Competing with alternate channels for pet owners' dollars has been a ruff task for supermarket retailers, but several told SN that to become best in show, grocers need to continue to obey the simple rules associated with supply and demand.
As more and more American consumers open their homes to various species of animals, grocers are staying on top of the trends that ensue, which have, for the most part, mirrored those within the two-legged world with respect to attention to health and wide ...
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