Is Toma-Pro Zero Grain Dry Cat Food Good?
Toma-Pro Zero Grain Dry Cat Food is a pet food line with a 3-star rating — around 31% of all the pet food we review fall in this tier.
They seem to have nutrition ratio similar to a common pet food, and contain mainly named ingredents. We think they are fine, and it might be great to give your pets some extra meaty food or treats.
What We like
- Use Organic Minerals to Improve Absorption
- Aid Digestion with Probiotics
- No Potential Allergens like Corn, Soy, Gluten, and Dairy products
What We Concern
- More than 34% Carbs
- Include Plant Protein in Top 5 ingredients
- Numberous Controversial Ingredients
- Include Ingredients that might be Related to Poor Digestion
- Contain Ingredients that might be Uncertain
Recipes could have different ingredients in the same product line. We rate each recipe and list them from higest to lowest ratings.
TipsRecipes have similar ratings. This means they are quite similar.
Recipe to review
To rate Toma-Pro Zero Grain Dry Cat Food, we will take one representative recipe to evaluate the nutrition, ingredients and meat content of this product line.
We have chosen Grain Free Salmon Formula.
Pet food show guaranteed analysis on their labels. It includes moisture and does not reflect the level of carbs — which we prefer lower for dogs and as low as possible for cats.
Calculate the dry value (no moisture) on a dry matter basis will help us to estimate the carbs level and other nutrition without water — so we can get a better idea about the ratio.
(We think the ideal nutrition profile would be Protein > Fat > Carbs)
|Nutrition||Our Ideal||Dry Value||Like?|
|Protein||33% or more||33%|
|Fat||15% or more||16%|
|Carbs||Less than 25%||36%|
|Fiber||Less than 5%||6.1%|
54 ingredients are listed on the label. We research their quality to pet and use our best judgement to group them in the proportion of Prefer, Concerned, and Notice ingredients in the bar chart.
Salmon MealAnimal Protein
Dried PeasCarbs, Plant Protein
Dried ChickpeasCarbs, Plant Protein
Pea FlourCarbs, Plant Protein
Chicken MealAnimal Protein
Pea ProteinPlant Protein Concentrate
Potato ProteinPlant Protein Concentrate
Natural FlavorFood Additive
Dried Tomato PomaceCarbs
Dried Chicory RootCarbs
Dried EggsAnimal Protein
Yeast ExtractPlant Protein Concentrate
Sodium SeleniteFood Additive
Chelated Copper ProteinateSupplement
Chelated Iron ProteinateSupplement
Chelated Zinc ProteinateSupplement
Chelated Manganese ProteinateSupplement
TipsWe find 8 Concerned and 3 Notice ingredients from Grain Free Salmon Formula. Check from the above list to view the details.
- Potato Flour
- Natural Flavor
- Dried Beetroot
- Dried Tomato Pomace
- Yeast Extract
- Sodium Selenite
- Pea Protein
- Potato Protein
- Cellulose Powder
Estimated Meat Content
Some pet food uses high plant protein ingredients to boost up the overall protein level — to make it looks like it includes a lot of meat, which is more appealing for customers.
Therefore, protein level itself cannot tell the quality and how much animal ingredients (more digestible than plants) is in the pet food.
3 / 7 (43%)in top 7 ingredients
33%in dry matter
By looking at the plant protein in top ingredients and compare with the total protein level, we will try to estimate how much animal ingredients is used in the pet food as Meat Content.
Based on my "godly" guess, the meat content might be Medium !
It looks like it contains a moderate amount of meat. Your furbabies should still be fine with it.
Toma-Pro Zero Grain Dry Cat Food Product Line Review
To make a conclusion about the whole product line, we will consider all recipes and their average nutrition ratio.
Recipes Average Compares to Ideal Level
In the total of 3 recipes, the group has an average of 33% protein, 14% fat and 35% carbohydrate.
（Protein and Fat: Prefer Higher丨Carbs: Prefer Lower）
- Protein is 0 (%) higher than ideal
- Fat is -1 (%) less than ideal
- Carbs is 10 (%) higher than ideal
What does it mean?Overall,Toma-Pro Zero Grain Dry Cat Food has an carbs level that is higher than our preferred level.
Throughout the review, we have 3 major opinons about this pet food line:
- Similar nutrition ratio as a common pet food
- Clear, named animal products as main ingredient
- Medium level of meat content
Based on these, we can conclude Toma-Pro Zero Grain Dry Cat Food is a pet food line with a 3 star rating.
Do we recommend Toma-Pro Zero Grain Dry Cat Food ?It is a fine pet food, and it might be great to give your pets some extra meaty food or treats.
The review is entirely our own view and opinon. It is for informational reference only and not a purchase advice.