Ten How pet brands can capture retail channel-surfing consumers (April 16)
Omnichannel sales are being driven by the wide variety of channels available to consumers and the need for brands to meet these consumers where they are.

NineWomen in the Pet Industry: Meet Kim Ryan of Hillenbrand (April 17)
This leader has spent the last decade providing pet food manufacturers with cutting-edge processing solutions to support what she described as “tremendous potential for growth."

EightNielsenIQ: Pet care growing faster than other departments (April 3)
Dollar sales for nearly all pet consumables categories continued on an upward trend both online and in-store in 2023, and this growth is outpacing other CPG categories.

SevenRoyal Canin unleashes new formulas to support gastrointestinal health (April 18)
According to Royal Canin, GI issues are the third and fourth most common issues in cats and dogs, respectively, and tailored nutrition can play a significant supporting role.

SixMilk-Bone, Dunkin’ partner to launch donut-themed treat (April 19)
The new Vanilla Glaze Flavor Biscuits are dipped and drizzled in a vanilla yogurt flavored coating, topped with sprinkles, and complete with a hole in the middle.

FivePurina promises new product innovation in 2024 (April 26)
According to Nestlé CEO Mark Schneider, the brand will launch more than 100 new products over the year in the United States alone.

Four Younger pet parents set to drive industry growth (April 4)
Fresh, refrigerated and frozen formats are witnessing significant growth as younger consumers begin to dominate pet ownership.

ThreeNiche pet food categories beating inflation (April 12)
Fresh/frozen, meal enhancers and freeze-dried were the only pet food segments to witness both dollar and unit growth in 2023, according to NielsenIQ.

TwoPet food, treat industry achieves $64.4 billion in sales for 2023 (April 1)
Pet food and treats accounted for 43% of the pet industry’s total $147 billion in sales in 2023, growing 10.8% over 2022 revenue.

OneSlideshow: Inside Hill’s new smart facility (April 9)
Smart technology runs the show at Hill’s Pet Nutrition’s $450 million wet pet food production factory in Tonganoxie, Kan. 

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