A report by QY Research studied wet pet food in global markets, especially in North America, China, Europe, Southeast Asia, Japan and India. This report analyzed production, revenue, consumption, import and export of wet pet food from 2011 to 2015, and forecast to 2021.
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During a Petfood Industry webinar in late October 2016, “Emerging pet food specialty retail trends to watch,” Maria Lange, business group director of GfK, showed data indicating that the trend toward smaller pet food packages is especially noticeable in wet food, where trays and pouches – more common in markets like Europe – are starting to gain ground in the US. In terms of sales, wet pet foods in traditional cans or tins still predominate, at 82 percent for dog food and 92 percent for cat food, but those shares are declining as the newer formats score with consumers, thanks to their convenience and serving sizes more attuned to today’s pets.
With dogs, that means a move toward small and toy breeds, with dog food sales following suit. Since 2011, Lange said, sales of products tailored to small dogs have increased more than 73 percent, and the number of products has risen from about 500 in 2011 to 939 to date in 2016.
Pet owners want a lot from their pet food brands. They want primary proteins that suit what they believe is best for their animal. They want grains or they don't. They want something customized, but it has to be easy to understand.
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