Acana Pacifica Feline
LOADED WITH FISH
The ultimate food mimics the one Mother Nature evolved your cat or kitten to eat!
Made with a full 65% of nourishing fish,ACANA Pacifica matches your cat’s evolutionary adaptation to a protein rich diet, and a variety of fresh, local fish reflects the diversity and freshness Nature intended your cat to eat.
- Canadian Salmon – whisked from Vancouver’s Pacific waters and delivered fresh each day
- Wild-caught Herring – from North Vancouver Island and delivered fresh each day
- Wild-caught Flounder – from North Vancouver Island and delivered fresh each day
- Passed fit for human consumption, our local ingredients are truly fresh – so they’re never frozen and arrive preservative-free each day
FRESH LOCAL FRUITS & VEGETABLES
ACANA Pacifica is loaded with a full 35% of fruits & vegetables including Red Delicious apples and Bartlett pears from the sun-drenched Okanagan valley, and butternut squash, Burbank potatoes and spinach greens from the black soils of local prairie farms – all bursting with goodness to support peak health and immunity.
GRAIN-FREE & LOW CARBOHYDRATE
Rich in protein and low in carbohydrates to match your cat’s natural diet, ACANA Pacifica is free of high glycemic grains such as rice and corn.
Long associated with obesity and diabetes, high glycemic grains break down quickly, causing a rapid and large rise in your cat’s blood sugar.
Grain-free and low in carbohydrates, ACANA causes your cat’s blood sugar to rise less over a longer period of time so her sensitivity to insulin is beneficially increased and fat storage is decreased for peak conditioning.
LUXURIANT SKIN & COAT
We infused each morsel of ACANA Pacifica with marine-source Omega 3 (DHA, EPA) from wild-caught New Brunswick herring to support immunity and luxuriant skin & hair coat – your cat’s outer symbol of health and vitality.
Organic sea vegetables and botanicals including juniper berries, lavender flowers, sun-cured alfalfa and peppermint leaf enhance metabolism while nourishing and toning your cat’s digestive tract.