Miko vs Taste of the Wild

Miko vs. Taste of the Wild

In this comparison article for Miko vs Taste of the Wild, we'll highlight the key differences between these two pet food brands. To properly compare Miko and Taste of the Wild, we'll use up-to-date nutritional and price information.

There are many factors to consider when choosing the best pet food brand for your pet. Factors such as ingredient quality, guaranteed analysis, product safety, brand history, and cost are among the most important factors to consider.

Throughout this Taste of the Wild vs Miko comparison, we've utilized average data to make general comparisons. If you'd like to see individual product reviews, visit our Miko Review Page or Taste of the Wild Review Page.

Guaranteed Analysis: Taste of the Wild vs. Miko

According to AAFCO, all pet food labels must provide a guaranteed analysis of nutrient content. The analysis must provide guaranteed minimum percentages of crude protein and crude fat, and maximum percentages of crude fiber and moisture.

All percentages used in this comparison are averages reported on a dry matter basis.

Miko Cat Food vs. Taste of the Wild Cat Food

Wet/Canned Cat Food Miko Taste of the Wild
Crude Protein 66.7% 44.4%
Crude Fat 11.1% 16.7%
Crude Fiber 6.0% 8.3%

Crude Protein Comparison For Cat Food

Protein is an extremely important part of your cat's diet. Without sufficient protein, cats can develop a wide-range of serious health problems.

The comparison table above shows that Miko wet cat foods provide significantly more protein than Taste of the Wild. More specifically, Miko guarantees at least 22.22% more protein.

Crude Fat Comparison For Cat Food

There are many ways in which dietary fat contributes to the overall health of our feline friends. Here is a short list of benefits provided by fats (not exhaustive):

  • Aid in the digestion and absorption of fat-soluble vitamins
  • Improve the health of skin/coat
  • Slow the growth of yeast infections
  • Slow the development and spread of certain type of cancers.
  • Maintain healthy blood pressure

There is a relatively large difference between the fat content of Taste of the Wild and Miko. On average, Miko wet cat food recipes contain 5.56% less fat than Taste of the Wild recipes.

There is a small difference between the fiber content of Taste of the Wild and Miko. We can see that Taste of the Wild guarantees about 2.31% more fiber than Miko.

Miko Pet Food Ingredients vs. Taste of the Wild Pet Food Ingredients

Here are some of the controversial ingredients used only by Taste of the Wild.

Canola Oil
Pea Protein
Tomato Pomace
Canola Oil (Preserved With Mixed Tocopherols)

We believe that certain pet food ingredients are linked to adverse health affects; these ingredients are classified as harmful.

Here are some of the harmful ingredients used only by Miko.

Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex

Product Safety: Recall History of Miko & Taste of the Wild?

According to our records, Miko has never been recalled.

Taste of the Wild has been recalled once.

  • May 5, 2012: Salmonella

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Where To Buy Miko Pet Foods

You can purchase Miko pet foods from the following stores:

Where To Buy Taste of the Wild Pet Foods

You can purchase Taste of the Wild pet food products from these retailers:

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Type Of Pet Foods Available

Product Miko Taste of the Wild
Dry Dog Food 16 Recipes
Wet Dog Food 5 Recipes
Dog Treats
Dry Cat Food 5 Recipes
Wet Cat Food 6 Recipes 2 Recipes
Cat Treats

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