Quality Dog and Cat Food

At Taste of the Wild, we strive to make the safest dog and cat food possible. Each of our quality dog food and cat food recipes is designed by our veterinarians and nutritionists to meet specific nutritional requirements and adhere to strict quality and safety standards. Taste of the Wild pet foods are made in five state-of-the-art facilities in the USA: two in California and one each in Missouri, Arkansas and South Carolina.

Safety First. Quality Always.

You have high standards for the food your pet eats, so we have high standards for how we make it. At Taste of the Wild, healthy dog and cat food is synonymous with safe dog and cat food. We continually monitor ingredients, production environment, production processes and finished products to ensure the quality and safety of our pet food. By implementing scientific and technological advancements, we have developed a comprehensive food safety system that ensures our pet food is always healthy, safe and nutritious.

Some of our safety and quality protocols include:

  • 1,075 mycotoxin tests per week
  • 1,300+ microbiological tests per week
  • 180 oxidative stability tests on fats and oils per month
  • 6,000+ ingredient nutritional tests per month
  • 45,000+ finished product nutritional tests per month

Learn more about how Taste of the Wild ensures the quality of our products.

Trusted Suppliers

To help ensure Taste of the Wild is the quality dog and cat food you can trust, we choose to maintain close relationships with a select few trusted suppliers. While many pet food manufacturers engage in a bidding system with suppliers, constantly switching sources, we choose to foster long-term relationships. This allows us to keep a close eye on quality and safety standards as well as keep our prices in check by creating efficiencies.

We also take care to ensure our ingredients are sustainably and humanely raised. Each bag of our healthy dog and cat foods feature a protein that has been carefully selected. These include: pasture-raised venison, bison and beef, sustainably sourced salmon, spring-fed trout, and cage-free turkey and duck.