Canidae Pet Foods Inc. will attend the upcoming 2011 Zoomark International Trade Fair for Pet Supplies and Services in Italy, where the company says it anticipates an increase in international petfood orders.
Canidae says that Manny Rosillo, international sales manager, will be onsite for the tradeshow at the Canidae exhibit located in the U.S. Pavilion, Hall 22, Stand 24.
"Our international division has seen tremendous growth year after year. We fully expect to create even more long-lasting relationships at Zoomark, taking orders and continuing to help our European friends expand their markets with the our unique grain free formulas for dogs and cats in addition to our primary line of natural, holistic pet foods and treats," said Rosillo.
More than 600 exhibitors from over 36 countries are expected to attend 2011 Zoomark, which takes place in Bologna, Italy, from May 12-15.
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