She is not on that complete diet yet as she is only 12 weeks old and is still on 3 hand-feedings a day. But, considering that (fresh) veggies and fruit should be the larger part of their diet, I would think an equal amount of each which is 35% of fresh fruit, and 35% fresh veggies, would be alright, that is around what I plan to give her.
The blend will only make up a very small % out of the 30%, it is a low fat blend with lots of different foods in it: Wheat, Sunflower Seed, Safflower Seed, Hazelnuts, Brazils, Coconut, Cracked Maize, Peanuts, Dehulled Oats, Flaked Corn, Banana, Rye & Barley Flakes, Chickpeas, Mixed Beans, Pineapple, Green Peas, Rice Flakes, Pumpkin Seeds, Raisins, Sundried Tomatoes, Walnuts, Rolled Oats, Chilli Peppers, Papaya, Apple, Carrot, Apricots, Pine Nuts, Almonds, Sesame Seed, Poppy Seed, Linseed, Sorgum, Alfalfa Seed, Currants, Soyabean Meal, Ground Corn, Ground Wheat, Soyabean Oil, Molasses, Wheatgerm, Alfalfa Meal, Brewers Yeast, Parsley, Quinoa, Egg White, Almond Meal, Kelp, Beet Pulp
Sweet Bean Mix:
Rice, Pasta, Pearled Barley, Sunflower Kernels, Quinoa, Cashews, Sweet Potato, Red Peppers, Spinach, Sweet Corn, Pre-cooked mixed Beans, Herbs
Tropical Fruit Mix:
Basmati Rice, Pasta, Rolled Barley, Dehulled Millet, Yellow Split Peas, Sunflower Kernels, Almonds, Coconut, Sultanas, Dried Apple, Dried Banana, Cinnamon
Basmati Rice, Pasta, Pearled Barley, Lentils, Sunflower Kernels, Almonds, Dried Corn, Dried Peas, Dried Pumpkin, Dried Beans, Dried Red Pepper, Dried Zucchini, Dried Beetroot, Parsl