MarketLooks: The U.S. Pet Supplies Market

 
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Published Aug 15, 2001 | 25 Pages | Pub ID: ML0992

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"The U.S. Pet Supplies Market"

Abstract from full report:

This fully updated report from Packaged Facts analyzes the $5 billion market for non-food pet supplies, covering products for all pet types. The report offers a detailed dis-cussion of market size and composition, distribution and retail trends, and the role of the Internet, providing market projections through 2005. Quantitative analyses derive from sources such as IRI InfoScan sales-tracking data and Simmons Market Research Bureau consumer surveys.


The Products
Market Size and Growth
Market Composition
Projected Market Growth
Marketer Overview
Marketing Trends
Retail Dynamics
Competitive Profiles

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