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ALPO Prime Cuts Savory Beef Flavor Dry Dog Food

by Purina
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March 7, 2019
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ALPO Prime Cuts Savory Beef Flavor is a lower-end dog food at a low price. This product has 10 controversial ingredients, which includes artificial colors and flavors. The food has a high amount of carbs, compared to its protein and fat and uses relatively low-quality meat and fats. Nestlé Purina, which owns the ALPO brand, has more than the average number of recalls. But on a good note, they were overall pretty transparent when answering our questions.

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TYPE
Dry Dog Food
PRICE
$
BREED SIZE
Small, Medium, Large Breeds
AGE
Adult
FEATURES
PACKAGE
16, 47 lbs
MADE IN
United States
COMPANY
Nestle Purina PetCare

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Nutrition

Nutrition

The food has high carbs and low protein and fats, making it less nutritionally balanced compared to other dog foods we evaluated. Carbohydrates are cheap so they keep the food’s cost low and they are nutritionally useful to dogs in the right amounts. However, very high amounts of carbs can reduce the much-needed meat-based protein and fat content.

To evaluate dog foods, we first calculate out the moisture. This is called the “dry matter basis” and shows you only the solid ingredients in the food. These estimated “dry matter” numbers are different from the food label, but a better way to understand the real nutritional value of the food. We also calculate the carbs. Find out more

Label Claim

Dry Matter

Min. Protein 20.45%

Min. Fat 9.66%

Min. Carbs 61.93%

Max. Fiber 6.25%

Max. Ash 7.95%

Max. Moisture 0.00%

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Food Label

Min. Protein: 18.0%

Min Fat: 8.5%

Min Carbs: N/A

Max Fiber: 5.5%

Max Ash: N/A

Max. Moisture: 12.0%

Calories

Calories

383 Calories per Cup

This product has an average amount of calories. It’s important to understand how many calories you are feeding to prevent under or overfeeding. Average calorie foods like this are typically best for fairly active dogs who need a moderate amount of daily calories. Based on your dog's current weight and activity level you may want to feed more or less than the recommended amount. It's helpful to know that weight loss foods often have fewer than 340 calories per cup, weight maintenance foods typically range from 340-380 calories, and high-activity dog foods are usually over 400 calories.

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Ingredients

Ingredients

Score
19%
33
Total Ingredients
10
Controversial Ingredients

Ground Yellow Corn, Meat and Bone Meal, Soybean Meal, Beef Tallow Preserved with Mixed-Tocopherols (Form of Vitamin E), Corn Gluten Meal, Egg and Chicken Flavor, Animal Digest, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Choline Chloride, Red 40, Zinc Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Vitamin E Supplement, Yellow 5, Manganese Sulfate, Blue 2, L-Lysine Monohydrochloride, Niacin, Vitamin A Supplement, Copper sulfate, Calcium Pantothenate, Garlic Oil, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin D-3 Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement, Calcium Iodate, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Source of Vitamin K Activity), Folic Acid, Biotin, Sodium Selenite.

The average dog food we reviewed has 39 total ingredients, with 1 controversial ingredient. This product has a staggering 10 total controversial ingredients and 4 of them are found in the first five ingredients. This is concerning because the first 5 ingredients make up most of the product. Let’s take a closer look.


Top 5 Ingredients

Dog food ingredients are listed in descending order of weight. So when looking at dog food label, take a close look at the first 5 ingredients. They make up about 80% of the total weight.

  • Ground Yellow Corn
    Corn (also known as maize) is a cereal grain that provides carbs, protein, fat, vitamin B and other nutrients. Because corn in dog food is an inexpensive (and often feed-grade quality) ingredient, we do not consider it a high-quality dog food ingredient.
  • Meat and Bone Meal
    Meat and bone meals are created by cooking meat, tissue, bones and slaughterhouse waste products using high heat. In the process, most of the water is removed, resulting in a protein-rich powder. Pure meat meals contain about four times the protein meats do, so generally, they're a good source of nutrients. However, meals that also contain bones can be difficult to digest and have the potential to include rancid, dead, dying, disabled or diseased meat sources. This ingredient also doesn't identify the species it comes from making it questionable and intransparent. For these reasons, we do not consider this a high-quality ingredient.
  • Soybean Meal
    Soybean meal is ground and dried soybeans. While soy provides protein, its nutritional quality (the bioavailability of amino acids) is lower than that of meats. For this reason, we do not consider soybean meal a high-quality dog food ingredient.

  • Beef Tallow Preserved with Mixed-Tocopherols (Form of Vitamin E)
    Beef tallow (also known as Beef Fat or Greaves) is the fat left over after cooking beef parts. It's a high-quality dog food ingredient that provides calories, nutrients and flavor. Mixed-Tocopherols are a natural preservative made from Vitamin E that helps keep food fresh. We consider it a high-quality dog food preservative.

  • Corn Gluten Meal
    Corn gluten meal is a waste product from corn manufacturing that is used as an inexpensive protein source in dog food. While it provides protein, corn gluten meal is less nutritious than meat (its ability to provide amino acids to your dog's body is lower). Therefore, we do not consider it a high-quality dog food ingredient.

Controversial Ingredients


  1. Ground Yellow Corn
  2. Ground yellow corn is a lower cost ingredient that does provide energy, but dogs can be sensitive to it. As a kernel it is not digestible, so it must be processed, but that processing leads to a higher glycemic index. Yellow corn is not generally considered a controversial ingredient, but is controversial if it is used in the top five ingredients (which make up about 80% of the food's weight) where a named meat or lean protein would be more nutritious.
  1. Meat and Bone Meal
  2. Meat and bone meals are created by cooking meat, tissue, bones and slaughterhouse waste products using high heat. In the process, most of the water is removed, resulting in a protein-rich powder. Pure meat meals contain about four times the protein meats do, so generally, they're a good source of nutrients. However, meals that also contain bones can be difficult to digest and have the potential to include rancid, dead, dying, disabled or diseased meat sources. This ingredient also doesn't identify the species it comes from making it questionable and intransparent. For these reasons, we do not consider this a high-quality ingredient.
  1. Soybean Meal
  2. Soybean meal is ground and dried soybeans. Soy is not generally considered a controversial ingredient, but is controversial when it is used in the top five ingredients (which make up about 80% of the food's weight) where a named meat or lean protein would be more nutritious.
  1. Corn Gluten Meal
  2. Corn gluten meal is a low cost protein ingredient that is used to add protein and bind food together. This protein is far less complete in nutrient content than meat based proteins, but because of its low cost it is often used to bump up the protein percentage. It is controversial if it is used in the top five ingredients (which make up about 80% of the food's weight) where a named meat or lean protein would be more nutritious.
  1. Egg and Chicken Flavor
  2. Artificial flavors are added to increase the chance your dog will want to eat the food. The generic term artificial flavor is used to represent a large number of possible additives, some which could be harmful. These flavors may include but not list controversial ingredients such as propylene glycol, BHA and more.
  1. Animal Digest
  2. Animal digest is produced by chemically breaking down animal tissue into a liquid that can be used as an added flavoring. It makes it more likely your dog will like the food. However, this is a controversial ingredient because it's a heavily processed animal ingredient that may contain lower-quality ingredients.
  1. Red 40
  2. Allura Red AC (also called FD&C Red 40, C. I. 16035 and E129) is a synthetic dye used to change the color of food. it has been shown to significantly reduced reproductive success, parental and offspring weight, brain weight, and survival. What's most concerning is that this ingredient is completely unnecessary, dogs simply don't care about the color of their food.
  1. Yellow 5
  2. Tartrazine (also called C.I. 19140, FD&C Yellow 5, Acid Yellow 23, Food Yellow 4 and E102) and is a synthetic lemon yellow dye used to change the color of food, cosmetics and medications. In humans with Tartrazine hypersensitivity potential reactions include headaches, asthma attacks, itching or hives, insomnia, and hyperactivity. What's most concerning is that this ingredient is completely unnecessary, dogs simply don't care about the color of their food.
  1. Blue 2
  2. Blue 2 is a synthetic dye used to change the color of food. This ingredient is completely unnecessary, dogs simply don't care about the color of their food.
  1. Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Source of Vitamin K Activity)
  2. A synthetic version of Vitamin K (known as Menadione) which is added due to the lack or loss of Vitamin K in the food processing. Menadione supplements are banned by the FDA because of their potential toxicity in human use and can be found as 10+ different names on a label. While low amounts have been found to be safe, the consistent repetitive nature of a dogs diet results in the long-term exposure that should be considered.

Country of Origin

ALPO Prime Cuts Savory Beef is made in the United States. That’s a good thing, because the dog food laws and regulations in the USA are higher than many other countries.


Meat & Fat Quality

The meat quality in this food is relatively low. That’s because it includes unnamed animal ingredients like Meat and Bone Meal and Animal Digest. Both of these don’t make it clear which animal they are sourced from, not good. Beef Tallow is also included as a fat source, which shows it comes from beef - much better.


Artificial Preservatives

This product contains no controversial preservatives. It’s good to know that not all artificial preservatives are bad. That’s because they serve an important purpose, which is to prevent food from spoiling. However, we consider 11 artificial preservatives controversial because of their potential link to cancer and other serious health conditions.


Artificial Colors

ALPO Prime Cuts uses three artificial colors. All of them are unnecessary in dog food and a potential health concern.


Artificial Flavors

Besides colors, ALPO Prime Cuts also uses an artificial flavor, called “Egg and Chicken Flavor.” The food would be much better without it.

Recalls

Recalls

Score
65%
3
Brand Recalls

Purina, the company that owns ALPO, has an above-average number of recalls. Take a look right below to see details on recent recalls.

Date:
3/9/2016
Recalled Products:
Beneful Prepared Meals Roasted Chicken Recipe canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-10764 and Canada UPC 55800 10554. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Prepared Meals Beef Stew canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with Canada UPC 55800 11651. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Chopped Blends 6-count variety pack containing wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs: 2 tubs lamb, 2 tubs chicken, and 2 tubs beef with UPC 17800 - 16627. Product is shipped in cases of 6 packs. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Chopped Blends Chicken and Liver canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-16960. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Prepared Meals 12-count variety pack containing wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs: 4 tubs savory rice and lamb stew, 4 tubs chicken stew, and 4 tubs beef stew with UPC 17800 - 16814. Product is shipped in cases of 12 packs. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. less... Beneful Chopped Blends Lamb canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-15498 and Canada UPC 55800-21238. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Prepared Meals 6-count variety pack containing wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs: 2 tubs savory rice and lamb stew, 2 tubs chicken stew, and 2 tubs beef stew with UPC 17800 - 15030. Product is shipped in cases of 6 packs. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. less... Beneful Prepared Meals Beef Stew canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-10965. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Chopped Blends Salmon canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-16962. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Prepared Meals Simmered Beef canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with Canada UPC 55800 11649. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Prepared Meals Simmered Beef Entree' canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with UPC 17800-10963. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Prepared Meals Roasted Turkey Medley canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-10968 and Canada UPC 55800-11562. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Chopped Blends Chicken canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-15496 and Canada UPC 55800-21254. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Prepared Meals Beef and Chicken Recipe canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-12859. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Chopped Blends Beef canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-15494. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Chopped Blends Turkey canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-16966. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Prepared Meals Chicken Stew canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-12861 and Canada UPC 55800-11564. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Prepared Meals Savory Rice and Lamb Stew canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-10967 and Canada UPC 55800 10556. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Beneful Prepared Meals Simmered Chicken Medley canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with US UPC 17800-10964 and Canada UPC 55800-10549. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Pro Plan Savory Meals braised beef canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with UPC 38100-16143. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Pro Plan Savory Meals grilled salmon canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with UPC 38100-16155. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Pro Plan Savory Meals braised pork canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with UPC 38100-16151. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Pro Plan Savory Meals braised turkey canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with UPC 38100-16147. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164. Pro Plan Savory Meals braised chicken canned wet dog food packaged in 10 oz. plastic tubs with UPC 38100-16148. Product is shipped 8 tubs per case. Manufactured by Nestle Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164.
Cause:
Product may contain less vitamins and minerals than label purports.
Class:
II
FDA recalls use classes from I (most serious) to III (least serious).
Type:
Voluntary
Quantity:
945,493 total cases
Source
Date:
3/30/2007
Recalled Products:
Canned dog food with Best By date of Feb. 2009 in the following varieties and sizes: Alpo Prime Cuts Chicken & Rice, 22 oz cans, Alpo Lean Prime Cuts, 13.2 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Beef, 13.2 oz cans; 22 oz cans and 4.95 lb can, Alpo Prime Cuts Beef & Liver, 13.2 oz cans and 22 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Chicken, 13.2 oz cans and 22 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Turkey Bacon, 13.2 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Beef Stew, 13.2 oz cans and 22 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Gourmet Dinner, 13.2 oz cans and 22 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Beef Bacon Cheese, 13.2 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts London Grill, 13.2 oz cans and 22 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Senior Beef & Rice, 13.2 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts/Entree Chicken Vegetable, 13.2 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Beef & Rice, 13.2 oz cans and 22 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Lamb & Rice, 13.2 oz cans and 22 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Beef Vegetable, 13.2 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Variety Pack, 12 count, 13.2 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Variety Pack, 8 count, 22 oz cans, Alpo Prime Cuts Variety Pack, 24 count, 13.2 oz cans.
Cause:
Wheat gluten containing melamine.
Class:
I
FDA recalls use classes from I (most serious) to III (least serious).
Type:
N/A
Quantity:
N/A
Source
Date:
3/16/2007
Recalled Products:
5.3 oz. Mighty Dog pouch products (including multi-pack pouch products) manufactured from Dec. 3, 2006 through March 14, 2007, with a Product Code #6337 through #7073 and Plant Code #1798.
Cause:
Melamine.
Class:
I
FDA recalls use classes from I (most serious) to III (least serious).
Type:
N/A
Quantity:
N/A
Source
Transparency

Transparency

Score
72%

We love dog food brands that are committed to transparent business practices. If you make quality dog food you should be willing to openly talk about how it’s sourced and produced. That’s why we reached out to pet food companies, asking questions about all their brands and products. Each company had three weeks to reply to our messages.

How Easy Was it to Reach the Company?

ALPO is owned by the multinational company Nestlé Purina. It required two emails over two weeks to get the answers below. Like most large companies, many of the customer service answers will read like well crafted marketing messages.    

Does ALPO (Nestlé Purina) have a veterinary nutritionist on staff? If so, who are they?

At Nestlé Purina, we have over 500 nutritionists, veterinarians and scientists who work daily to formulate and make quality changes to our products. We also staff quality control specialists at all of our manufacturing plants that run over 100 quality and safety checks during the manufacturing of our formulas.

This lengthy answer did not answer the specific question that was asked. In addition, the names of the professionals could not be provided.  

Who formulates your recipes, and what are their credentials?

(see the previous answers)

Do you test your products using AAFCO feeding trials? Why, or why not?

All of our products are manufactured following stringent guidelines approved by the USDA and AAFCO, and our Purina® Pro Plan® brand Pet Food products have undergone the AAFCO feeding studies for quality, safety, digestibility and palatability.

Since this representative is responding on behalf of a family of brands, they have referenced a few of the other brands that do the feeding trials, but was not explicitly clear on the specific ALPO brand.  

What country are your products manufactured?

The vast majority of our products are manufactured in the US, at Nestlé Purina owned facilities, with ingredients sourced from the US as well.

Vast majority does not mean “all” which is less clear than it could have been.  

Can your manufacturing facilities be visited?

Unfortunately, we do not offer public access to our manufacturing plants at this time, and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

What quality measures do you use to assure consistency and quality?

We also staff quality control specialists at all of our manufacturing plants that run over 100 quality and safety checks during the manufacturing of our formulas.

This is good, but not as not as clear as it could be.  

Does ALPO (Nestlé Purina) own its manufacturing facility? If it is another company, what company is it?

Yes.


Do any parts of your product come from China?

A very small number of ingredients are sourced from China, however, these are mainly vitamins and minerals, such as taurine and Vitamin B12, that are not readily available in the US in the quantities we need.

Sourcing quality ingredients at scale is a significant challenge that many large companies will cite. This means that companies like Nestlé who are supplying massive distribution channels will often use a variety of sourcing options, including China.

ALPO Prime Cuts Savory Beef Flavor Dry Dog Food

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