Check out a Petfood Forum Asia presentation from Euromonitor International spotlighting the .
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Since the crash of socialism and the opening of borders for free trade the has been strongly dominated by international companies. According to data from Russia’s Association of Pet Food Producers, international pet food companies own an 80­–85 percent share in total pet food sales. However…
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Mars Petcare, both in the US and internationally, seems to bebusting at the seams with growth. Expanding production in countries like Russia and New Zealand, launching several new lines in India and the US,partnering with institutes and promoting research in England – Mars seems to be showingno signs of slowing down. With more new product releases than any other petfoodcompany in both cat and dog food, () Mars continues to remain aforce to be reckoned with, despite ending the production of Sheba cat foods andmore recall problems for Nutro in 2009. EMAIL: PET FOODS TRADING INTERNATIONAL SARL
Photo provided by FlickrPRO PAC Superpremium Pet Food is sold in more than 70 countries worldwide. Below is a list of international distributors of the PRO PAC line:
Photo provided by FlickrAFB International’s Nancy Rawson looks ahead at pet food ingredient sustainability in this September 2014  article.
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At AFB International, we’re serious about quality. We partner with pet food manufacturers to create better-tasting dog and cat foods, treats and supplements, meeting the specific needs of the pets and pet owners we all serve.To contact Iams Pet Food International N.V., please visit . Company data is provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. Please use this form to report any data issues. Iams Pet Food International N.V. provides food and pet care products for dogs and cats. The company is based in Coevorden, the Netherlands. Iams Pet Food International N.V. operates as a subsidiary of The Procter & Gamble Company.Every Diamond Pet Foods facility undergoes a yearly Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) audit administered by NSF International®, an industry-leading food safety audit firm, headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Good Manufacturing Practices are guidelines that ensure the product being produced has the “identity, strength, composition, quality, and purity that it is represented to possess.”The international market for pet food (which for purposes of this report refers to dog and cat food, HS code 230910) is on the rise. Global imports in fiscal year (FY) 2012 reached a record $4.5 billion, which is more than double the level a decade ago. Much of the increase in the value of trade has been price driven, due to higher ingredient costs and greater demand for high-end specialty and health-centered product, but volumes have also grown since 2002. This increase in trade follows booming global demand for pet food, much of which is met by domestic production in the top consuming countries. Growing pet populations combined with prepared dog and cat food replacing table scraps, are driving rising consumption. AFB International’s presence in Brasil continues to grow! We look forward to connecting with our Latin American customers at the 16th Congress of the Colegio Brasileiro de Nutricao Animal (CBNA) and Expo Pet Food Brasil 2017 on May 10 and 11 in Campinas, São Paulo.Registration is now open for Petfood Forum Europe 2017, which will be the third edition of the event being hosted as a partner to Victam International. have been announced, and will feature leading pet food subject-matter experts presenting their latest research and information on companion animal nutrition, novel ingredients, pet food safety and processing, pet food trends and market predictions on both the European pet food industry as well as the rest of the world, and new product development. This one-day conference will also provide numerous networking opportunities with fellow pet food professionals from throughout Europe, as well as other well-known pet food industry suppliers. The networking possibilities found at Petfood Forum Europe provide a unique platform for forming new partnerships, sharing ideas and can also help facilitate business transactions. Although Brasil continues to face economic challenges, the country’s pet food market is expanding modestly, according to Euromonitor International. Some key Brasil pet trends to watch and explore at CBNA and Expo Pet Food Brasil 2017 include: