I will try it .. remember baked food is COOKED longer and ACTUALLY requires more supplement s be put back in..
That is a seriously flawed system ... ie when whole grains are given priority yet the flours are usually 10-20% more digestible... cats need about 3-5% veggies matter (ie on most labels that would be 9th ingredient on down not higher
Oats I like but it DOES NOT make a food better ... One with Barley IMHO is = or less than one with wheat on digestion and allergic reactions... supplements like MSM and glucosimine are good but I would not give it a pt unless it was for a animal in need of it ... ie my dogs eat a food with it and get supplement but NO my cats dont as they DO NOT need it ... IMHO fruit should NOT BE in any dog or cat food thou most have something as neither has a need nutritionally, things like cranberry powder are for issues not every animal .. Organic is relative and the NAME organic can be bought so .. pesticide free WHO is testing it the food company>>>?? I would not give 10 pts to a no grain as some we have found have the same % carbs as grain foods and rely on potatoes to bind.. MANY animals cannot utilize flax seed oil thus I would not - or + for that ( Cats do NOT)
Alot of the stuff is too vague ie SALT ... sodium chloride is table salt but calcium chloride is also a salt as is sodium selenite
Brown rice is different from rice flour as one is brown rice and the other is white ...
SIDE note .. in your food the Fat is poultry often is just a legal issue which is chicken and processed in a plant with turkey so to be very careful they put poultry ( funny that when tested it came back higher in fatty acids than another "chicken fat" that came back a mix of chicken and other fowl ) ...
OVER all it could be used to see if you have a "premium food" as 90% of those would make a c or higher on that scale
I feed a NO GRAIN and if you start with 100 pts it gets a 114 pts .. but it contains friuts
EVERY system is aimed for telling you to buy a type of food this one is aimed at HIGH carb low fat which for a cat is not a great diet... remember the BEST diet is the one your cat does well on