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The global pet food market is projected to register a CAGR of 4.6% during the forecast period. COVID-19 exerted a negative impact on the supply chains. Owing to the restrictions in the movement of raw materials, the pet food industry suffered initially in terms of supply and cash flow. On the other hand, demand for the pet food segment...

  • Pet Food
  • World
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

The Europe pet food market is projected to witness a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period (2021-2026). The COVID-19 pandemic has far-reaching implications within the pet food supply chain. Although there has been a lot done to guarantee the stability and continuity of supply at points of sales, there have been new costs and obstacles to...

  • Pet Food
  • Europe
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

Pet Care in Germany

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The COVID-19 crisis in 2020 and early 2021 has generated rising interest among German households in owning pets, as a result of home seclusion and the shift towards working from home, which has not only benefitted the dog and cat populations, but also the other pet population, notably small mammals. Pet Care in Germany report offers...

  • Cat Food
  • Dog Food
  • Pet Food
  • World
  • Pet Products Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

The Chinese pet food market is projected to register a CAGR of 3.8%, during the forecast period (2021-2026). The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching implications within the pet food supply chain. Although there has been a lot done to guarantee the stability and continuity of supply at points of sales, there have been new costs and obstacles...

  • Pet Food
  • China
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Pet Care in Ukraine

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The outbreak of COVID-19 in Ukraine in early March 2020 coincided with a change of government, and the resultant disruption initially slowed the implementation of measures to contain the pandemic. Nonetheless, from 12 March all educational institutions in the country were closed – most did not reopen during the remainder of the academic year...

  • Cat Food
  • Dog Food
  • Pet Food
  • Ukraine
  • World
  • European Union
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

The United States Pet Veterinary Supplements Market was Valued at USD 2,262.5 in 2020 is projected to reach USD 3,334.1 registering a CAGR of 6.7% during the forecast period 2021-2026. Being the largest pet food market in North America, the US pet food market’s growth is attributed to increased pet ownership. Due to the restrictions...

  • Pet Food
  • Dietary Supplement
  • United States
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Health Expenditure

The market for pet food in the United States is projected to register a CAGR of 4% during the forecast period 2020-2025. Being the largest pet food market in North America, the United States pet food market’s growth is attributed to the increase in pet ownership. The recent rise of pet humanization wherein pets are treated with increased care...

  • Pet Food
  • In-Store Retail
  • United States
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

The Asian pet treats market is projected to register a CAGR of 5.7% during the forecast period(2020-2025). The population of pets is projected to increase during the forecast period, owing to factors, such as pet humanization and the rapid adoption of pets in potential markets in the Asian countries. This factor is expected to boost the market...

  • Pet Food
  • Asia
  • China
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

A marginal drop in the small mammal population is predicted for 2022 in Hong Kong. There was a rise in popularity for small mammals such as hamsters and guinea pigs in 2021 as they make attractive pets for small children, whilst also being supported by the popular culture animation Pui Pui Molcar. However, there was a fifth wave of COVID-19...

  • Pet Food
  • China
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Expenditure

Danish pet food producer Natural Brande A/S, which is present in all pet food categories with its Arion brand, decided to withdraw from fish food sales in 2021. An ongoing decline in the pet fish population and strong competition from international brands led the company to re-evaluate the potential of fish food with it choosing to instead...

  • Pet Food
  • Denmark
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Fuel Sales

While small mammal/reptile food registered a positive performance in volume terms in 2020 and 2021 supported by an increase in the small mammal population during the COVID-19 crisis, the category looked set to return to decline in 2022. During the pandemic, children were not in school for much of the time and had very limited social interaction....

  • Pet Food
  • Israel
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Fish Sales

Other pet food is still a minor category in South Korea. The total value size is set to reach KRW11 billion in 2022, but the number of products available in retailing channels is limited. Other Pet Food in South Korea report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest...

  • Pet Food
  • South Korea
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Shopping Penetration

Other pet food is to witness only marginal current value growth levels in 2022, replicating the performance experienced in 2021. Unlike cats and dogs, small animals are increasingly receiving treats from their owners. Most commonly, rodents tend to receive more treats as they need to consume challenging textures to ensure proper dental care....

  • Pet Food
  • Sweden
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

While retail constant value sales (2022 prices) of other pet food did receive a boost from the pandemic in 2020, it was to a lesser extent than for either dog or cat food. This was mainly because owners are generally much less likely to anthropomorphise and indulge birds, fish, small mammals and reptiles. During 2020, snacks and supplements...

  • Pet Food
  • Norway
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Food Production

Retail volume and current value growth was strong for other pet food in 2021, which is set to continue, although to a lesser extent, in 2022. This is a continuation of the strong growth seen in 2020. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, people have spent more time at home, and many have sought companionship from a pet. Other Pet Food in...

  • Pet Food
  • United States
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

The cat population continues to grow in China, with new pet owners favouring cats for their cuteness and the ease of taking care of them within an urban environment. Young city dwellers, which typically have limited living space, and, in many cases, are single, prefer a cat as a companion as it does not require a lot of space and does not...

  • Cat Food
  • China
  • Pet Food Sales

The premiumisation trend continues to have a massive impact on cat food, despite the economic challenges imposed by the pandemic, as cat owners are continually looking for products with the best quality, sourcing and nutritional components for their pet’s health. Dry cat food is generally considered to be richer in terms of preserving nutrients...

  • Cat Food
  • Australia
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Consumer Confidence Index

Dry dog food is the dominant choice for many dog owners in Greece accounting for over half of dog food sales by value in 2022. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, dry food has seen its popularity surge since it is the more economical choice for Greeks. During the pandemic, household expenditure was limited so consumers had the tendency to buy more...

  • Dog Food
  • Greece
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Disposable Income

After a stellar 2020, when pandemic restrictions boosted demand, the rate of growth in retail constant value sales (2022 prices) of cat food decelerated sharply in 2021 and continued to slow during 2022. Premiumisation remained the main driver of growth, with premium brands like Farmina, which were once mainly sold through pet shops and veterinary...

  • Cat Food
  • Norway
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Retail Revenue

After a stellar 2020, when demand was boosted by a significant increase in the population of pet dogs in the context of pandemic restrictions, the rate of growth in retail constant value sales (2022 prices) of dog food decelerated sharply in 2021 and continued to slow during 2022. However, local consumers continued to switch to premium brands...

  • Dog Food
  • Norway
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Fertility Rate

The rate of growth in retail constant value sales (2022 prices) of cat food slowed significantly in 2022, as the boost to demand provided by the pandemic in 2020 (which led to an acceleration in the rate of growth in the country’s feline population) continued to fade. Wet cat food accounts for the bulk of value sales and is also more dynamic...

  • Cat Food
  • Finland
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Life Expectancy

In 2022, cat food is expected to see slower retail volume and current value growth as Sweden moves past the COVID-19 pandemic and stabilisation occurs to some extent. Nonetheless, cat food will continue to perform well with growth rates closer to pre-pandemic levels, underpinned by a rise in cat ownership since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic...

  • Cat Food
  • Sweden
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Rising dog ownership, which was triggered by greater time spent at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, continues to spearhead growth in dog food in 2022. In 2021 alone, Sweden exceeded the registered dog count by more than a million with a record number of new puppies and dogs entering new homes. This trend has had a favourable impact on dog...

  • Dog Food
  • Sweden
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

While many countries turn to local production when looking for quality and sustainability, Danish pet owners value high quality cat food over domestic sourcing. While there are Danish pet food manufacturers like Kingsmoor which boast about locally caught fish for cat food, the average Dane still tends to choose the product which they perceive...

  • Cat Food
  • Denmark
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

With COVID-19 restrictions continuing to be utilised at various points in Denmark throughout 2021 this continued to support an ongoing rise in the number of people getting a puppy. However, it is worth noting that alongside this there was also an increase in the number of dog abandonments in 2021 and in early 2022 as employees gradually started...

  • Dog Food
  • Denmark
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Disposable Income

The fact that consumers spent more time at home and, therefore, with their pets during the COVID-19 crisis served to enhance the pet humanisation trend. This, in turn, increased consumers’ willingness to pay higher prices for better quality cat food and their desire to treat their pets. While consumers used to give their pets any food, now...

  • Cat Food
  • Israel
  • Pet Food Sales

During the COVID-19 crisis, many dogs were adopted and purchased as people spent more time at home and wanted more companionship for themselves and their children, given the limitations on conventional in-person social interactions. There was also a large shift of families that moved out of small apartments in big cities to the periphery with...

  • Dog Food
  • Israel
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Life Expectancy

Sales of dog food in Bulgaria continue to see strong growth in value and volume terms in 2022. Stronger value growth is mainly due to the price increases being seen as a result of high inflation and an increase in transportation costs. In addition, a jump in the cost of the raw materials used in some economy dry food products has also created...

  • Dog Food
  • Bulgaria
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Having risen during 2020, Canada’s canine population declined during both 2021 and 2022. Some of the people who got dogs in an effort to relieve the boredom of lockdown during 2020 have given them up. As the economy began to open up again and local consumers spent less time at home, some of them found that they lacked the time required to...

  • Dog Food
  • Canada
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Cat food saw particularly dynamic retail volume and current value growth in 2020, due to the stockpiling of essentials in the early stages of the pandemic. The rate of increase slowed in 2021, as the stocks built up in 2020 were used up. Although growth rates are expected to slow once again in 2022, they will remain dynamic, along with the...

  • Cat Food
  • Thailand
  • Pet Food Sales