinate, copper proteinate, selenium yeast, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Enterococcus faecium




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---This entry was last updated on March 15, 2013 by fuzzfuzz. [change log]
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