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.
If you are looking for dog and cat foods that are sustainable, organic, humanely-raised, free-range, cage-free, GMO-free, antibiotic-free, and conscientiously sourced, check out our brands below.
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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 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. Other than the grass-fed, pasture-raised New Zealand lamb and venison, all of Bravo’s ingredients are sourced from the U.S. The poultry is NAE (No Antibiotics Ever), fed a vegetarian diet, given open pasture access, and is certified humanely raised.
FirstMate and Kasiks
Dog and cat food manufactured in FirstMate’s own factory in British Columbia, using GMO-free locally sourced ingredients including free-run chicken and turkey, and wild, sustainably caught salmon and tuna. Animals used in FirstMate and Kasiks products are humanely raised, transported, and slaughtered as per Canadian regulation.
All formulas of Fromm pet foods are made exclusively in their own USDA-inspected facility in Wisconsin. Fromm products do not contain any artificial preservatives.
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 daily top-down inspections on ingredients daily, including pest control, food safety, heavy metals, pathogens, contamination, and pesticides.
All of Instinct’s poultry, pork, and fish come from the U.S. Their salmon meal is from the U.S., Canada, and Chile. Instinct’s beef is from the U.S. and New Zealand, the lamb is from the U.S., Australia, and New Zealand. Venison is sourced from Australia and New Zealand, and the rabbit is from France and Italy. All the animals used in Nature’s Variety diets are raised and slaughtered according to government regulations of humane care and handling. 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. Instinct’s cage-free poultry is raised in large barns with open access. The beef, lamb, and venison are raised outside on large pastures. Instinct frozen and freeze-dried raw foods are made in their own facility in Lincoln, Nebraska, and the dry and canned food is made in Kansas.
Environmental, financial, social, and ethical sustainability is at the heart of every Kiwi Kitchens product. All the meat, fish and produce in Kiwi Kitchens are 100% New Zealand sourced. Hormone growth promotants and GMOs are banned within the New Zealand chicken industry. Chicken are raised in a freely roaming barn. Red meats are free-range and grass-fed. Antibiotics are only administered if required for humane treatment. Salmon is from the freshwater glacial waters of New Zealand’s Southern Alps and wild-caught fish comes from sustainable fisheries off their coast.
All Koha Pet Food formulas include New Zealand green-lipped mussels and are free of grain, gluten, potato, and carrageenan gum. The kangaroo, lamb, and venison products are free-range. Koha tuna is wild-caught. All other animal meats are farm-raised.
Natural & Delicious by Farmina
N&D dog and cat foods are made from ingredients that are 100% GMO-free. Italian free-range chicken and eggs, New Zealand lamb, wild boar from Tuscany and Umbria, wild-caught cod, and herring. Feeding trials are conducted on pets who remain with their families throughout the trial period
Natural Pet Pantry
Natural Pet Pantry products are made with farm-fresh ingredients that are delivered weekly to their own production kitchen in Seattle, WA. All meats and organs are USDA inspected, human grade and whole, and all vegetables are USDA Certified Organic. The farms they buy from do not use antibiotics or growth hormones. Beef, buffalo, and venison are grass-fed and pasture-raised and poultry is free-range.
Northwest Naturals is a family-owned and operated business based in Portland, Oregon. All of their natural products are made in Oregon at their USDA/FDA Certified facilities and are also EU (European Union) approved. The ingredients they use are UDSA inspected and are human-grade. In addition to making pet food, they have been making food for humans since 1956. Their facilities are verified by the BRC third-party audits with the highest standards. All of their meat is raised without antibiotics or added hormones. Their beef and bison are free-range, grass-fed, fish are wild-caught and chickens are cage-free. All of Northwest Naturals’ meats are from the USA, except for lamb and mussels from New Zealand and rabbit from France.
Nulo’s meat, poultry, and fish are sourced from North America, with the exception of some of their duck (France), lamb (Australia & New Zealand), and wild-caught fish (varies based on the species’ migratory path). Nulo only sources meats and poultry from reputable suppliers who raise the animals humanely and fisheries that harvest responsibly. Their trout is farm-raised in freshwater raceways and ponds, which is considered a “Best Choice” by the Monterey Bay Seafood Watch program. Nulo’s fruits, vegetables, organic and ancient grains, probiotics, vitamins, and minerals are sourced in North America, as well as from regions around the world. Nulo requires Certificates of Origin for all ingredients and also requires that all ingredients meet their strict quality specifications. Some of Nulo’s wet foods are manufactured in Thailand at a state-of-the-art facility that also processes tuna for human consumption and follows the highest levels of internationally recognized standards for food safety and processing. These foods meet the same strict standards for product safety and quality, including nutrient, microbiological, and packaging integrity analysis. The ingredients in these recipes are sourced locally from Thailand, with the exception of beef (Australia and New Zealand) and wild-caught fish (regions include the Gulf of Thailand, Western Pacific, and Indian oceans).
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.
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 certified-organic produce from farms in Washington, Oregon, and California.
All Sojos foods are made in their own facility in Minnesota without genetically engineered ingredients, fillers, preservatives, or anything artificial, and nothing from China. Just all-natural, human-grade meat, veggies, and fruits.
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. Fruits and veggies are 100% organic, and responsibly sourced proteins are grass-fed, cage-free, or wild-caught.
Steve’s Real Food
Steve’s Real Food is made in Oregon using USDA guidelines. 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.
Taste of the Wild
Made in the U.S.A. from ingredients from a select few trusted suppliers. Proteins are sustainably and humanely raised, including pasture-raised venison, bison and beef, sustainably sourced salmon, spring-fed trout, and cage-free turkey and duck.
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
Tucker’s raw diet is made and produced using ingredients only from USDA Certified facilities in Canada and the USA and is made in Wisconsin in a USDA Human Edible Facility.
Tucker’s meat suppliers must follow the Federal Animal Wellness Act to ensure the humane treatment of the animals and must provide a third-party audit regarding animal wellness.
Wellness 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 their own facility in Mishawaka, Indiana.
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 Coast Raw
Made in the Pacific Northwest from pasture-raised beef, free-range chicken, ranch-raised turkey, and farm-raised duck. All meats are antibiotic and hormone-free, human-grade, and USDA inspected. All produce is 100% organically grown.
Wisdom Dog Food
Wisdom food is produced at Earth Animal’s owned-and-operated sustainable facility which has an Environmental Management System (EMS) for reducing carbon footprint by repurposing waste, increasing equipment efficiency, and promoting transparency. The company has instituted a Supply Chain Code of Conduct to ensure the welfare of the animals going into their food.
SHOP WISDOM DOG FOOD
Zignature’s potato-free, grain-free, and chicken-free foods are 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.
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.
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Information is effective as of 12/21.
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. Weruva, Tiki, 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. In addition, they have third-party organizations auditing their factories to ensure compliance.