Chinese pet food market: most-read articles 2018

These articles about the pet food market in China had the highest number of page views on Petfood Industry’s website in 2018.

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These articles about the pet food market in China had the highest number of page views on Petfood Industry’s website in 2018. The articles covered topics in China’s dog, cat and other pet food markets, including sales trends, regulations and imports.

1. China pet food market growth driven by global trends

China’s US$1.5 billion pet food market now includes 27 percent sales of natural products, plus 6 percent grain-free, according to Alfred Zhou, managing director of GfK China. He was the lead speaker at Petfood Forum China 2017, held August 23 in Shanghai.

2. New China pet food regulations: What importers should know

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of the People’s Republic of China (MOA) issued new regulations to strengthen the administration of pet food, “Administrative Measures for Pet Feed.” The regulations apply to pet food products made both in China and abroad. 

3. China pet food market grows with local investment in 2018

China’s pet care sector is luring local investors, not just multinationals like Nestle Purina and Mars Petcare, reported the Straits Times. For example, the chief investment officer of a Hong Kong-based fund management company said China’s pet market would be his personal top pick for 2018.

4. Pet food’s China dilemma: challenges outweigh potential?

The Chinese pet food market is among the fastest growing in the world, with sales increasing at least 25 percent a year and promising to continue rising at a similar pace for some time. Currently, only 2 to 4 percent of the Chinese population own pets, a share that’s likely to keep increasing as incomes also rise and more people welcome pets into their lives. And more of those people will start buying commercial pet food.

5. Pet food sales in China to reach U.S.$2.2 billion

Continuing its rapid growth, the Chinese pet food market is projected to reach U.S.$2.2 billion by the end of 2018, representing 21 percent year over year growth. George He, account director with GfK Retail and Technology China, presented this and other market data during Petfood Forum China 2018 on August 21 in Shanghai.
 

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