Cat food is expected to record another strong performance in both retail volume and value terms (at constant 2022 prices) over the forecast period. This will be supported by further growth in the cat population, and the premiumisation of cat food brands.
In a post-pandemic scenario, imported brands of cat food are likely to gain stronger recognition and sales than they did towards the end of the review period. With limits on imports into South Korea, most international brands experienced lack of stock during the pandemic, although they managed to record positive sales in 2021.
Within dry cat food, sales of products targeting kittens are set to further increase, leading to greater segmentation. In terms of life cycle, the value share of kittens within dry cat food is set to reach 10% in 2022.
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