Sales in Germany rose 6 percent in 2012 to â‚¬970 million (US$1.3 billion), while comparable store sales grew 4 percent in the domestic market. Fressnapf sales in 11 other countries grew 10 percent to more than â‚¬490 million (US$654.8 million). According to the company's head, Torsten Toeller, the pet product chain's fastest-growing markets include Austria, Belgium and Denmark.
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In 2020, pandemic driven demand alternative pet market, reducing owner preparation and diligence as people scramble to buy what puppies they could, without investigating the source, or even seeing the young dog.
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Issues with pet food transportation have contributed to higher costs in supply chain disruptions.