Tom, based on something else you said a couple of months ago, I started looking for Fromm. Two weeks ago, I finally found two distributors in Northern California (that's all!!) that Fromm says carry it. We drove down to one since it was only 35 minutes away and they do not carry it. They said they've gotten that a lot, but they will order it if we ask. So, we made our quest down to the other store, which was about an hour away, and did find some. I grabbed a bag of the salmon, and I picked up one can of the duck because it intrigued me.
I've been slowly incorporating the dry food into the dry for my girls that aren't nursing. They aren't too thrilled with it, but I expected that. This morning, I opened the canned duck and was really surprised at the contents. It looks like a really good stew - human variety. Every item in there was easily identifiable. And needless to say, just a small portion of that in the kibble and the girls gobbled it up like they hadn't eaten in a week. It was crazy.
At any rate, I'm really impressed with the ingredient list, and what I saw in the canned foods. I don't add canned often, but it was a nice confirmation of what that link you posted says about Fromm Foods:
Fromm Family Foods (verified via website 3/25/07)
Canned foods are NOT made by Menu Foods.
Canned foods made in China.
Foods produced in a human food plant without wheat gluten or other grains.
Canned food made with 100% pure meat, duck, chicken & fish, NOT reformed meat.
No by-products used in their dog and cat foods.
Fromm Family Foods does not test on animals.
Products are all-natural. Products made with binders to make reformed meat and products which use wheat gluten are NOT considered all-natural by their standards.
Thank you for the recommendation. I'm really pleased with this company and am going to order more - from the closer store.