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human grade pet food
human grade pet food


human grade pet food

How we walk our talk

Did you know The Honest Kitchen has a letter of No Objection from the FDA, to label our foods Human Grade? Our entire supply chain and production process have been reviewed by the FDA on two separate occasions, to earn us this distinction. Human Grade means ‘food grade’, ‘edible’, or fit for human consumption. For us, it’s a line in the sand about the quality and integrity of the finished products we send out the door.

We blend our healthy pet food in a human food facility that makes things like breakfast cereal and bakery mixes. So, we abide by the same strict standards for safety, cleanliness, record-keeping and overall quality as the place that whips up your favorite cookie dough.

Is all pet food human-grade?

Our recipes also meet the nutritional levels established by AAFCO (The Association of American Feed Control Officials), which is the legal way of saying, it’s just like the healthy whole food you eat, but formulated especially for pets.

Some companies use a few ‘human grade’ ingredients, but their processing may not take place in a human food facility, so their products lose their legal human grade status. Old-fashioned pet food like kibble and canned food is ‘feed grade’, which means it might include not-so-tasty by-products, chemicals, fillers and other ingredients that have been condemned as unfit for human consumption (like dying, diseased, disabled or deceased animals). We wouldn’t choose that for our human family, and we don’t think our animal friends deserve it either.

We’re passionate foodies who absolutely love animals too.

We're a pretty picky bunch too (our suppliers say our uncompromising standards are even more demanding than most of the human food companies they work with). We only make products that we're excited to feed to our own cats and dogs, that they’re excited to eat, and that make a meaningful, positive difference in their lives. Anything less wouldn't be worth all the bother.