After updating the dry food Index (http://www.petforums.co.uk/dog-health-nutrition/255727-updated-dry-dog-food-index.html) some time ago, I've finally got round to updating this one too! The way I have done it this time enables me to add new foods to the first block of info, rather than adding them onto the end of the thread, which keeps everything in one place :thumbup: Like the dry food listings, I’ve based the below information on a 25kg adult dog, living in a home environment with moderate activity levels and all prices are approximate and based on purchasing the packets of food singularly, where possible. All the foods are complete diets, except those marked with a star (*). The foods marked with a star (*) should be fed alongside another complete food, either wet or dry. I have gathered the information from packet labels, websites and by contacting the manufacturers directly, and it’s as accurate as I can possibly make it – bare in mind that prices vary depending on where the food is purchased, and ingredients do change from time to time. I have loosely grouped the foods into three colour coded groups. Green – these are the wet foods that I consider to be of exceptional quality. They have a very high meat content and little or no grains. Orange - these are “middle of the road” foods. The quality varies immensely within this group, but I feel they all offer a good quality basic diet for normal healthy dogs, with a decent meat content and reasonable ingredients. Red – these foods are the ones that I feel are extremely poor, and that should be avoided. They tend to have either an inadequate meat content, too many cheap fillers, artificial additives, harmful chemicals, added sugar – or a mixture of all of those! I MUST STRESS THIS IS MERELY MY OPINION Of course, we won't all agree on what is a good food and what isn't. I am neither a vet nor a canine nutritionist.