Petfood Industry recently published its annual Top Companies report detailing the top pet food companies around the world.
This exclusive survey collects data on companies’ reported annual revenue, number of employees, brands, type of products offered, number of facilities and contact information (including address, phone number, emails and websites). The data is compiled in a convenient spreadsheet format, and is a valuable resource allowing users to sort, filter and analyze the information.
Petfood Industry’s annual Top Companies edition includes rankings of the top pet food companies globally, in addition to regional rankings and information about the M&A activity within the industry.
For more Top Companies insights, access the Petfood Industry Top Pet Food Companies database to look up individual company profiles, and sort by region or product type. WATT Global Media has collected pet food company performance and production data on more than one hundred companies from around the world. This data includes annual revenue, company headquarters, which product categories and brands each company produces and more.
Dog, cat and other pet food companies change from year to year. The Top Pet Food Companies profiles record past years' financial performance and major events, such as mergers and lawsuits, for many pet food companies around the world.
For example, the entry for Mars Petcare states:
Mars Petcare is the world's leading pet food company. Its 41 pet food brands include five billion-dollar brands. Nonetheless, the company is increasingly looking to diversify its revenue streams. Mars Petcare also owns the BluePearl chain of emergency and specialty veterinary care clinics, and Banfield animal hospitals. Mars Petcare’s parent company, Mars Inc., is the world’s seventh-largest private company in the U.S., with annual sales exceeding US$33 billion.
Forty-one brands in total, including five billion-dollar brands: Pedigree, Iams, Whiskas, Royal Canin and Banfield pet hospitals. Other leading brands include: Cesar, Eukanuba, Sheba and Temptations.
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