Acana Grasslands Cat Food

Fri, Apr 17, 2009


The Good

Grain Free

Quality Ingredients

First, Second and Third Ingredients are named meat

The Bad

Full Review

Acana Grasslands Cat Food

Acana Grasslands Cat Food is made and manufactured by Champion Pet Foods. Acana Grasslands Cat Food is a grain free recipe, which is always a plus. Acana Grasslands Cat Food is 1 of 3 different recipes of Acana Cat Food.

Acana Grasslands Cat Food Review

We are going to take a look at the first five ingredients of Acana Grasslands Cat Food. The first five ingredients are a good indication of the quality of cat food. The ingredients before the first fat source usually make up the vast majority of the cat food.

    Lamb meal, sweet potato, de-boned lamb, peas, de-boned duck, fresh whole eggs, sun-cured alfalfa, sunflower oil (naturally preserved with vitamin E), fresh walleye, pumpkin, fresh Northern Lake Whitefish, red delicious apples, carrots, turnip greens, organic kelp, organic bladder wrack, organic dulse, juniper berries, cranberries, Saskatoon berries, blackcurrants, angelica root, chicory root, red clover, red raspberry leaf, dandelion root, peppermint leaf, marigold flowers, chamomile flowers, rosemary extract, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Enterococcus faecium.

    First Five Ingredients Analysis:

    • Lamb Meal
    • Sweet Potato
    • Deboned Lamb
    • Peas
    • Deboned Duck
    Lamb Meal - The rendered product from lamb tissues, exclusive of blood, hair, hoof, horn, hide trimmings, manure, stomach and rumen contents except in such amounts as may occur unavoidably in good processing practices.

    Sweet Potato - Potatoes

    Deboned Lamb - The clean flesh derived from lambs and is limited to that part of the striated muscle which is skeletal or that which is found in the tongue, or heart, with or without the accompanying and overlying fat and the portions of the skin, sinew, nerve, and blood vessels which normally accompany the flesh.

    Peas- Peas are Peas

    Deboned Duck - Duck is the clean combination of skin and flesh without bone derived from the parts or whole carcasses of ducks. It is an excellent source of high quality protein and essential fatty acids.

    Protein 34.0 %

    Fat 20.0 %

    Fiber 3.0 %

    Calcicum 1.6 %

    Phosphorus 1.2 %

    Kibble pH 5.5

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Acana Grasslands Cat Food Consumer Ratings

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Rating: 7.7/10 (23 votes cast)
Acana Grasslands Cat Food, 9.0 out of 10 based on 1 rating

Rating (out of 10)

Overall Ingredients

This score is based on ALL ingredients

First Five Ingredients

This score is based on the first five ingredients

Protein Content

This score is based on the total meat protein content

Grain Content

More Grains = Lower score and No Grains= 10


2 Responses to “Acana Grasslands Cat Food”
  1. Gertre Says:

    Great cat food. 100% grain free, so much closer to a wild cat’s natural diet. Sustainably-sourced, regional ingredients from Canada that are more humane than the stuff coming from factory meat farms (Acana is made with range-raised lamb, free-run duck, sustainably caught whitefish, etc). Acana is the real deal and my cat loves it. I intended to introduce it gradually, mixed with the old food (Purina Cat Chow), but my cat loves this stuff and is leaving the commercial stuff behind!

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  1. […] Acana Grasslands Cat Food – Acana Grasslands¬† cat food is a Lamb-based formula, which also includes protein sources such as Lake Whitefish, chicken eggs, and duck meat. Other ingredients include sweet potato, alfalfa, pumpkin, kelp, and several herbs. The Guaranteed Analysis of this cat food formula includes 34% protein, 20% fat, and 3% fiber. […]

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