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Ralston Purina began as an animal feed company in the 1890s. In 1898, Purina Chow was introduced as the first commercially produced pet food. Over the next 50 years, the company entered the international market and opened manufacturing facilities in various countries. The company continued to introduce other products and expand its business interests. There were several ownership changes throughout the years.

Nestlé acquired Ralston Purina in 2001 for $10.3 billion to become Nestlé Purina PetCare Company, one of the largest pet food manufacturers in the world. 

Nestlé is a multinational company that owns a wide range of brands ranging from pet food to cosmetics and health devices. Nestle is known for its candy portfolio but also owns Perrier, Carnation, Lean Cuisine, Haagen-Dazs, Alpo, Fancy Feast and Purina.

In its annual report, Nestle Purina Pet Care reported annual sales for 2022 as $19.385 billion USD.

IS Purina A GOOD DOG FOOD?

Purina has 19 product lines being covered in this review. They include Purina One, Purina Pro Plan, Purina Chow and Purina Beyond. There are 12 lines of dry dog foods with 46 recipes, and 7 lines of wet dog foods with 21 recipes. The dry foods are ultra processed and their scores are considered high risk to very high risk according to our evaluation criteria.

Only the Purina One True Instinct wet dog food is considered a low risk dog food. The other lines of canned dog food are considered moderate risk, except for Proplan Focus wet dog food which is considered high risk. The canned foods score better than the dry foods as they are a little less processed, but still have high carbohydrate levels.

Of particular concern is the lowest scoring line which is Purina Puppy Chow dry dog food with a score of 1.25/10 so it’s considered a very high risk dog food. Like the other dry foods in this brand, it is ultra processed, high in carbohydrates, uses inflammatory seed oil and uses artificial colors. Three of its top 5 ingredients are corn and soybeans which are high in carbohydrates and are known GMO crops subjected to high pesticide use. Purina Puppy Chow doesn’t have whole food sources like fruits and vegetables to provide naturally occurring nutrients so vitamins and minerals are added in synthetic form to these recipes, and all recipes in the Purina brand. Purina Pro Plan Development Puppy dry food doesn’t fare much better with a score of 1.6/10 for similar concerns. 

It’s stated that several lines of dry and wet foods don’t include wheat, corn or soy in the recipes. However, that does not mean they have low carbohydrates. In fact, recipes include several starches like barley, oats, potatoes, sweet potatoes, peas and rice. In most recipes, carbohydrates are higher than the protein content. In the case of Purina Dog Chow, they are twice as high with average carbs of 46% as calculated while average protein is 21%. 

Average carbohydrates as calculated in the dry recipes never dip below 30% and go as high as 46%. Canned foods generally have lower carbohydrates but most of the canned lines are much higher than we’d like to see ranging fro 18 to 25%. However the exception is Purina One True Instinct canned dog food with average carbohydrates of 9% as calculated on a dry matter basis, also Purina’s highest scoring line. 

Other quality concerns throughout the dry and wet foods include the use of plant protein which are the least expensive substitute for quality animal protein. Also used are unnamed animal products like fish meal, poultry by-product, poultry digest, meat by-product, and meat and bone meal. Using an unspecified protein is also a less expensive and lower quality source of protein or fat. You want to see beef, salmon or chicken, not animal, fish or poultry. Meat and bone meal is a very broad definition that allows for tissues from any mammal from any known or unknown source. 

Several recipes also have added amino acids, which indicates there’s less animal protein and more plant protein in the recipes. Other ingredients that raise quality concerns include the use of sugar that dogs don’t need, and heavily processed, inflammatory seed oils.

There are similar concerns for ingredient safety regarding both canned and dry recipes. In fact, most of the dry foods score 0/10 for ingredient safety. Dry foods are ultra processed, with several stages of heating that causes a loss of nutrients. Canned foods are less processed but still involve several stages of heating.

It should be pointed out that the website notes some of its lines are free of artificial colors or preservatives or don’t use poultry by-product meal. But other Purina lines include these questionable ingredients so there is no brand-wide commitment to this practice and no consistency throughout the brand. They note they don’t use artificial flavors but many recipes use natural flavor which is often made of animal digest or MSG, which are low quality ingredients with limited safety studies.  

When it comes to ingredient safety, all lines include ingredients known to have high pesticide or herbicide residues, and some known to be genetically modified (GMO). These are important safety concerns, especially when they appear in the top 5 on the ingredient list, meaning they’re included in higher amounts. Pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers post a significant health risk to plants, animals and soils. GMO foods have limited safety studies and they lack nutrients compared to non GMO foods. 

Other safety concerns are the use of carrageenan in canned recipes, an ingredient that’s been linked to intestinal inflammation and other negative health effects. Rice is also a concern as it can be contaminated with arsenic, which is linked to chronic health issues. Many recipes contain menadione, a synthetic form of vitamin K that is not required in dog food. It may be linked to immune system dysfunction, oxidative damage to cells, liver toxicity, and allergic reactions.

Purina doesn’t state whether fish or fish oil is from farmed or wild caught sources. Wild caught fish is more nutritious and has a better fatty acid balance providing healthy omega-3s. Purina doesn’t state the omega-6:omega-3 ratio in their recipes. While this is true of most companies, it’s a concern because AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

The average score of Purina foods and each sub-brand are listed below. Click on any line to view the individual foods and scores.

Purina Smartblend Dry

1.6
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Purina ONE® Chicken & Rice Formula Dry Dog Food
1.6
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With a score of 1.6/10, Purina One Dry Smartblend is considered a very high risk dog food by our criteria. There are 9 recipes that average 27% protein and 36% carbohydrate as calculated. These recipes rank low in ingredient quality for the high carbohydrates as well as excessive added vitamins and minerals, plus some amino acids. Recipes also include pro-inflammatory seed oil, sugar, plant protein and unnamed animal protein. On the ingredient safety side, these foods are ultra-processed, with high heat that destroys nutrients, and have high pesticide foods and GMO crops listed in their top 5 ingredients. They also include natural flavor, caramel color, rice that can contain arsenic, and menadione, which can lead to liver toxicity and allergic reactions. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina One Dry Smartblend Dog Food Benefits

Purina One Dry Smartblend Dog Food Concerns

Purina True Instinct Dry

1.7
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Purina ONE® True Instinct with Real Chicken & Duck Dog Food
1.7
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With a score of 1.7/10, Purina One Dry True Instinct is considered a very high risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 5 recipes that average 31% protein and 30% carbohydrate as calculated. These recipes rank low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates and excessive added vitamins and minerals. Recipes also include inflammatory seed oil, sugar, plant protein and unnamed animal protein. On the safety side, these foods are ultra-processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and have high pesticide foods and GMO crops listed in their top 5 ingredients. They also include natural flavor, caramel color, rice that can contain arsenic, and menadione, which can lead to liver toxicity and allergic reactions. Purina One doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina One Dry True Instinct Benefits

Purina One Dry True Instinct Concerns

Purina Smartblend Canned

5.5
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Purina ONE® Classic Ground Chicken & Brown Rice Entrée Dog Food
5.5
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With a score of 5.5/10, Purina One Smartblend wet dog food is considered a moderate risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 2 recipes that average 36% protein and 18% carbohydrate as calculated on a dry matter basis. These recipes rank low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates, excessive added vitamins and minerals, and plant protein. On the ingredient safety side, these foods are highly processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and have ingredients known for high pesticide residues. They also include carrageenan, and rice that can contain arsenic. Purina One doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina One Smartblend Canned Benefits

Purina One Smartblend Canned Concerns

Purina True Instinct Canned

7.5
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Purina Purina ONE® True Instinct Classic Ground with Real Beef & Bison Dog Food
7.5
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With a score of 7.5/10, Purina One True Instinct wet dog food is considered a low risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 2 recipes that average 41% protein and 9% carbohydrate as calculated on a dry matter basis. These recipes have excessive added vitamins and minerals. On the ingredient safety side, canned foods are highly processed, using heat that destroys nutrients. They also include carrageenan that can be pro-inflammatory. Purina One doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina One True Instinct Canned Benefits

Purina One True Instinct Canned Concerns

Purina Pro Plan Development Puppy Dry

1.6
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Purina Pro Plan® Puppy Shredded Blend Chicken & Rice Formula Dry Dog Food
1.6
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With a score of 1.6/10, Purina Pro Plan Development Puppy Dry is considered a very high risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 6 recipes that average 29% protein and 31% carbohydrate as calculated. These recipes rank low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates and an extensive amount of added vitamins and minerals. Recipes also include inflammatory seed oil, plant protein and unnamed animal protein. On the ingredient safety side, these foods are ultra-processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and have foods known for high pesticide/herbicide residues and GMO crops  in their top 5 ingredients. They also include natural flavor, rice that can contain arsenic, and menadione, which can lead to liver toxicity and allergic reactions. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Pro Plan Development Puppy Dry Benefits

Purina Pro Plan Development Puppy Dry Concerns

Purina Pro Plan Essentials Dry

0.9
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Purina Pro Plan® Adult Complete Essentials Shredded Blend Beef & Rice Dry Dog Food
0.9
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With a score of 0.9/10, Purina Pro Plan Essentials Dry is considered a very high risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 4 recipes that average 26% protein and 36% carbohydrate as calculated. These recipes rank low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates and an extensive amount of added vitamins and minerals. Recipes also include inflammatory seed oil, plant protein, unnamed animal protein and sugar in the form of glycerin. On the ingredient safety side, these foods are ultra-processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and have foods known for high pesticide/herbicide residues and GMO crops listed in their top 5 ingredients. They also include natural flavor, rice that can contain arsenic, and menadione, which can lead to liver toxicity and allergic reactions. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Pro Plan Essentials Dry Benefits

Purina Pro Plan Essentials Dry Concerns

Purina Pro Plan Sport Dry

2
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Purina Pro Plan® All Ages Sport Performance 30/20 Chicken & Rice Formula Dry Dog Food
2
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With a score of 2/10, Purina Pro Plan Sport Dog Dry is considered a very high risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 5 recipes that average 28% protein and 31% carbohydrate as calculated. These recipes rank low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates and an extensive amount of added vitamins and minerals, and some added amino acids. Recipes also include inflammatory seed oil, plant protein and unnamed animal protein. On the ingredient safety side, these foods are ultra-processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and have foods known for high pesticide/herbicide residues and GMO crops listed in their top 5 ingredients. They also include natural flavor, rice that can contain arsenic, and menadione, which can lead to liver toxicity and allergic reactions. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Pro Plan Sport Dog Dry Benefits

Purina Pro Plan Sport Dog Dry Concerns

Purina Pro Plan Specialized Dry

1.4
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Purina Pro Plan® Specialized Calm & Balanced Chicken & Rice Formula Dry Dog Food
1.4
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With a score of 1.4/10, Purina Pro Plan Dry Specialized is considered a very high risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 12 recipes that average 27% protein and 37% carbohydrate as calculated. These recipes rank low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates and an extensive amount of added vitamins and minerals, and some added amino acids. Recipes also include inflammatory seed oil, plant protein, unnamed animal protein and sugar in the form of glycerin. On the ingredient safety side, these foods are ultra-processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and have foods known for high pesticide/herbicide residues and GMO crops listed in their top 5 ingredients. They also include natural flavor, rice that can contain arsenic, and menadione, which can lead to liver toxicity and allergic reactions. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Pro Plan Dry Specialized Benefits

Purina Pro Plan Dry Specialized Concerns

Purina Pro Plan Senior Dry

1.1
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Purina Pro Plan® Adult 7+ Bright Mind® Chicken & Rice Formula Dry Dog Food
1.1
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With a score of 1.5/10, Purina Pro Plan Dry Senior Dog is considered a very high risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 5 recipes that average 29% protein and 38% carbohydrate as calculated. These recipes rank low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates and an extensive amount of added vitamins and minerals, and some added amino acids. Recipes also include inflammatory seed oil, plant protein, unnamed animal protein and sugar in the form of glycerin. On the ingredient safety side, these foods are ultra-processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and have foods known for high pesticide/herbicide residues and GMO crops listed in their top 5 ingredients. They also include natural flavor, rice that can contain arsenic, and menadione, which can lead to liver toxicity and allergic reactions. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Pro Plan Dry Senior Dog Benefits

Purina Pro Plan Dry Senior Dog Concerns

Purina Pro Plan Development Puppy Canned

6
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Purina Pro Plan® Puppy Chicken & Rice Entrée Classic Wet Dog Food
6
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With a score of 6/10, Purina Pro Plan Development Puppy canned dog food is considered a moderate risk dog food based on our criteria. There is 1 recipe with 42% protein and 17% carbohydrate as calculated on a dry matter basis. This recipe ranks low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates, excessive added vitamins and minerals, and unnamed animal protein. On the ingredient safety side, this food is highly processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and has high pesticide and GMO ingredients. It also includes carrageenan, and rice that can contain arsenic. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Pro Plan Development Puppy Canned Benefits

Purina Pro Plan Development Puppy Canned Concerns

Purina Pro Plan Essentials Canned

5.6
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Purina Pro Plan® Complete Essentials™ Chicken & Vegetables Entrée Slices in Gravy Wet Dog Food
5.6
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With a score of 5.8/10, Purina Pro Plan Essentials Wet dog food is considered a moderate risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 6 recipes with 45% protein and 19% carbohydrate as calculated on a dry matter basis. This recipe ranks low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates, excessive added vitamins and minerals, and unnamed animal protein. On the ingredient safety side, this food is highly processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and has high pesticide and GMO ingredients. It also includes carrageenan, and rice that can contain arsenic. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Pro Plan Essentials Canned Benefits

Purina Pro Plan Essentials Canned Concerns

Purina Pro Plan Focus Canned

4.5
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Purina Pro Plan® FOCUS® Adult Large Breed Chicken & Rice Entrée Chunks In Gravy Wet Dog Food
4.5
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With a score of 4.5/10, Purina Pro Plan Focus Wet dog food is considered a high risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 3 recipes with 44% protein and 25% carbohydrate as calculated on a dry matter basis. This recipe ranks low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates, excessive vitamins and minerals, unnamed animal protein and inflammatory seed oil. On the ingredient safety side, this food is highly processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and has high pesticide and GMO ingredients. It also includes carrageenan, and rice that can contain arsenic. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Pro Plan Focus Canned Benefits

Purina Pro Plan Focus Canned Concerns

Purina Pro Plan Savor Canned

6.5
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Purina Pro Plan® SAVOR® Grain Free Adult Turkey & Sweet Potato Entrée Classic Wet Dog Food
6.5
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With a score of 6.5/10, Purina Pro Plan Savor Wet dog food is considered a moderate risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 2 recipes with 41% protein and 18% carbohydrate as calculated on a dry matter basis. This recipe ranks low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates, excessive vitamins and minerals, and unnamed animal protein. On the ingredient safety side, this food is highly processed, using heat that destroys nutrients. It also includes carrageenan that’s been linked to intestinal inflammation. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Pro Plan Savor Canned Benefits

Purina Pro Plan Savor Canned Concerns

Purina Dog Chow

1.3
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Purina Dog Chow Complete Adult with Real Chicken Dry Dog Food
1.3
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With a score of 1.3/10, Purina Dog Chow Dry is considered a very high risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 3 recipes that average 21% protein and 46% carbohydrate as calculated. These recipes rank low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates and an extensive amount of added vitamins and minerals. Recipes also include inflammatory seed oil, plant protein and unnamed animal protein. On the ingredient safety side, these foods are ultra-processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and have foods known for high pesticide/herbicide residues, and GMO crops in their top 5 ingredients. They also include meat and bone meal, natural flavor, dyes, rice that can contain arsenic, and menadione, which can lead to liver toxicity and allergic reactions. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Dog Chow Dry Benefits

Purina Dog Chow Dry Concerns

Purina Puppy Chow

1.2
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Purina Puppy Chow Complete with Real Chicken Dry Dog Food
1.2
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With a score of 1.25/10, Purina Puppy Chow Dry is considered a very high risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 2 recipes that average 27% protein and 37% carbohydrate as calculated. 

These recipes rank low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates and an extensive amount of added vitamins and minerals, and some amino acids. Recipes also include inflammatory seed oil, plant protein and unnamed animal protein. On the ingredient safety side, these foods are ultra-processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and have foods known for high pesticide/herbicide residues, and GMO crops listed in their top 5 ingredients. They also include natural flavor, dyes, rice that can contain arsenic, and menadione, which can lead to liver toxicity and allergic reactions. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Puppy Chow Dry Benefits

Purina Puppy Chow Dry Concerns

Purina Beyond Superfood Blend Dry

2.5
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Purina Beyond Superfood Blend Wild Caught Salmon, Egg & Pumpkin Recipe Dry Dog Food
2.5
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With a score of 2.5/10, Purina Beyond Dry Superfood Blend is considered a high risk dog food based on our criteria. There is 1 recipe with 26% protein and 35% carbohydrate as calculated. This recipe ranks low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates and an extensive amount of added vitamins and minerals. It also includes plant protein and unnamed animal protein. On the ingredient safety side, this food is ultra-processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and have GMO crops, and foods known for high pesticide/herbicide residues listed in the top 5 ingredients. It also includes natural flavor, and rice that can contain arsenic. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Beyond Dry Superfood Blend Benefits

Purina Beyond Dry Superfood Blend Concerns

Purina Beyond Simply Dry

2.9
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Purina Beyond Simply Farm-Raised Chicken & Whole Barley Recipe Dry Dog Food
2.9
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With a score of 2/10, Purina Beyond Simply Dry is considered a very high risk dog food based on our criteria. There are 2 recipes that average 26% protein and 36% carbohydrate as calculated. These recipes rank low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates and an extensive amount of added vitamins and minerals, and some added amino acids. Recipes also include inflammatory seed oil and plant protein. On the ingredient safety side, these foods are ultra-processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and have GMO crops and foods known for high pesticide/herbicide residues within the top 5 ingredients. They also include natural flavor, rice that can contain arsenic, and menadione, which can lead to liver toxicity and allergic reactions. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Beyond Simply Dry Benefits

Purina Beyond Simply Dry Concerns

Purina Beyond Grain Free Dry

2
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Purina Beyond Grain Free Farm-Raised Chicken & Egg Recipe Dry Dog Food
2
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With a score of 2/10, Purina Beyond Grain Free Dry is considered a very high risk dog food based on our criteria. There is 1 recipe with 26% protein and 36% carbohydrate as calculated. This recipe ranks low in ingredient quality for high carbohydrates and an extensive amount of added vitamins and minerals, and some amino acids. The recipe also includes plant protein. On the ingredient safety side, this food is ultra-processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and has GMO crops and foods known for high pesticide/herbicide residues within the top 5 ingredients. It also includes natural flavor and menadione, which can lead to liver toxicity and allergic reactions. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Beyond Grain Free Dry Benefits

Purina Beyond Grain Free Dry Concerns

Purina Beyond Canned

6.4
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Purina Beyond Grain Free Turkey & Sweet Potato Recipe Wet Dog Food
6.4
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With a score of 6.4/10, Purina Beyond Grain Free Wet is considered a moderate risk dog food based on our criteria.There are 4 recipes that average 36% protein and 23% carbohydrate as calculated on a dry matter basis. 

These recipes are high in carbohydrates, have added vitamins and minerals and unnamed animal protein. On the ingredient safety side, this food is highly processed, using heat that destroys nutrients, and uses ingredients known to have high pesticide residues. It also includes natural flavor, and carrageenan that’s been linked to intestinal inflammation. Purina doesn’t provide the omega-6:omega-3 ratio, which is a concern since AAFCO allows a very inflammatory ratio of 30:1.

Purina Beyond Grain Free Canned Benefits

Purina Beyond Grain Free Canned Concerns

Purina Dog Food Recalls

Purina has had a number of recalls.

02/2023: Recall of Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets EL for potentially elevated Vitamin D. 

12/2022: Recall of Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets for mislabelling.

03/2016: Voluntary recall of Pro Plan Savory Meals and Beneful for inadequate vitamins and minerals.

08/2013: Recall of Purina ONE Beyond for possible salmonella risk.

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