Since Geff wasn't asking about pouches I only commented on the canned By Nature. I wouldn't use the pouches myself.
As I mentioned earlier, they are not canned by Menu - but I don't know who does can them. But the cans do fit Geff's criteria. They aren't favorites of my cats, but may work. Lacy - I stopped using Felidae for the same reason - not sure if By Nature has had the same problems as other Evanger's canned foods.
I actually have about an 80 page document comparing all the canned foods - I put it together during the recalls so if some new flavor came out I wouldn't have it listed. Geff - I would be willing to email it to you if you send me a note. The file has notes about any recalls associated with the company, nutritional analysis, ingredients, and some info from other web pages. It doesn't include any of the supermarket brands.
Two of my cats eat Wellness - and with Geff's requirements it would not be a good choice. Too many veggies, although the garlic is being phased out. Solid Gold would also be out as it contains seafood. Halo (i.e. Spot's Stew) would be out - LOTS of veggies. I'm paging through my binder on Breeder's Choice food and it looks like they all have seafood except Select Cuts - which is made in China
Eagle Pack was one that I had recommended for my IBD cat - but it looks like it contains peas, carrots and potato.
The following I believe make dry food only and were already ruled out by Geff due to their containing either seafood or veggies: Timberwolf (Serengeti), Flint River Ranch, Bench & Field (although it appears they have a new dry that does not have seafood - does have some veggies).
And I think the following are raw: Steve's Real Food, Honest Kitchen, mORGINS. I think Sojouner Farms is something you mix with raw food?
I'm not sure if Wysong has any canned food options that meet your criteria. I've heard that some people love Fromm and it is very simple food - but also made in China. It does contain some tomato paste and potato starch.
Good luck Geff - let us know what you decide!