Blue Buffalo Grain-Free Colorado Roast Review

Lamb, Yukon Gold Potatoes, Peas & Apples

Blue Buffalo Grain-Free Colorado Roast Lamb, Yukon Gold Potatoes, Peas & Apples
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Review of Blue Buffalo Grain-Free Colorado Roast
Lamb, Yukon Gold Potatoes, Peas & Apples

Controversial Ingredients

Pea protein is produced by removing the starchy parts of peas. Pea protein is considered controversial because it provides a substantial plant based protein boost. This boost is undesirable because plant based protein is typically lower in biological value when compared to meat based proteins.

Dried tomato pomace is a by-product of tomato manufacturing. It's considered a controversial ingredient because many people believe it is an inexpensive low quality filler. However, tomato pomace provides a notable amount of dietary fiber, B vitamins, Lycopene, and vitamin A. Although it is a very inexpensive ingredient, it is not nutritionally empty.

Caramel color is a concentrated form of caramel, a natural food colorant. Caramel color has been linked to cancer in laboratory animals. Since our pets do not care about food color, caramel color is an unnecessary addition with possible health risks.

Garlic in very small quantities can be an acceptable addition, however, garlic can also be toxic. Therefore many pet owners choose to completely avoid garlic.