Region: South America
Category: Pet Food

South America Pet Food

(48 reports matching your criteria)
  • Pet Food in Brazil (2020) – Market Sizes

    ... Market size comprises sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer. Market size for Pet Food in Brazil is given in BRL and tonne with a minimum of five years' historical data. Market Forecast ... Read More

  • Corn Gluten Feed Market, By Nature (Organic, Conventional), By Product Type (Wet corn gluten feed, Dry corn gluten feed), By Application (Ruminant animals, Poultry animals, Pet food, Aquafeed, Others), By Region (North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia

    ... America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa) - Size, Share, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2020 - 2027 Corn gluten feed (CGF) is a co-product obtained from wet-corn milling industry. The wet corn milling industry ... Read More

  • South America Pet Food Market - Growth, Trends and Forecast (2020 - 2025)

    ... economic and social changes in these countries are leading to increased urbanization, highincome growth, and a strong aesthetic sense among the consumers. Pet ‘humanization’, wherein human characteristics are ascribed to pets, is a direct consequence ... Read More

  • South America Pet Food Nutraceuticals Market - Growth, Trends and Forecasts (2020 - 2025)

    ... number of single families, rising animal healthcare costs, aging pet population are leading consumers looking for alternatives in the form of natural and organic products. Supplements are used as alternatives to drugs, by the veterinary ... Read More

  • Argentina Pet Food Market - Growth, Trends and Forecast (2020 - 2025)

    ... Pet Products Association (APPA) in 2019, the country is the third-largest market in South America for pet food. The market is dominated by dry pet food products, followed by wet pet food. Treats and snacks ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Peru

    ... that cats are more self-sufficient than dogs and can be left alone throughout the day while their owners work or go to school, they are ideal pets for people that are living increasingly busy lifestyles. ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Brazil

    ... new government, which ended up taking a long time to happen or not happen at all, and delayed the economic recovery and the market reaction for 2020. These economic issues contributed to increase raw material ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Colombia

    ... some pet owners trading up. In addition, the cat and dog populations continue to expand, with the number of cats seeing particularly strong growth. This is positively impacting volume sales, with the premiumisation and humanisation ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Peru

    ... Ongoing urbanisation resulting in a higher rate of small apartment construction rather than houses and, to a lesser degree, busier lifestyles in Peru also resulted in increasingly high demand for smaller pets. While dogs still ... Read More

  • Dog Food in Peru

    ... a rising number of owners that are increasingly aware of their pets’ needs, especially their nutrition. However, other than dog food that is distinguished by being labelled as optimum for a certain dog breed, size ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Brazil

    ... are both more verticalised and smaller, encouraging consumers to choose smaller pets that demand less space. Usually owned by small families with one child, or by older consumers who live on their own, other pets ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Colombia

    ... levels of small mammals like hamsters, birds, fish or reptiles. By law, ownership of reptiles is forbidden in Colombia and, with enforcement of laws regarding the protection of biodiversity, Colombians are conscious of the importance ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Brazil

    ... for smaller pets. Practicality is another important driver of purchasing decisions, since cats are more independent, requiring less effort to care for them and representing lower maintenance costs compared to dogs. These factors contribute to ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Colombia

    ... for cat food. The increasing adoption of homeless cats is contributing to narrowing the gap between ownership of dogs and cats. This can be seen in the fact that while, at the start of the ... Read More

  • Dog Food in Brazil

    ... to pets, resulting in a challenging scenario for economy segments. The additional challenges to small and regional brands are related to the distribution capacity, since most of these brands are sold exclusively in “other non-grocery ... Read More

  • Dog Food in Colombia

    ... population continues growing in Colombia, driven in part by increasing calls to adopt homeless pets, many of the new dogs are small dogs, as this is more convenient for owners to keep them in smaller ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Peru

    ... in smaller spaces to keep birds, fish, small mammals and reptiles, these types of pets are considered less trendy and have relatively little appeal for the majority of the Peruvian population. While some parents consider ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Chile

    ... steady. In October 2019, Chile started to experience a series of social protests in the streets demanding social justice, which also brought destruction, fires and the pillaging of many supermarkets and other stores. This social ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Argentina

    ... lower correlation with economic activity. This is due to cats being less willing to adapt to new food choices; whereas dog owners are easily able to trade down or switch to different products, this is ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Chile

    ... the dog population. Population growth and urbanisation are two strong factors affecting sales of cat food. In terms of population growth, even though the Chilean population is growing and expected to continue to grow in ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Argentina

    ... food with home-made options, which can easily be done for cats and dogs. Fish and reptiles need special pet food, and it is almost impossible to substitute them. Furthermore, some other pet food, for example, ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Chile

    ... few innovations or new product launches. Players are reluctant to invest in this area due to a lack of consumer interest, whilst retailers are also often reluctant to stock other pet food, which is linked ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Argentina

    ... 2015-2019, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new product developments, distribution or ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Chile

    ... products remained by far the largest category and continued to grow steadily, as consumers are always looking for products that make their lives easier and improve their pets’ wellbeing. Entertainment is a key driver of ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Argentina

    ... 2002 and 2009, sales of pet food were immune, due to low penetration of prepared food, versus homemade food. Prepared pet food is now more common in Argentina, as pet owners have increased knowledge on ... Read More

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