Research and Markets has announced the publication of the "U.S. Pet Food (Dry Food, Wet Food and Treat & Snacks/Mixers) Market for Dogs, Cats and Other Pets 2014 - 2020" report.
The pet food analysis report covers forecast trends for the US dog and cat food market on a regional level. The study provides historic data of 2014 along with a forecast from 2015 to 2020 based on both volumes and revenue. The study includes drivers and restraints for the U.S. pet food market along with the impact they have on the demand over the forecast period. Additionally, the report includes the study of opportunities available in the pet food market in the US.
The report includes detailed competitive scenarios and product portfolios of the major industry participants and buying criteria of the buyers. To understand the competitive landscape in the market, an analysis of Porter’s Five Forces model for the pet food market also is included. The study encompasses a market attractiveness analysis, wherein product segments are benchmarked based on their market size, growth rate and general attractiveness.
The report segments the US pet food market based on applications. The application segments have been analyzed based on present and future trends and the market is estimated from 2014 to 2020. Key product markets covered under this study include dry food, wet food and treat & snacks/mixers. Key application markets covered under this study include dogs, cats and other pets. This segmentation includes demand for pet food based on individual product and application segments in the US.
Some of the key participants for the US pet food market included in this report are Mars Petcare Inc., P&G PetCare, Big Heart Pet Brands, Nestle Purina PetCare, Diamond Pet Foods, Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Deuerer, WellPet, Blue Buffalo and Heristo AG.
An enterprise license, allowing all employees within an organization to access to the report, costs US$8,399.
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