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Pet Food Company Profiles

Profiles on US and global pet food companies large and small that are leading new pet food product development and dog and cat food nutrition.

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Plato Pet Treats focuses on top-quality treats

This company makes premium pet treats that highlight health and nutrition using the best ingredients available.
Plato Pet Treats was founded in 2006 with the desire to create a product that its co-founders and co-owners, Aaron Merrell, Robert Montgomery, Dana Montgomery and Kent Watts, would want to feed their own pets.
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CANIDAE maintains their focus on specialty pet food

This independent, family-owned company has spent 20 years carving a niche in the specialty retail market.
Nearly 20 years ago, John Gordon and Scott Whipple were working in independent pet retail when they say they realized brands weren’t supporting independent retail like they once had. The two had a vision to create a pet specialty product that would bring customers back to pet specialty stores.
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Pipeline Pet Products expands in the US pet food market

This company, with its focus on new product development and expansion, is a growing force in the healthy pet products market.
In January 2015, start-up pet treats company Pipeline Pet Products LLC announced the appointment of its new CEO. At the same time, the company secured US-wide distribution of flagship brand Green Bark Gummies. These two changes to Pipeline serve as the backbone of the company’s overarching business strategy: expansion.
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Sojos succeeding in raw petfood market

As specialized petfood diets become increasingly important to consumers, this company maintains focus in the raw/fresh/frozen niche.
As specialized petfood diets become increasingly important to consumers, this company maintains focus in the raw/fresh/frozen niche.
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NutriFusion expands into petfood with nutrient-dense products

Aiming for a market increasingly interested in specialty nutrition profiles, this company brings the power of fresh fruits and vegetables.
NutriFusion, a company that focuses on adding natural nutrients from fruits and vegetables into food processors’ products, initially had no plans to expand into petfood. But once they did, they saw immediate growth.
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Essential luxury: European superpremium petfood poised for success

New petfood brand Essential Foods is already making moves in the market with its BOF philosophy brand
Essential Foods expanded their petfood line just this year with the introduction of The Jaguar, the brand’s take on an 80% protein-based combined cat and kitten food. According to Christian Degner-Elsner, company founder and CEO, the cat food has been received very well, primarily by their dog-enthusiast fan base who also have cats in the household.
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Three Dog Bakery: 25 years of premium product innovation

A history of firsts and a recent acquisition have primed this dog bakery for continued petfood industry success.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2014, in addition to being recently acquired by a private equity group, Three Dog Bakery aims to broaden its horizons and strengthen its presence in the petfood industry.
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Mogiana Pet pushes for premiumization

The Brazilian petfood manufacturer is driving growth, knowledge and segmentation in a developing global market
“Wet food and foods with functional claims are also a very common, strong trend,” Eduardo Aron of Mogiana Pet explains. “There are also a lot of holistic and natural petfoods. The Brazilian petfood market is certainly still underdeveloped, but it’s already starting to mirror human food trends like in other more developed markets in the world.”
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