Salt – something we know to be bad for our health. Chum Crunchy has salt as the 3rd ingredient, listed by significance, which is the highest I’ve seen in any pet food. It comes before vegetables, vitamins, and minerals.
On the salt prominence alone I’d avoid this food. It’s not healthy.
To give an overview of the other ingredients it’s a typical low quality cheap filler food, mostly allergenic cheap grains, with meat by-products thrown in. It’s labelled as beef, bone, and vegetable flavour, which means relatively little as far as marketing guidelines go – it doesn’t need to contain a significant amount of beef, only a trace.
There’s nothing positive I can say about this food.
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All of it.
Cereal and cereal by-products (wheat, sorghum &/or barley), meat and meat by-products (beef, chicken &/or lamb), salt, vegetables, minerals (including potassium, calcium, iron, zinc, copper, and phosphorous), vitamins (including A, B6, B12, D3, E, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folic acid, pantothenic acid and choline), methionine and antioxidants.