Dog food has seen only a minor impact from COVID-19 and it is set to see growth gradually strengthen year-on-year as the forecast period progresses. Thanks to Vietnam’s successful vaccination campaign and the easing of restrictions, the economy will start to recover and consumers are likely to become more willing and able to spend on dog food.
Mid-priced dry dog food is expected to remain the dominant force in dog food over the forecast period despite the growing interest in premium options. Products in this segment occupy the most space on shelves in pet shops and other stores meaning they are the most visible to consumers.
In terms of distribution, e-commerce is expected to play a stronger role in dog food moving forward. COVID-19 has helped to speed up the transition from offline to online sales of dog food in Vietnam.
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