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Market Research on Pet Care Products Industry

Euromonitor International publishes the world's most comprehensive market research on pet care products. We provide data and analysis on everything from total market sizes, market shares and industry trends to specific sub-category level information, including:

Related to this market: luxury goods, retailing, personal care and consumer electronics, health and wellness products, nutrition, ingredients, institutional channels, hot drinks, soft drinks, dairy drinks, tobacco and packaged food.

In addition we can provide in-depth data and statistics on: consumer lifestyles, income and expenditure, population, cities, households, the digital consumer, economy, finance and trade.

As well as; business dynamics and commercial industrial supply chains.

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Pet Products in Ireland

Based on provisional 2016 estimates, sales of pet products are expected to decline 1% further to €11 million. The rate of decline is expected to continue to slow down as the economic recovery means some consumers spend more on their pets. However, ...

Jun 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 18 | Add to cart | View details

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Cat Food in New Zealand

Cat treats is likely to maintain its lead as the driver of cat food over the 2015-2016 period. Treats continue to spread in popularity among cat owners as a way to indulge their cats and mimic snacking in humans. Cat treats is expected to experience ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 31 | Add to cart | View details

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Dog Food in New Zealand

Treats is likely to maintain its position as a key driver in dog food over the 2015-2016 period, particularly within supermarkets. Its popularity continues to be driven by pet owners who use treats as a way to indulge their pets as they would ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 35 | Add to cart | View details

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Other Pet Food in New Zealand

Premiumisation is to become more prominent in other pet food over the 2015-2016 period. The use of premium ingredients is a particular focus. For example, fish food brand JBL Grana Discus is advertised as using premium raw materials and procuring ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 30 | Add to cart | View details

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Pet Care in New Zealand

Pet care continued to experience positive growth in 2015. Treats continued to show the strongest growth within pet food in 2015, cat treats in particular. Dog treats are becoming more functional, for example for fresh breath or tartar control, ...

May 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 57 | Add to cart | View details

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Pet Products in New Zealand

In 2015, pet products continued to experience robust growth at 5% in current value terms. Pet products is expected to continue to experience positive growth over the 2015-2016 period. This will be driven by the increasing importance that pet owners ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 28 | Add to cart | View details

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Cat Food in the US

Although still lagging behind dog food, humanisation trends continue to shape cat food in the US. As demand gravitates toward higher-end wet foods, indulgent cat treats and premium brands, average unit prices continue to rise across cat food despite ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 33 | Add to cart | View details

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Dog Food in the US

As dog owners continue to humanise their companions with their own dietary trends, premium foods are expected to continue driving growth in dog food in 2016. High-protein and grain-free formulas will continue to drive growth, as will freeze-dried or ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 33 | Add to cart | View details

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Other Pet Food in the US

After a review period marked by declining sales and weak population growth for other pets, manufacturers can look forward to brighter prospects in 2016 thanks in part to the June release of Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory, the long-awaited sequel to the ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 27 | Add to cart | View details

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Pet Care in the US

Against the backdrop of weak pet population growth and a shift to smaller dog breeds, value growth in US pet care was once again driven primarily by rising average unit prices in 2015. As owners continue to humanise their pets, many are looking to ...

May 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 64 | Add to cart | View details
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