Not all these are good foods, but thought you might be interested in this.
Abady Dog Food Co. Ltd: No products made by Menu Foods
Artemis: Do not use Menu Foods but will not disclose name of manufacturer.
Aunt Jeni’s Home Made: They make all their own food (no outsourcing)
Avoderm: product is NOT provided by Menu
Back to Basics: No products made by Menu Foods
Blackwood Corporation: Brands include Adirondack and Blackwood-
No products made by Menu Foods
Bil-Jac: Not made at Menu Foods, contains BHA
Beef n More (Blue Sky Petfoods): All products are produced and canned at their own private cannery in Hereford, TX
Blue Buffalo Canned: Made at American Nutrition, Inc in Utah
Dry: Made at CJ Foods in Kansas
Blue Seal: Brands include Blue Seal, Bright Life, By Nature, Life Stages
Menu Foods manufactures Blue Seal only
Breeder's Choice brand: Pinnacle, Chicken and Oats formula food provided by Menu Foods
ByNature Pet Foods: Refuses to disclose
CANIDAE Canned: Not made at Menu Foods
Canine Caviar: Not made at Menu Foods
Castor & Pollux (Organix) Canned: Made at Menu Foods
Dry: Email not forthcoming with this information
Champion Petfoods Ltd.:
Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover's Soul: Not made by Menu Foods
Del Monte: has NO affiliation w/ Menu Foods whatsoever. They do not subcontract w/ them in any way or even use the same suppliers.
Drs Fosters and Smith Canned: Made at Menu Foods
Dry: CS rep doesn't know, can't find out and if she knew couldn't tell
Eagle Pack Canned: Made at Menu Foods
Dry: made at their own plant
Evangers Canned: has own cannery
Dry: Doesn't make dry food
Flint River Ranch: No involvement with Menu Foods
Fromm Family foods Canned: Made at a human food cannery
Dry : made at their own plant
Go! Natural (Petcurean) Canned: Made at Menu Foods, Canada
Dry: Made at various Canadian Mills
Halo, Purely For Pets (Spot's stew ) Canned: Not Menu Foods ,made at a USDA Kitchen,only Human grade ingedients allowed in the kitchen
Healthy Pet Products: Manufactures all products in-house.
Holistic Blend: Not made at Menu Foods
Homestyle Select: All foods are manufactured in their own plant in Quakertown, Pennsylvania.
Kal Kan - Mars(Pedigree, Cesar, and Whiskas): not made by Menu Foods
Kumpi: No products made by Menu Foods
Lick your Chops Catfood/Dogfood: is NOT manufactured at Menufoods
Merrick Canned: Made at own cannery
Dry: made at own plant
Natura Canned: canned Made at Menu Foods
Dry: Made at their own plant in Fremont Nebraska
Natural Balance Canned: Made at own plant/packed at American Nutrition, Utah
Dry: co-packed at Diamond/Made at their own plant/Own people on site
Nature's Logic Rep stated that most of their foods are made at Crosswind in Kansas.
Canned: Would not definitely state whether or not made at Menu Foods
May not be adequate for routine feeding. Please read their FAQ page carefully (see below)
Why do Nature's Logic™ diets use the AAFCO statement, “intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only” and not an adequacy statement?
By doing this, there are a couple nutrients that come in a fraction lower than the AAFCO Nutrient Profile for Dogs and Cats. All 42 nutrients are present in all Nature’s Logic products; some 2 times, 3 times, 4 times, and as high as 46 times the required minimum amount of these nutrients are in our finished products from the whole food ingredients. But because Nature’s Logic has a fraction less of a couple nutrients than the AAFCO Nutrient Profile, the intermittent statement had to be used until the Nature’s Logic Diets were substantiated by an AAFCO Feeding Trial. This feeding trial for canines was successfully completed in August of 2006, and as we deplete our current packaging, new packaging is being printed with the following statement: : “Animal feeding tests using AAFCO procedures substantiate that Nature’s Logic provides complete and balanced nutrition for All Life Stages”. (See news article about Feeding Trial).
Nature’s Variety: IS canned at Menufoods
Natural Way(Lassie’s Natural Way): No products made by Menu Foods
Newman's Own Organics: Undetermined at this point canned may be made at Menu Foods (company says foods are made at a "certified organic facility) Petfoodexpress.com says canned is made at Menu Foods
Nutrience: not produced by Menu Foods
Nutro: Reccommends NOT feeding their wet products
Pet Promise Canned: Has own plant in Wisc. Not made at Menu Foods
Dry: Has own plant in Denver
Petropics canned: not associated with Menu foods, uses private human seafood cannery(makes TikiCat)
PMI Nutrition: No products made by Menu Foods
Precise Pet Foods: Refuses to state where foods are made, but states that their foods are not involved in the recall
Royal Canin: does NOT use Menufoods
Solid Gold Canned: Made at Merrick's cannery
Dry: Made at Diamond Foods
The Honest Kitchen: No products made by Menu Foods.
Timberwolf Organics Inc: Won't disclose where made
Trader Joe's is not involved in the recall, but is voluntarily
removing all canned foods made by Menu Foods, only as a precaution.
Triumph/Evolve: not made by Menu Foods
Wellness Canned: Made at Menu Foods
Dry: Don't know (I will be checking on this)
Wysong Canned: Au Jus line, Chick & Beef Stew & Gravy at Menu Foods
All other products made at their own facility
Also for clarification for those that are bargaining on the recall being limited to only the two specified plants of Menu Foods, since the company states there is no problem at the other two.
This is from their own website
Customers’ orders are assigned for shipping purposes to one of Menu’s four plant locations. Certain products are shipped between plants in order to more efficiently manage shipments to large customers by combining products produced in different plants into a single customer shipment. Menu believes that it is the only private-label wet pet food manufacturer with four manufacturing facilities in North America, and can thus allocate an order between any of its plants based on capability, product cost, material availability, freight cost and available production capacity. Since the major retailers in the United States are increasingly multi-regional or national in scope, Menu’s ability to serve them from four locations provides it with service and freight cost advantages compared to other single or two plant private-label competitors. Menu believes that the flexibility and depth of its infrastructure is such that it is the only private-label wet pet food manufacturer in North America that is providing national retailers with cross-continental service and complete product lines in all significant packaging configurations.