18 reports

Pet Care in Israel

1750 2100 1375

Due to global increases in the cost of raw materials, energy and transportation, as well as shortages of workers, manufacturers of pet food and pet products announced significant price increases early in 2022. These price increases affected all the categories of the pet care market. Although the rise in prices did not have a strong impact...

  • Pet Care
  • Israel
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Pet Care in Brazil

1750 2100 1375

As 2020 ended, hope emerged in the face of COVID-19: vaccination. In January 2021, the first Brazilian citizen was immunised in the state of São Paulo. However, the slow pace of vaccination and the emergence of new variants meant that the worst impact of the disease was recorded in 2021. The vaccination campaign accelerated, and by the beginning...

  • Pet Care
  • Brazil
  • Pet Products Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

Pet care in South Korea is expected to record further strong current value growth in 2022. As bonding between consumers and their pets during the pandemic has strengthened, supported by greater time spent at home, owners have had an opportunity to focus on their pets’ wellbeing, health and mood, increasingly taking a holistic approach. Pet...

  • Pet Care
  • South Korea
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Pet Care in Greece

1750 2100 1375

Since the COVID-19 pandemic there has been a big increase in pet adoptions and a shift in attitudes whereby Greek pet owners are now investing more in their pet’s health and wellbeing. The lockdown itself brought pets closer to humans, raising their profile in family life and attracting a bigger portion of consumer expenditure. Moreover, as...

  • Pet Care
  • Greece
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Pet Care in Ireland

1750 2100 1375

Irish pet care saw a boom in sales in 2020 following the outbreak of COVID-19 and the category is set to see steady growth in current value terms in 2022. The pet population rose as a result of the home seclusion seen in response to the pandemic and has continued to stimulate sales across pet care in 2022. Ireland is well-known for the high-quality...

  • Pet Care
  • Ireland
  • Pet Products Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

Having surged at almost a double-digit rate during 2020 in the midst of the pandemic, pet care retail constant value sales (2022 prices) slowed for the second year in a row during 2022. Cat food and cat litter remained the strongest performers, reflecting strong growth in Singapore’s feline population. Pet Care in Singapore report...

  • Pet Care
  • Singapore
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Pet Care in Thailand

1750 2100 1375

Thailand contended with a third wave of COVID-19 in 2021, which led case numbers to soar, with deaths climbing to double- and triple-digits a day in 2021. The Thai government’s initial response, which included a national lockdown and shutting the borders, helped limit the spread of infection. Lessons were also learned from the first and second...

  • Pet Care
  • Thailand
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

In the wake of bulk- and panic-buying, coupled with the surges in the pet population seen in 2020, and to a lesser extent 2021, pet care in the UK is notably set to continue to see positive volume and current value performances in 2022. The growth rates are, however, expected to be less significant than those seen in 2021, with the return...

  • Pet Care
  • United Kingdom
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Pet Care in Italy

1750 2100 1375

Overall, retail volume and current value growth rates over 2022 are projected to be in line with 2021 results, with a slight uptick in value terms and a very marginal slowdown in volume terms. Importantly, the pet population in Italy continues to grow. While the return to pre-Coronavirus (COVID-19) work and social norms has accelerated, many...

  • Pet Care
  • Italy
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Saudi Arabia is focused on its Vision 2030, “The land of Opportunities”, strategy. In the past 10 years Saudi Arabia has shifted its focus towards foreign private investors which in turn has led to a global shift in the way Saudi Arabia is viewed by investors and other markets. A large number of leading foreign companies are now relocating...

  • Pet Care
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Pet Products Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

The pandemic has also provided a significant boost to demand for dog and cat treats and mixers. As pet owners spent more time with their pets, they built closer bond and treat them as friends or family members (even as ersatz children). Thus, pet treats are often given to their pets as reward and to spend more time together. Pet Care...

  • Pet Care
  • Indonesia
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Pet Care in Bulgaria

1750 2100 1375

Pet care in Bulgaria is growing at a healthy pace, partly due to it being a relatively underdeveloped area, with almost two-thirds of owners still feeding their cats and dogs non-prepared food. Furthermore, growth is also being fuelled by ongoing growth in the dog and cat population, with the home seclusion created by COVID-19 encouraging...

  • Pet Care
  • Bulgaria
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

The pet food industry boomed during the pandemic as New Zealanders confined to their homes during lockdown restrictions turned to animals for companionship, and therefore pet ownership grew in unprecedented numbers over 2020-2021. The upward trend in pet acquisition and ownership is expected to stabilise over 2022, which is likely to be linked...

  • Pet Care
  • New Zealand
  • Pet Products Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

Pet Care in Romania

1750 2100 1375

The performance of pet care in 2022 is not expected to be as strong as in the previous year due to strongly limited growth in the number of pets. This is because the pandemic is coming to an end, allowing consumers to spend more time outside the home and feel less lonely. This is reducing the incentive for adoption and increasing the abandonment...

  • Pet Care
  • Romania
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Pet Care in Colombia

1750 2100 1375

Pet care in Colombia continues to display robust growth in 2022, despite the strong increase in prices, mainly in pet food. High prices are caused by the global supply chain, and, additionally in Colombia, the devaluation of the exchange rate has caused inflationary pressures, as is occurring worldwide. Pet Care in Colombia report...

  • Pet Care
  • Colombia
  • Pet Food Sales
  • Pet Products Sales

Home seclusion and the greater amount of time spent with pets amid the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and in the first half of 2021 has had a positive impact on demand for pet products, and has also boosted demand for premium products, while pet healthcare sales have benefitted from pet owners paying greater attention to pet health during the pandemic. Pet...

  • Pet Supply
  • Pet Food
  • Pet Care
  • World
  • Pet Products Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

Having reached its highest level in a decade during 2020, the rate of growth in retail current value sales of pet products will decelerate moderately during 2021. Other pet products, such as pet toys, grooming products and accessories, dominate retail current value sales of pet products, and these products were in particularly high demand...

  • Pet Food
  • Pet Care
  • Cat Food
  • World
  • Pet Products Sales
  • Pet Food Sales

TrendSights Analysis: Out-of-Home Summary "TrendSights Analysis: Out-of-Home" provides insight into all occasions when a consumer makes a deliberate stop to use or enjoy a product away from their home, be it eating out at a restaurant, going to a hair salon, or eating lunch at their desk at work. Brands can use this trend...

  • Alcoholic Drink
  • Personal Care
  • Beverage
  • Household Cleaner
  • Bar
  • Pet Care
  • Full Service Restaurant
  • Boxed Meal
  • Advertising
  • World
  • Latin America
  • Disposable Income
  • High Net Worth Individuals Number