Dogs and cats are more than just pets; they are members of the family. As a result, owners want to provide them with the best quality of life, which means high-quality food and treats. The following two reports take a closer look at the global pet food and frozen and freeze-fried pet food markets.
Statistics show that 36.5% of U.S. households own a dog and 30.4% own a cat.
Whether you're a car person or a dog person, though, there's no denying the fact that pets bring joy to our lives. They are usually there to greet you when you get home, and they are by your side when you fall asleep at night.
Because of this, it only makes sense to provide your pet with high-quality food.
The following two reports explore the global pet food market and frozen and freeze-fried pet food market, revealing both current and future prospective scenarios for the respective markets.
The Global Pet Food Industry Market Research report by The Market Reports is a comprehensive study of the global pet food market. Within this report, you'll find information on the market's size, definitions, classifications, growth drivers, challenges, upstream raw materials, downstream consumer analysis, marketing channels, feasibility of new investment projects and more.
In essence, this is a detailed analysis of the global pet food market and where it's headed.
Most pet food can be broken down into one of several categories, the most common of which is kibble. This dry food contains a precise blend of protein and nutrients to accommodate the pet's needs.
Canned food is another popular choice, which is typically wet and packaged in a can. There's also semi-moist pet food, which falls somewhere between kibble and canned food.
Regardless, all pet food is designed with a special blend of ingredients to provide pets with the highest nutritional value.
The Global Frozen and Freeze-Dried Pet Food Sales Market report by The Market Reports is a second professional study of the global pet food market, though it focuses specifically on frozen and freeze-fried pet food. This report covers much of the same information detailed in the first report.
However, it focuses on frozen and freeze-fried pet food. Some owners prefer frozen and freeze-fried pet food over "fresh" food because it offers a longer shelf life.
While fresh dog food may spoil in a short period of time, frozen and freeze-dried food stays good for months when properly stored. Therefore, it's a smart investment for financially savvy pet owners.
Some of the key frozen and freeze-fried pet food vendors profiled in this report include Primal Pet Foods, Steve’s Real Food, Stella & Chewy's, Bravo, Vital Essentials, Champion Petfoods, Stewart Brand Dog Food, Carnivora, K9 Natural, Canature Processing, Wisconsin Freeze Dried and others.
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