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Pet Products in Canada

Based on provisional estimates, pet products in Canada is expected to continue to grow in 2016 with value sales to increase by 4%. This category witnessed consistent growth over the review period as Canadians continued to increase discretionary ...

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Pet Products in Russia

Based on provisional estimates, pet products is expected to see slower development in current value terms in 2016 compared to pet food. Whilst consumers show reluctance to economise on pet food, treating it as essential, pet products sees different ...

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Humanisation of Asian Pets: Trends and New Product Developments

This reports highlights the diversity of Asian cultures and their impact on the pet care industry. Emerging Asian markets have high potential growth rates supported by consumer- and manufacturer-driven initiatives, while developed (markets in) Asia ...

Jun 2016 | US$1,325 | Pages: 38 | Add to cart | View details

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Pet Products in Mexico

Based on 2016 estimates, pet products is estimated to show a similar performance as in previous years. Other pet products will record the best performance with 8% current value growth in 2016, up by two percentage points compared to 2015. The ...

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Pet Products in Egypt

Current retail value sales within pet products is set to grow by 14% in 2016 – which will represent a slight increase from the 12% recorded in 2015. This can be attributed to the growing variety of premium pet products offered in Egypt. The desire to...

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Pet Products in Belgium

The premiumisation and humanisation trends led to high demand for luxury products in 2015, including pet products, with these trends set to continue shaping the category in 2016. However, sales of pet dietary supplements will continue to decline. ...

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Pet Products in Peru

Pet products is recording stronger growth than pet food, which is due to consumers who like to spoil their pets acquiring accessories and complements, such as toys, beds and dishes, among others. Cat litter, however, recorded the strongest ...

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Pet Products in Venezuela

As in 2015, severe import restrictions negatively affected pet products in 2016 as most of the brands in this category come from abroad. Importers were unable to maintain a steady supply of products, while prices also rose significantly. Not even ...

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Pet Products in Brazil

Pet products recorded a 12% increase in current value sales in 2015 to reach R$2.2 billion. Despite the tough economic situation, the category is developing through the pet humanisation trend, which enhances the perception that pets are family ...

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Pet Products in the Netherlands

Pet products is expected to continue to perform positively in 2016 as a result of increasing consumer awareness of the need for pet care. Dutch pet owners are becoming more aware of the importance of maintaining a hygienic environment for their pets,...

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