I don't know where you are, but I also feed mine a mix of commercial raw with some chunks of meat from the supermarket now and then, but also some canned food as well.
I haven't tried Feline's Pride...it seems to have a good selection of varied proteins, though, and I love that there's no fruits, veggies, or other fillers you see in other commercial raw. Your post made me curious about its texture...is it similar to Rad Cat? (Juicy, very soft and finely ground?) I ask because my two seem to prefer the chunkier texture, so they don't really favor Rad Cat at all.
I've tried smallbatch with some success--they come in "sliders" or patties for felines, and my two didn't care for the sliders. However, when I tried the dog variety in 2 lb chubs with 100% meat (ones without vegetables), they ate it with more enthusiasm. It was also finely ground and pretty soft & juicy, so that surprised me, but then again, it was rabbit, their #1 favorite protein by far! Smallbatch seems to be available only on the West Coast, though I could be wrong. Perhaps a local independent store will be willing to order some for you if you're somewhere else? Or email the company and see what they say?
I am aware of Darwin's Pet as another raw supplier from the Seattle area but I've never tried it since my two are weirdly not into chicken or turkey as much as they love duck, venison, and rabbit! When I do get chicken or turkey, I get a 2 lb chub from my local butcher who also sells pet food grinds since he's a proud owner of two dogs that are also fed a raw diet.