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What ingredients do cat food manufacturing companies use in their products? Cat owners know that feeding a cat well is the secret to keeping it happy and healthy. With pet health being so critical, cat parents are becoming more considerate of what’s inside their cat food. Lately, more cat owners are using veterinary advice and taking help from the internet to find suitable, most nutritional food for their cats.
If you’re a cat food company or a private label brand owner, knowing the most beneficial ingredients for cat health will help generate sufficient profit.
A nutritious diet and the right proportions are essential for healthy growth. Not forgetting, a cat is generally more active and less moody when daily diet intake provides its body with adequate minerals and vitamins to thrive. Furthermore, cats are less prone to injury and illness when they eat a balanced diet every day.
As compared to many other pets and animals, cats are fundamental carnivores. Therefore, they require high amounts of protein in their daily diet.
Animal protein is an excellent source of amino acids that a cat’s body requires. Protein is the primary building block of tissues and organs. Consuming adequate animal protein helps a cat’s body in developing and maintaining muscle, tendons, ligaments, nails, fur, skin, and cartilage health. Amino acids are also an essential part of hormones, antibodies, blood, and enzymes.
When working with a pet food manufacturing company, animal protein should be at the top of your list for product formula.
Fats are the main source of energy for most animals, including cats. The term ‘good fats’ describes naturally-occurring fat in an animal’s body.
A carnivorous animal like a cat can obtain good fats from meats like beef and fish. As a bonus, cats also receive EFAs (essential fatty acids), including Omega-3 and Omega-6. Both good fats and fatty acids are critical for maintaining peak feline health.
Besides providing energy, fats aid body temperature regulation in cats. Not only this, but they aid nutrient absorption, including vitamins A, D, E, and K. They also help in conducting nerve impulses by serving as transport molecules. Similarly, fatty acids are necessary for healing, inflammation reduction, and fur health.
All mammals need certain essential vitamins to survive and thrive. However, it is paramount to keep the right proportions in mind. When adding vitamins to cat food, cat food companies should consider the process of synthesis to create a balanced diet per serving.
A cat should receive adequate amounts of the following vitamins from your cat food:
Minerals are essential for oxygen transportation, nutrient utilization, pH balance, and enzyme formation. A cat should receive adequate amounts of the following minerals from your cat food.
Iron: Iron deficiencies can weaken your cat during illness, and may even lead to conditions like anemia.
Calcium: Calcium supports healthy muscle contraction, bone growth and formation, nerve impulse transmission, and blood coagulation.
Sodium: According to AAFCO, dry cat foods should contain at least 0.2 % sodium to support healthy growth and development.
Green Mountain Animal LLC is ideal if you’re a cat food company looking to hire a contract manufacturing company for your private label pet products brand. Our expert team manufactures FDA compliant products for small, large, and developing private label pet product brands. Our services also include packaging the products and shipping.
Contact us at 802-752-4738 for consultations and information.
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