DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ResearchAndMarkets.com published a new article on the cat food industry, "Cat Food Sees 162% Growth as Panic-Buying Extends to Pet Care Amid Coronavirus Fears"
The COVID-19 pandemic has driven some consumers to stockpile food and essential goods and feline family members have not been forgotten. In the US, sales of cat food saw a 38.7% increase during the week ending March 21 as consumers tried to ensure their cats had enough food to last through a lockdown.
There has been a reversal of the trend towards premium cat foods as a result of the financial uncertainty brought about by COVID-19. Many consumers are prioritizing good value for money and moving to less expensive cat foods. There has also been a huge increase in the demand for dry cat food since this can be cheaper, longer-lasting and more energy dense than wet cat foods.
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