Nature’s Variety, Featured Food for March

March 2, 2009 at 10:29 am Leave a comment

I like that their founders come from a family of farmers practicing sustainable agriculture. Fetch incidentally is a MOFGA member, not only because local organic farms produce better tasting, more nutritious food and reinforce our local economy, or because organic farming is better for the health of people, animals and planet, but because life for the animals on small organic farms is generally better.  I also like that NV’s line is comprehensive, so there’s plenty of room for rotation within the brand.  Kibble and cans for dogs (Prairie) and cats (Prairie for cats), grain-free kibble (Instinct for dogs), dry and canned for cats (Instinct for cats) but also raw (Raw Diet) and treats/bones.  I also like that they have a couple of vets and a nutritionist on their website as their panel of experts.  Clearly Nature’s Variety values a holistic nutrition-based point of view.  I’d prefer more depth in their online advice, but I think what they’ve done is made a deliberate choice to keep it readable for most consumers.  Take a look for example at what they have to say about implementing, and the benefits of, rotation.

If you like the sound of Nature’s Variety, give it a try anytime in March and take 10% off.  This is our monthly Secret Sale, only offered in hushed tones to you, our online community of blog readers, Facebook fans, Twitter followers, and email subscribers. Just mention the discount at checkout.

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