This is what i feed Coco,I normally switch flavors every time we finish a pack,this is what she has this month: ngredients and analysis Composition: lamb meal, rice, ground whole barley, pea protein, lamb fat, whole linseed, lamb gravy, alfalfa meal, sugar beet pulp, natural seaweed, sodium chloride, omega oil supplement, chicory extract, potassium chloride, calcium carbonate, yucca extract Minimum levels: lamb (26%), rice (22%), barley (14%), linseed (3%), lamb gravy (2%), alfalfa (1%), seaweed (0.5%), yucca extract (0.02%), chicory extract (0.2%) Additives per kg: antioxidants: E306/Natural antioxidant, 150mg, Vitamins: E672/Vitamin A, 15.000 iu, E671/Vitamin D3, 2,250 iu, Trace elements: E1/iron, 40mg, E2/iodine, 2mg, E4/copper, 5mg, E5/manganese, 25mg, E6/zinc, 100mg, E8/selenium, 0.2mg Analytical Constituents: protein 30.0%, crude fibres 2.7%, fat content 15%, crude ash 8.3%, Vitamin E 180mg/kg, omega-3 fatty acids 1.1%, omega-6 fatty acids 1.5% In my local pet shop this is one of the more reasonable priced ones that caught my eye at the beginning.Recently the staff tried to persuade me to change to orijen,telling me that James Beloved is very oily. To be perfectly honest James Well Beloved is Â£8.99 for 2kg where as orijen is Â£22.95 for (I think) slightly less.This is a big jump in price,one of the reasons I am happy with beloved is I know there will never be a time where it will be hard to buy.However I am considering moving over because Coco doesn't eat alot as it is,and I would think she may eat less of this as it seems quite rich. I also don't feel like bringing in food from another country is that "green" since Beloved is made in the Uk. What do you think? Now is a good time to change as she needs to come off puppy food. Also I have some questions about RAW,since I don't think it would be possible for me to source meat(its to expensive for me...let alone Coco),I know of no butchers,I have a teeny freezer and yes,I don't want to handle organs :S However what is this "prepared" raw I hear of?