After the pet food recall, retailers won consumers over with nutritional education systems and premium private-label lines
Center Store aisles were the unlikely setting for an emotional series of events that kicked off in the early months of 2007 with the Menu Foods pet food recall. Pet owners grew increasingly weary of ever-shrinking dog and cat food merchandising mixes and shelf holes that seemed to grow, along with anxiety levels, by the day. Many shelled out double what they'd previously paid for the premium, natural and organic dog and cat foods that remained on the shelf. Shoppers also dug deeper into ...
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