Shaping the future of animal health
Virbac group

ADULT WITH SALMON NEUTERED & ENTIRE CAT received a rating of 17.5/20 from INC - 60 Millions de Consommateurs french magazine June 2017 issue

Tuesday, November 21, 2017 

Corporate news

ADULT WITH SALMON NEUTERED & ENTIRE CAT received a rating of 17.5/20 from INC - 60 Millions de Consommateurs french magazine June 2017 issue

Two years after its launch, with a rating of 17.5/20, the VETERINARY HPM® Adult with salmon neutered & entire cat is one of the ‘best choices’ amongst thirteen dry cat foods (kibbles) tested by the INC (Institut National de la Consommation [French National Institute for Consumer Affairs]). This rating makes up for several years of development.

The National Consumer Institute (INC), a relevant public body of the Ministry of Consumer Protection, issued a reports in June on cat food in the magazine 60 million consumers. A series of tests was conducted on 13 benchmark dry foods (dry food) and 11 benchmark wet foods. To assess how well food composition meets the nutritional and sanitary requirements for the cat category used in this study (a 4 kg neutered cat), the assessment was based on, among other things, criteria established by the FEDIAF (Fédération européenne de l’industrie des aliments pour animaux familiers [European Pet Food Industry]).

With a rating of 17.5/20, Virbac’s VETERINARY HPM® Adult with salmon neutered & entire cat ranks amongst the ‘best choices’ for dry cat foods.

Since 2015, Virbac has offered a new generation of pet food products that are aligned as closely as possible with the needs of domestic carnivores.

“This 17.5/20 rating is in addition to the 16.4/20 rating given in November 2016 by UFC-Que-Choisir to the VETERINARY HPM® Adult DOG, which is one of the ‘best choices’ amongst twenty complete dog foods tested by UFC-Que Choisir. Both of these ratings are the crowning glory of the R&D research efforts put forth in the area of pet food. This is an incentive for us to continue working towards meeting the current and future needs of domestic carnivores”, said Isabelle Leriche, veterinary doctor, technical manager of nutrition. 

 



 

Back

Share on Facebook Share on Google Print current page Share on Twitter