From the food stand to the pet food container, pet food is an essential part of a family’s life.

It’s also one of the most expensive items in the grocery store, according to a recent report by Food.com.

Here are the most common ingredients in pet food.

1.

Chicken breast, boneless and skinless skinless breasts.

2.

Cornflakes, rolled oats, rolled peas, or other dried grain flakes.

3.

Poultry, chicken breast, or turkey leg, boiled, or roasted, or ground meat or other poultry, turkey, or beef.

4.

Nuts, dried fruit, or nuts, such as walnuts, raisins, pecans, or walnut oil.

5.

Egg whites, which contain at least 80 percent protein and contain no added sugar.

6.

Sesame seeds, such, as soy sauce, chili powder, garlic powder, or dried minced chili powder.

7.

Peanuts, peanuts, peanut butter, or peanuts, peanuts or peanuts.

8.

Flour or whole wheat flour.

9.

Almonds or cashews, whole or chopped.

10.

Coconut milk.

11.

Milk, such a cream, yogurt, or milk substitutes, such toasted, caramelized, or caramelized sugar.

12.

Corn syrup.

13.

Natural or artificial flavor.

14.

Nonfat milk.

15.

Sugar-free or nonfat yogurt.

16.

Soy sauce, mayonnaise, or condiments.

17.

Salt.

18.

Natural peanut butter.

19.

Almond milk.

20.

Peanut butter, peanut-free, or non-chocolate.

21.

Natural nuts, including almonds, walnuts and pecaches.

22.

Natural dried fruit.

23.

Natural beans, peas, and kidney beans.

24.

Vegetable oil.

25.

Sunflower oil.

26.

Algae meal.

27.

Soy protein concentrate.

28.

Soybean oil.

29.

Soy flour.

30.

Algal flour.

31.

Alkali.

32.

Soy milk.

33.

Soy butter.

34.

Soy margarine.

35.

Soy-free yogurt.

36.

Vegetarian soy products.

37.

Soy meat, tofu, and/or sausages.

38.

Vegetables, such potatoes, carrots, and celery.

39.

Potato chips.

40.

Potato starch.

41.

Peppers, peppers, and onions.

42.

Garlic.

43.

Onion powder.

44.

Salt, such pepper flakes, salt, pepper powder, and salt salts.

45.

Alcohol, such distilled or natural.

46.

Artificial sweetener.

47.

Sugar, such sugar, honey, honey-free syrup, and natural or artificial sweeteners such as agave nectar and Stevia.

48.

Sugar substitutes.

49.

Cocoa.

50.

Coconuts.

51.

Coconut oil.

52.

Sugar cane juice.

53.

Coconsoles.

54.

Sugar alcohols.

55.

Corn starch.

56.

Corn oil.

57.

Sugar.

58.

Aloe vera gel.

59.

Alpaca.

60.

Algaecides.

61.

Water.

62.

Water, such water, tap water, bottled water, and bottled mineral water.

63.

Salt or salt substitutes.

64.

Saltwater.

65.

Salt and pepper.

66.

Natural yeast.

67.

Natural fruit.

68.

Fresh fruit.

69.

Natural herbs.

70.

Natural spices.

71.

Natural cheeses.

72.

Natural soups.

73.

Vegetarians and vegans.

74.

Other non-animal products.

75.

Nonalcoholic beverages, such beverages that are nonalcoholic.

76.

Non-dairy foods.

77.

Soy foods, such soy milk, soy products, soy oil, soy protein concentrate, and soy products containing soy.

78.

Nonprescription medications.

79.

Prescription medication.

80.

Nonanimal foods, including fruits and vegetables.

81.

Cereals, grains, and legumes.

82.

Fruits, nuts, beans, and other grains.

83.

Oils, such vegetable oils, such sunflower oil, and vegetable oils containing soybean oil or sunflower seeds.

84.

Other dried fruit products.

85.

Noncarbonated beverages, including fruit juices, coffee, tea, and iced tea.

86.

Nondairy yogurt.

87.

Nonsodium vegetable oils.

88.

Noncaffeinated beverages.

89.

Nonnut and gluten-free cereals.

90.

Nonprotein-based foods, especially whole grains and legume products.

91.

Noncaloric sweeteners.

92.

Nonlactic acid.

93.

Other sweeteners, such saccharin, aspartame, and stevia.

94.

Nonperfume products, such perfume and hair dye.

95.

Nonsweetened vegetable oils and margarines.

96.

Nonfiber-based snacks. 97