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With a focus on dog or cat owners, this report provides a demographic analysis of “new” pet owners, defined as those who have adopted a new pet within the last 12 months.
This Eating Trends report provides a topline data overview of continuity and changes in U.S. consumer retail shopping patterns for meat products, dairy products, and meat & dairy alternatives.
Distrust of “industrial food” has led some consumers to seek out new avenues for food, including local farmers’ markets and independent shops that source locally grown produce and products from locally raised animals.
Packaged Facts projects that the Internet will account for 26% of U.S. pet product sales by 2023, with PetSmart/Chewy and Amazon cornering 78% of this ecommerce.
With their laser-like focus on healthy eating, sophisticated tastes, and ample financial resources, the 42 million food shoppers with a household income of $150,000 or more exercise an outsize influence on the food industry.
This report segments affluent and high-net worth consumers and households, drilling down into their household finances, banking relationships and financial products and services usage and attitudes.
Specialty films are a $7.4 billion industry comprising a specialized subset of the much larger plastic film industry, which encompasses numerous products, including commodity packaging films, trash bags, retail bags, and agricultural film.