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The pet care market keeps growing; in 2013, the pet food segment alone was estimated at $28.2 billion consumers spend more and more disposable income on their pets, the opportunity and the competition for pet treats brands...
Manufacturers of consumer products and the companies that create packaging for them face many challenges today, often ones digital production methods help address. Manufacturers need to customize products to target many...
Industry growth and sales in 2014 has led the foodservice packaging industry to forecast even greater optimism for 2015 than last year, according to an annual survey conducted by the Foodservice Packaging Institute (FPI)....
The world of labeling and product decoration is changing at many levels, as AWA Alexander Watson Associates’ Global Labeling and Product Decoration Market Update 2015 confirms.   The established and more...
The supermarket industry's "center store" of shelf-stable and frozen products is hardly sedentary. Take sriracha hot sauce, as the center store very much did.  Huy Fong Foods' "Rooster Sauce...
As national brands continue to struggle with lower growth year to year in supermarkets, drug chains and mass merchandisers, store brands sales in all the major retail channels continue their upwards trend, setting new...
InfoTrends is pleased to announce a new study entitled The Future of Global Marketing Supply Chain Management. Findings from this study will provide a better understanding of the current state of—and emerging trends...
 Internet sales of pet products are on the upswing.  Market research publisher Packaged Facts estimates that online sales account for approximately 4% of the $44 billion U.S. market for pet products in 2014—...
The gluten-free market is cementing its staying power as more than a mere dietary fad and continues to make national headlines. In the retail sector, sales of gluten-free foods posted an impressive compound annual growth...
“If it comes in a package, it’s not real food.” I’ve heard this misconception countless times. Although given with good intentions, the advice is offensive to someone who works in the packaged goods...

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