- The #1 ingredient in our seafood recipes is responsibly caught fish, like wild-caught salmon, tuna and whitefish that has been raised in their natural habitat. - Features organic produce that’s responsibly grown without synthetic fertilizers or chemical pesticides, on farms that care for the earth. - Grain-free recipes, with no corn, soy, wheat or gluten ingredients. - Poultry Free - Cooked with love in a USA kitchen.
Ingredients Pristine carefully select their ingredients to create the best recipes for your pet.
Castor & Pollux ensure their chicken is responsibly raised. For them, responsibly raised means the animal was raised with access to fresh air, natural light and space to roam. Also, it means raised with a healthy diet. Their poultry is fed a diet of organic feed without antibiotics or hormones.
*Federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones in poultry.
In addition to responsibly sourced protein, some of our recipes feature USDA organically certified peas, which are responsibly grown without the use of chemical pesticides and synthetic fertilizers.
At Castor & Pollux, they believe ingredients that are responsibly raised, caught or grown make better food for your pet’s health. That’s why they created PRISTINE – the only complete line of pet food made with responsibly sourced ingredients. As the makers of the leading organic pet food, they understand that extraordinary quality and nutrition start with exceptional and safe ingredients. That’s why
…The #1 ingredient in their meat and poultry recipes comes from animals that are responsibly raised with access to fresh air, natural light and space to roam like free-range, cage-free organic chicken and turkey and grass-fed lamb and beef.
…The #1 ingredient in their seafood recipes comes from responsibly caught fish, like wild-caught salmon, tuna and whitefish that have been raised in their natural habitat, including several MSC Certified seafood recipes.
…They use fruits and vegetables that are responsibly grown without synthetic fertilizers or chemical pesticides, on farms that care for the earth.