Millet (Carnivore-appropriate Starch)

Dry pet food contains a form of either grain or other starchy ingredient, not because of the nutritional value, but because it makes the kibble stick together and hold its shape. Grain-free manufacturers are migrating from potato, to tapioca, to peas and sweet potatoes in an effort to find unique ingredients they can claim are better. Instead, in our dry food, we use millet, a grain that is low in natural sugar and carbohydrates, gluten-free, and carnivore-appropriate.

Millet is a grass seed, similar to one a carnivore in the wild might consume from eating the stomach of a bird or herbivore. It is much more likely to occur naturally in a wild dog or cat’s diet so will be more familiar to their digestive systems. Nature’s Logic foods contain NO gluten, corn, wheat, rice, soy, tapioca, peas, or potatoes.