The Pet Food Manufacturers Association has launched a new group focusing on the issues for commercial raw producers. But will this latest move benefit the raw pet food industry, and if so, how will they go about ensuring that this is the case?
As pet parents, we have all quickly begun to realize the importance of the diet that we choose to feed our dogs; with many of us refusing to feed our dogs by-products, fillers or artificial ingredients. Not only do we want our dogs to eat a healthy and nutritious meal, but we realise the impact that a high quality diet
USA: Duo of pet food manufacturers unleash new formulations for dogs with specialist
Two US based specialised pet food manufacturers have both announced the launch of new pet food ranges that are formulated especially for certain pet’s specific dietary needs. But where can we buy these new feline food and canine culinary concoctions?
Research and Markets announce new report featuring Nestle Purina, Hill’s Pet Nutrition and Mars Incorporated
International statisticians Research and Markets have announced the addition of a brand new report that focuses solely on the pet food industry to their research arsenal. But exactly what is it that their new report contains?
Alltech Global Feed Survey shows feed production for the pet category was 22.59 million metric tons. But what effect, if any, will this have in the pet food market?
A new report, “Pet Product Marketing Trends in the U.S.: Technology, Mobile, and Social Media,” is available from Packaged Facts. But how will the results affect consumers, distributors and retailers alike?
Pets at Home has reported strong growth in its third quarter, with total revenue growing 7.1% to £195.1m, driven by strong performance in grooming and vet services.
With an exclusive focus on co-packing, a dry pet food manufacturer opened a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in 2012 (SQF Level III). The company’s 2015 strategy was to double their production capacity from 150,000 to 300,000 tons of dry pet food per year, while maintaining high a level of food safety, quality, and service.
A brand new rural start-up has exploded out of England’s world famous Cotswold Hills to a rapturous reception. Cotswold RAW has joined the growing ‘biologically appropriate’ raw pet food business. But what exactly is their uniques selling point?
A new kind of dog food has become a surprise hit with pet lovers around the world, helping its inventors to hit a forecast revenue of nearly £500,000 in their first year in business. But what exactly is this new pet food?