Upscale canned products, nutritional foods, superpremium dry foods and real meat ingredients and are what today's finicky cat owners are craving for their pets. Supermarkets are responding by expanding their cat food departments to include a wider variety, including superpremium veterinarian-type items and upscale canned goods, including pates and chowders. Many are also including a wider breadth of treats and ancillary items, such as leashes and carriers, in an effort to collar sales that ...

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