The pet food industry saw an annual revenue of $19 billion in 2012. This industry serves a nation where 75 million dogs and 85 million cats reside. Since the 1950’s, manufacturing processes used for producing human cereal were modified to make dry pet food demanded by the market. Sold at your local stores and grocery, specialized pet stores such as PetSmart see a revenue of $7 billion a year. Trends are dictating the desire of pet owners to have more home goodness options, sprouting up dozens of natural food producers. The following collection of cat food logos and brands are compiled below, representing majority of the market segments.
Recent statistics have shown that pet owners are spending more money than ever on their domestic pets. From luxury grooming and treats, to anything that can make them more comfortable in daily living. Mass production of pet foods relies heavily on secondary products left from human food production, making this industry face a potential outlay of unique issues in the future with sustainability during increasing demand.
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