• How to overcome negative perceptions in the petfood marketplace

    Petfood made in Asia can be viewed negatively in the US, said Anthony Giudice, vice president of operations for Weruva International. He gave tips to Petfood Forum China attendees, on October 12 in Shanghai, for overcoming such perceptions.

    2012-10-22



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