Sales of other petfood (for pet birds, small mammals, reptiles and fish) increased by 2 percent in current value terms in 2011, according to a new petfood industry report from Euromonitor International.
The report, Other Pet Food in Australia, covers growth in pet populations, which contributed to the value growth in other petfood in Australia. According to the report, sales of other petfoods reached AUD149 million (US$155.7 million) in 2011, of which bird food contributed the largest share, with sales of AUD74 million (US$77.3 million). Other segments covered in the report include fish food and small mammal/reptile food.
Public meetings invited comments and provided updates
It gives more direct control to CVM in establishing and maintaining ingredient definitions
Committees discussed key proposals such as a possible shift in the oversight of animal feeds
There's a disconnect between consumers' confidence in petfoods and their knowledge of what makes the foods nutritious
As an industry, are we missing a huge opportunity to take advantage of another aspect of the human-pet bond?
Read more of Dr. Mukund Parthasarathy's insights on the changing petfood retail market and how it affects petfood manufacturers large and small
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