Fromm Four-Star Chicken & Duck Pâté features finely minced chicken and duck cooked in chicken broth. The recipe is prepared in small batches, ensuring consistency, quality, and superior taste.
- Fromm Family Foods is a fifth generation family-owned-and-operated artisan pet food company
- Produced at Fromm's hands-on family-owned-and-operated facility
- Interchangable with other Four-Star can and dry recipes
- Pâté provides a unique texture for finicky cats
- Free from artificial colors, flavors or preservatives
About the brand
Maintaining a tradition of quiet innovation dedicated to the health and nutrition of dogs and cats since 1908, Fromm Family Foods is a family-owned and operated artisan dog and cat food company based in Wisconsin. Dedicated to food safety, Fromm ensures that every ingredient is tested and sampled before meeting their Wisconsin manufacturing facilities. With some of the highest inclusion levels of fresh meats, fish, fruits, vegetables, and real Wisconsin cheese, Fromm offers a holistic recipe for all types and tastes of dogs and cats, including grain-free, limited ingredient, puppy, and everything in between.
Chicken, chicken broth, chicken liver, duck, flaxseed, tomato paste, salt, potassium chloride, Minerals [dicalcium phosphate, zinc sulfate, zinc proteinate, ferrous sulfate, copper sulfate, calcium iodate, copper proteinate, iron proteinate, manganese sulfate, manganese proteinate, cobalt sulfate, cobalt proteinate], xanthan gum, dried egg product, locust bean gum, taurine, Vitamins [calcium carbonate, Vitamin E supplement, niacin supplement, thiamine mononitrate, vitamin A acetate, d-calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, Vitamin B12 supplement, Vitamin D3 supplement, folic acid].
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Many factors including age, breed, activity level, and individual metabolism contribute to the need for adjusting portion sizes. Two to four times more food may be required for kittens, gestating cats, and nursing cats. Kittens weighing less than four pounds and/or younger than six weeks should be fed free choice. Spayed or neutered cats may require up to 25% less food.
Determining the correct amount of food for your pet depends upon your evaluation of your pet's overall performance on the amount of food consumed along with any other food or treats given.
If feeding canned food only, the average cat requires 1 oz for each pound of body weight, best fed twice a day.