Royal Canin Ageing 12+

Royal Canin Ageing 12+

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Ingredients

Vegetable Protein Isolate*, Precooked Wheat Flour, Animal Fats, Dehydrated Poultry Protein, Rice, Maize, Vegetable Fibres, Hydrolysed Animal Proteins, Chicory Pulp, Minerals, Fish Oil, Soya Oil, Yeasts And Parts Thereof, Tomato (Source Of Lycopene), Fructooligo- Saccharides, Psyllium Husks And Seeds, Hydrolysed Yeast (Source Of Mannan-Oligo-Saccharides), Hydrolysed Crustaceans (Source Of Glucosamine), Borage Oil, Marigold Extract (Source Of Lutein), Hydrolysed Cartilage (Source Of Chondroitin)

Ingredient Score

Ingredient Areas Points Given
Protein Source Quality
★★★★★
4/10
×
4/10Points
Scored

NAMED Meat Meal

Named Meat Meal is a good source of concentrated protein and is quite digestible. You can judge the types of proteins/amino acids which will be present and their quantities.

Named Protein Source Quantity
★★★★★
3/15
×
Quantity as percentage
0-40%
3/15Points
Scored
Carbohydrate Quality Score
★★★★★
2/5
×
2/5Points
Scored

Sorghum / Wheat

Sorghum and Wheat have been shown to cause allergic reactions and are poorly digested.

Fat Quality Score
★★★★★
1/5
×
1/5Points
Scored

Animal / Vegetable Fats

Animal and Vegetable Fats are large groups which encompass a range of poor quality sources which can have low digestibility.

Oil Quality Score
★★★★★
2/5
×
2/5Points
Scored

Rapeseed / Canola
Non-named Fish / Poultry Oil

Rapeseed, Canola, Non-named fish and Poultry Oil are low quality sources of Omega 3 and 6. They can sometimes lead to digestive upset. They do add palatability to foods.

Fibre Quality Score
★★★★★
4/5
×
4/5Points
Scored

Sugar Beet / Vegetables

Sugar Beet and Vegetables contain good levels of both insoluble and soluble fibres and have them in easily accessible forms.

Joint Care Quality Score
★★★★★
3/5
×
3/5Points
Scored

Oil + One Joint Care Ingredient

This category has specifically added ingredients designed to aid joints: Including either part of a joint pack or holistic ingredient, alongside a high-quality oil.

Product Checklist

Checklist Points
Wheat Free N
Grain Free N
Hypoallergenic Principles N
Use Only Natural Preservatives N
Joint Care N
Cooking Process Extruded

Social Score

Social Areas Yes or No
Is over 2% of profit given to charity? ?
Is Corporation Tax as a percentage of Net Profit exceeding 20%? Y
Is All Meat Sourced from the UK? ?
Are all Meats used from Free Range Sources? ?
Is over 75% of Energy used from renewable Energy Sources? Y
Is over 75% of Waste Recycled? ?
Is over 75% of Packaging used Sustainable or Recyclable? ?
Total Score 2/7

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