Tails are wagging for organic, all-natural and even 50-calorie packs of premium pet treats. Just as healthy snacking has taken on greater importance for humans, many consumers have adopted the same pricier policy for their furry friends. Retailers are capitalizing on the trend by dedicating points of prominence to these items in their pet aisles. “Money is no object when customers are buying pet treats,” said Andrew Gagner, grocery buyer for Central Market in Poulsbo, Wash. Bryan ...
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