Organic, Natural, and Holistic
We are bombarded every day with labels of “natural,” “organic,” and “holistic” on our own foods, and dog food has followed the trend. The term natural is regulated by the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) and means the food and its ingredients are made without using chemically synthetic processes and that they don’t contain any additives that are chemically synthetic (except in trace amounts). Organic is a U.S. Department of Agriculture term. Organic crops must come from land that has been pesticide-free for three years. Organic livestock eats organic feed, is free of antibiotics or hormones, and has access to the outdoors. The term holistic is unregulated.
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