Articles in this issue
Agras Pet Foods | Italy
Agras Pet Foods was established in 1986 with the objective of giving pet food the same qulity, care and attention paid to food for human consumption.
Imerys Absorbents | Denmark
A new business unit is born within Imerys, the world’s leading company for mineral solutions, after acquiring the Danish company, Damolin
Draynecs | Belgium
What better way to create a great company story
Shandong Luscious Pet Food | China
Since its establishment in 1998, Shandong Luscious has been committed to continuously improving the lives of pets.
Delving into cat litter
Traditionally, cat litter was only needed for kittens, poorly or elderly cats, to provide them with an area to hygienically relieve themselves whilst kept in the home. However, recent ownership of cats has extended to keeping them indoors, rather than allowing them to roam.
The most sustainable cat litter
Cat litter is a top seller in pet accessories with a worldwide sales volume of five million metric tonnes and a value of almost $3.5 billion (€3 billion). In recent years, we have seen new organic products entering the cat litter market. They are positioned as more sustainable and natural. But are they?
Active treats: a welcome addition in weight management
In my previous articles on pet health, weight management and calories, I described the ongoing issues in our market. Where do we stand now?
Pet care in China
Pet care booms due to pet population growth and premiumization
China: From imitator to innovator
China has the reputation to imitate but times are changing.
China: facts and figures
China: facts and figures
Supplier management and sustainability
The evolved supplier-buyer relationship, based on partnership, offers greater scope for sustainability. Mutual benefit is the keystone.
Collar | Ukraine
Each significant player in the pet market, whether a brand or company, has its own positioning and success. This article takes you through the five steps to success as they have been taken by the Ukrainian COLLAR company.
Cat litter trends in the US
Cat litter sales in the US market are projected reach $2.76 billion (€2.35 billion) by the end of 2017. For the period between 2012 and 2016, Packaged Facts estimates a 3.6% CAGR (compound annual growth rate).
Paired vs. monadic: what is the difference?
The two main types of palatability assessment for pets are paired comparison (two-bowl) and monadic (single-bowl). Which one is better?
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