Our customers want sustainably sourced pet food that is healthy for their pets as well as the planet.

All The Best partners with pet food makers who follow ethical and transparent business practices while producing the highest quality foods.

In response to news about inhumane conditions for fishermen in Thailand, we have obtained statements from all of our partner brands that manufacture in Thailand confirming that they do not source from unlicensed boats or allow their factories to source anything unlicensed on their behalf. WeruvaTiki, Wellness and Fussie Cat have all addressed this issue publicly and have assured us that all of their  manufacturers are members of the Thai Tuna Industry Association. They promote and support Thai and international ethical standards. TTIA has also established Good Labor Practices for the tuna processing industry with Codes of Conduct regarding Child Labor, Forced and Compulsory Labor, Health and Safety, Disciplinary Practices, Welfare and Benefits, and Discrimination. In addition they have third party organizations auditing their factories to ensure compliance.

The pet food manufacturers listed below also produce sustainably sourced pet food and monitor their supply chains so that they do not use ingredients obtained illegally or using forced labor:

Acana and Orijen

Both brands are a part of the Champion Pet Foods family and are produced and sourced both in Canada and in their new state-of-the-art Dogstar kitchens in Auburn, Kentucky. Human-grade meats include wild-caught fish, free-run chicken and turkey, and free-range bison and boar from producers Champion knows and trusts.

Bravo Pet Foods 

Made only in Bravo’s own plant in the U.S., all ingredients are GMO-free, and most are sourced in the USA, with some ingredients from France and New Zealand.

COCOLICIOUS™ by Party Animal™

Party Animal™ is a family owned company, and they produce all of their products within the United States. Their company sources the highest quality ingredients, including hormone- and antibiotic-free meat, poultry and fish. In order to ensure that consumers receive fresh manufactured pet food, they produce pet food in small batches to maintain optimum freshness.

FirstMate

Dog and cat food manufactured in FirstMate’s own factory in British Columbia, using locally-sourced ingredients including free-run chicken and turkey, and wild-caught salmon and tuna.

Fromm

All lines and formulas of Fromm pet foods are made and sourced exclusively in the USA at USDA-inspected plants.

Fussie Cat

Made in FDA approved kitchens in Thailand that also produce food for people. Fussie Cat’s premium chicken and tuna meet international quality control standards for food safety with top down inspections.

Grandma Lucy’s

Grandma Lucy’s is a family owned and operated company with their own manufacturing facility in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA.  Grandma Lucy’s has worked with trusted suppliers over the last 16 years to bring non-GMO, hormone and antibiotic free ingredients to your pet’s bowl.  All ingredients are human grade, USDA inspected and approved, with 87% sourced domestically and 0% from China. 

K9 Naturals

K9 Naturals’ ingredients are sourced in New Zealand, from the human food industry. They use free range, grass fed and grass finished proteins, free from antibiotics and hormones.  All their products are GMO free. 

Koha

Koha Pet Food is made in New Zealand, and all protein sources are either grass feed, free range or wild caught, as well as antibiotic and hormone free. All of the formulas are free of grain, gluten, potato, carrageenan gum and GMOs, but do include fresh pumpkin and New Zealand Green Lipped Mussels.

Nature’s Variety

All of Nature’s Variety’s cage-free poultry and pork, and free-range bison and beef come from the U.S. Their free-range lamb and venison are imported from Australia and New Zealand, and their rabbit protein is from Italy and France.  Whenever possible, the rest of Nature’s Variety’s food ingredients come from the U.S.  All U.S. sourced materials come from USDA inspected facilities that must be in compliance with their animal welfare requirements as well as their slaughter and processing requirements.  All materials sourced from other countries must conform to U.S. requirements. Their cage-free poultry is raised in large, long barns with open access.  They are free to roam about while still being protected from the elements.  Their beef, lamb, and venison are raised outside on large pastures. 

Open Farm

Open Farm is the first ethically raised and sourced pet food. Their recipes are prepared with 100% Certified Humane™ meats, ocean caught fish sourced in accordance with Seafood Watch™ standards and non-GMO vegetables. Their entire farm-to-bowl supply chain is audited and certified by third party organizations specializing in humane animal care and sustainable farming practices. They have also partnered with TerraCycle to create the very first North American pet food bag-recycling program.

Petcurean

At Petcurean, as pet owners themselves, they make every decision with the best interest of dogs and cats in mind. Their recipes are created using only premium-quality meat proteins, grains, cereals, fruits and veggies. These are sourced from a trusted network of farmers, ranchers and producers who must meet or exceed their very stringent health, safety and quality criteria. None of their ingredients are sourced from China. They don’t and won’t ever use by-product meals or unnamed meat meals.

Primal

Primal uses vegetarian-fed protein sourced from the USA and New Zealand from farms and ranches that practice natural, sustainable agriculture. Meats are certified cage-free or grass fed, free-range. Larger animals are grain and hay finished. All fish is wild caught. Manufactured in a human food facility, Primal foods contain no added hormones, steroids or antibiotics, no preservatives, no artificial ingredients, and no synthetic vitamins or minerals, and are grain and gluten free. All ingredients are minimally processed and 100% human grade, with certified organic produce

PureVita

PureVita foods are made in the USA in their own facility, which is certified to the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety. All goods are purchased only from approved suppliers who have agreed to provide ingredients that meet predetermined specifications. Quality ingredients including free-range chicken are from the US, with the exception of the lamb meal which comes from New Zealand, and the vitamins and minerals. The supplements they use are sourced by an American-based company with a plant based in Asia that provides certification that they are pure and unadulterated

Rad Cat

Rad Cat’s foods are made from animals that have been humanely-raised and that are fed foods that are as natural as possible. The free-range turkey and chicken are from the US,  lamb is pasture-raised in Oregon, beef is grass-fed and from Oregon, and venison is pasture-raised in New Zealand.

Small Batch

Small Batch strives to only use meats that are free-range, pasture raised and free of hormones and antibiotics. It’s produced in California & Oregon and sourced using products from farms in Washington, Oregon and California.

Sojo’s

All Sojos foods are made in the USA without genetically engineered ingredients, fillers, preservatives, or anything artificial, and absolutely nothing from China. Just a short, sweet list of entirely natural, human-grade meat, veggies and fruits—all blended with meticulous care under Sojos’ own roof.

Stella & Chewy’s 

The premium meats that make up these raw and freeze dried formulas come from North and South America, Australia and New Zealand, and are manufactured in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Steve’s Real Food 

Steve’s Real Food knows that where the raw ingredients come from is just as important as the ingredient itself. Not only does it affect nutritional impact, but also our carbon footprint. Their free range/grass fed meat and poultry are locally sourced from farms in the Northwest. The fresh produce comes from Norpac, a farmer-owned cooperative that represents over 200 farmers in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Their suppliers, including packagers, must have US facilities and take action toward lowering manufacturing’s carbon footprint. 

The Honest Kitchen

The Honest Kitchen sources only 100% human grade ingredients for their dehydrated whole pet foods. They use free range chicken from Petaluma Poultry in California, as well as Marine-Stewardship Council certified wild caught fish, cage free turkey and duck, and ranch raised beef. They use only non-GMO produce, and a number of certified organic ingredients, including organic fair trade quinoa, organic kelp, organic oats, organic barley and organic coconut. They’ve been working with many of the same trusted suppliers since they began in 2002, and require each supplier to follow their strict Vendor Code of Conduct, as well as provide them with a pledge each year to verify that what they’re buying is human edible, not adulterated, not from China, and produced under Good Manufacturing Practices.

Tiki Cat and Tiki Dog

Tiki Dog and Tiki Cat foods are made with GMO free, sustainably sourced fish and poultry proteins, and are grain free and gluten free. Each can is hand-packed in a human-grade certified facility. 

Tucker’s Raw Food & Bones 

This raw diet is made and produced using ingredients only from USDA Certified facilities in Canada and the USA.

Tuscan Natural

All Ingredients are sourced in the USA except for the lamb meal from New Zealand, the vitamins & minerals from Germany, and the extra virgin olive oil from Spain. The human-grade meats are humanly raised, free run, free range or wild caught, and free of added hormones and antibiotics. Fruits and vegetables are sustainably farmed. All products are EU certified, GMO-free and free of artificial preservatives.

Vital Essentials

Vital Essentials is one of only three USDA Certified Pet Food facilities in the world. Vital Essentials verifies through their Custom Sourcing Program that their suppliers adhere to humane and ethical animal handling and harvesting practices. Beef is pasture-fed, farm-raised from Wisconsin. Fish and boar are wild-caught. Rabbits are usually from Amish family farms. 

Wellness

The parent company of Wellness, WellPet, requires that all their ingredient suppliers, whether domestic or international, meet certified nutrient levels and be manufactured in quality audited facilities. The majority of their products and raw materials are from North America, provided by trusted and valued partners that they’ve had relationships with for many years. The majority of Wellness pet foods and treats are made in the U.S., at WellPet’s own facility in Mishawaka, Indiana. To learn more about their manufacturing or raw materials, call their Consumer Affairs Team at (800) 225-0904, M-F 8:00 am – 5:00 pm ET.

Weruva 

While some of Weruva’s fish comes from Thailand, they are members of multiple quality assurance organizations that ensure respectable working conditions throughout the entire supply chain.

Wild Calling

Wild Calling uses the highest quality ingredients – including hormone- and antibiotic-free meat, poultry and fish. Every farmer, rancher, fisherman and producer supplying ingredients and products must meet or exceed their strict health, safety & quality assurance standards as well as be federally inspected and USDA/FDA approved. Wild Calling foods are tested five times during the production process, and they maintain a strict 48-hour test and hold policy on all products, meaning products will not ship from the manufacturing facility until cleared by an independent third party laboratory.

Zignature

Zignature’s potato-free, grain-free and chicken-free foods made in the USA. Their proteins are sourced in the USA, France, New Zealand and Australia.  The duck and turkey are farm raised, the fish is wild caught and the lamb and kangaroo are free range. 

ZiwiPeak 

Sourced from New Zealand farms adhering to year-round, free-pasture, grass-feeding. Approved farms don’t use antibiotics, growth promotants or hormones. ZiwiPeak uses only use 100% natural, real meat and organs, and is produced in their own New Zealand factory.

If you have questions about any of our pet foods or products, please contact us at info@allthebestpetcare.com.

Information is effective as of 7/1/16.