Research and Markets now offers the Pet Care 2012 Part 1: Continued Growth in an Age of Economic Gloom report, which found that despite continued economic uncertainty, pet humanization and premiumization have helped global pet care sales rebound relatively strongly in 2012 compared to 2011.
The report is the first in a two-part global briefing from Euromonitor International that provides an overview of pet care retail sales by region and highlights best and worst performing product categories. It also highlights emerging regions, identifies leading and emerging companies, provides pet ownership statistics and more.
For more about sustainability in petfood, watch Jan Hoijtink's Petfood Forum 2010 PowerPoint, "Corporate social responsibility: from whim to a matter of strategy."
Learn about more companies and how they are lending a helping paw and claw to their own cause campaigns
See the full results of the survey sent to the Petfood Industry audience on sustainability.
The mid-year meeting addressed several regulatory matters affecting petfoods
Public meetings invited comments and provided updates
It gives more direct control to CVM in establishing and maintaining ingredient definitions
While petfood shoppers continue to show strong brand loyalty, pet products have not been immune to the store brand swing
There's a disconnect between consumers' confidence in petfoods and their knowledge of what makes the foods nutritious
As an industry, are we missing a huge opportunity to take advantage of another aspect of the human-pet bond?
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