We are very excitied here at Agility World to be teaming up with Eden Hollistic Pet Food
Eden Holistic Pet Foods are an independent, family owned company based in the rural countryside of Staffordshire. The company was formed in 2011 with the aim of producing foods that support the health and vitality of their own animals and has since grown and flourished into the business they have today.
Read a little more about Eden from co-owners Paul & Carol Conquest
As a qualified nutritionist I have more than a keen interest in what we as humans eat and the effect that poor diet has on our health. My approach has always been to educate my clients and support them using a natural holistic approach.
My interest in animal nutrition came about after talking to our local vet who was a keen advocate of “The Ancestral Diet”. The principle was very simple; feed your animal what they would have historically eaten in the wild. Both Cats and Dogs are carnivores and ,although selective breeding means that they do not look like their wolf and wild cat ancestors, they share 99.9% of the mitochondrial DNA. In other words, from a nutritional perspective, todays pets and their wild ancestors require similar food.
Eden has a very simple philosophy that is perfectly summed up in our tagline, “Supporting Animal Health Through Nutrition ™.” The core beliefs that form our philosophy can be found in more detail on our nutrition page, but in a nutshell we will always promise to:
Produce only the very best foods possible that are 100% Natural
Never use grains and cereals, animal derivatives, fillers, sweeteners or flavourings in our food
Openly list all ingredients – including the amounts of the main ingredients that our food contains
Use the highest level and quality of ingredients where possible from within the UK
- Use the ingredients listed, nothing more, and nothing hidden
- Use accurate descriptions and never use misleading information to hide the truth about the contents
- Never create misleading packaging with pictures of ingredients that don’t represent anything that is inside the package or use jargon to hide the truth about our food