Finicky felines are feasting better than ever as more and more owners reach for cat food with an upscale, gourmet twist. The gourmet segment of the category -- dominated by products with names like Amore and Sheba -- has been able to maintain a stronghold on the pet food shelves of many supermarkets despite the stormy economic times of the last several years, said retailers contacted by SN. Most of the grocery buyers interviewed said gourmet dinner sales are growing, at rates ranging from ...

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