Pet Food Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

The global food pet market will reach $56 million in 2015, according to a Global Industry Analyst report. Patterns vary internationally with cultural norms and economic conditions, but general trends toward lower birthrates, smaller families, and growing middle-class populations have revolutionized the attitudes and spending patterns of pet owners, especially in the pet food category.

By type of pet, pet food is generally classified into dog food, cat food, and other pet food. Dog and cat foods can be subdivided into dry packaged, wet/moist (usually in cans, but also in pouches), treats (which are increasingly functional or in positioning, rather than simply indulgent), and frozen/refrigerated (often with a focus on superpremium quality and product freshness).

Dog and cat foods, which account for the bulk of the pet food market, are also positioned among one of more of the several categories. These include active/outdoors, functional, gourmet, lifestage, natural/organic, premium, weight control and size/breed.

MarketResearch.com’s extensive collection of research studies on the pet food market will provide the competitive analysis and perspectives you need geographically (global, regional, or national), by type of pet, by type or class of pet food and treats, and by key manufacturing and retailing issues such as ingredient and formulation trends, packaging innovation, and online retailing.

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Pet Food Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Other Pet Food in Germany

    ... pets are increasingly less frequently given as presents to children. As this trend is forecast to continue undermining volume growth prospects over the forecast period, manufacturers are likely to seek growth opportunities mostly through providing ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Greece

    ... declines were registered in the bird and reptile pet populations. This is due to the fact that these types of animals are often costly to keep. For example, reptiles require special lamps and appeal only ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Malaysia

    ... remain fairly undeveloped for other pets such as fish, birds, small mammals and reptiles. In addition, many view these pets as requiring more time-consuming care regimes, with fish requiring frequent maintenance in terms of water ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Norway

    ... with its Sensitive series that is gluten-free. The development of premium food is steadily boosting unit prices in small mammal/reptile food. However, the overall impact of premiumisation remains restrained in other pet food, particularly as ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Slovakia

    ... the condition of their pets. Innovation is also helping drive the premiumisation trend. For example, Sera introduced a number of new products towards the end of the review period, including Vipan, with these fish flakes ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Spain

    ... The population declines are linked to a number of factors, including the increasing popularity of dogs and cats and their reputation for companionship and relatively easy maintenance; small mammals are also seeing an increase in ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in the Philippines

    ... species and reptiles. The category’s growth is expected to remain dependent on the increased number of birds, fish and small mammals/reptiles kept as household pets. As activities by companies to improve interest in bird, fish ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Turkey

    ... comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2015-2019, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Ukraine

    ... nutrition and also greater indulgence. Despite often being small in size, keeping other pets can be an expensive undertaking due to the specialist equipment which is needed, such as aquariums and cages. This means that ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Slovakia

    ... cats with sensitive digestion, has become popular. This has a high meat content with 36% crude protein content and contains Omega 3 and Omega 6, vitamins and minerals as well as a high content of ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Germany

    ... volume terms in 2020. Growth for current value sales will mostly be due to sales growth recorded in pet superstores, which is helping premium wet cat food outperform lower-price categories. The trend towards single-serve smaller ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Hong Kong, China

    ... and wet cat food, owners’ preference is leaning towards authentic meat in the search for a high protein and low carbohydrate diet. To cat owners, the label “natural” today does not merely equate to “naturally ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Spain

    ... over the forecast period. Indeed, as a result of rising disposable incomes, a growing number of cat owners are now willing to spend more on their cats, considering them to be valued family members. In ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Switzerland

    ... weight management, urinary disease prevention, vision enhancement, vitality and age- and breed-specific features, to provide their cats with the best possible diet. In this vein, wet cat food is set to continue to outperform dry ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Taiwan

    ... own a cat, an increase of more than 200% compared to the number of cats owned at the start of the review period. In all, the cat population reportedly reached nearly a million in 2020. ... Read More

  • Cat Food in the Philippines

    ... growing interest in cats as household pets, as cats are carnivores and thus difficult to feed with table scraps such as rice. Industry players agree that the prepared food percentage for cats is higher than ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Ukraine

    ... by new launches and improvements in economic conditions. Players launched new products towards the end of the review period, such as Josera Ukraina’s Josera Carismo variant aimed at preventing renal failure by offering tailored nutrition. ... Read More

  • Dog Food in Austria

    ... is expected to continue to do so over the forecast period. The pet humanisation trend is rapidly gaining ground. A growing number of consumers are treating their canine companions as family members, driving premiumisation in ... Read More

  • Dog Food in Denmark

    ... a frequently discussed topic, often reported upon in a wide range of media. Indeed, several recent articles have discussed various ways dog owners can ensure their pets’ wellbeing, including by feeding them high-quality, innovative food ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Austria

    ... than dog food and other pet food. Following fish, cats are the most popular pets in Austria, and the pet humanisation trend will continue to fuel demand for high-quality products aimed at pampered pets. Cat ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Germany

    ... regularly use cat litter. Sales may benefit also from a greater awareness of the types of materials used among cat owners. This is encouraging a shift towards clay litter and away from products such as ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Denmark

    ... sales declined, again, reflecting the pattern seen during the review period. The rise in volumes sales suggests pet owners are being influenced by the premiumisation trend, increasingly opting for more expensive, higher-quality and often specialised ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Germany

    ... preservatives are increasingly popular, including products such as cat and dog treats. These are increasingly seen as an integral part of a regular diet for pets rather than purely to be consumed as a snack. ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Greece

    ... better suitability to small apartment living. Dogs continue to be popular as pets on the country’s islands and in non-urban areas. Pet adoption grew in 2019, notably for small dogs and cats as they are ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Malaysia

    ... the fact that Malaysia is a predominantly Muslim country. Many Muslim consumers are attracted to cats as companions, while generally viewing pet dogs as forbidden under Islamic law. There is thus a large consumer base ... Read More

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