The year 2013 will be an eventful one for the Italian family-owned company Monge as the company celebrates the milestone of its 50th anniversary. The celebration will be doubly significant: while celebrating the past, and the company's 1963 founding, Monge is also looking to the future, with a ribbon cutting for the opening of its new advanced dry food facility which, in the words of CEO Domenico Monge, "will put us well on the way to becoming a true one-stop shop for the consumer and enable us to produce wet and dry food for virtually every market segment on the same production site."
It’s not by chance that Dibaq has chosen the name Naturally Better for its latest and most representative branded line of premium petfood. That is also the spot-on slogan for the entire company, summarizing its major values and goals: staying natural and striving for constant improvement.
Worcestershire, beautiful county in the heart of England, may be best known for the famous sauce by the same name. But thanks to the impressive, rapid and truly international growth of Worcestershire-based petfood company Fish4Dogs, will the region soon be known for something else?
Sweden is celebrated for its untouched, beautiful countryside and outstanding natural environment. In order to protect this national asset, Sweden has imposed some of the toughest environmental legislation in the world. Lantmännen Doggy AB is proud of this Swedish legacy, which it translates in its product line, marketed under the brand Bozita.
From its beginnings, Provimi has characterized itself as a strongly international company, including the petfood part of its business. This identity has held true as Provimi Holding (the parent organization) has acquired other petfood manufacturers and established a network of factories worldwide.
In the May 2020 issue of Petfood Industry, discover which U.S. pet food companies were added to China's customs list, how AAFCO regulations are likely to change and what the pet food industry will look like after the COVID-19 pandemic.