Pet Products Are Looking A Lot More Like Their Human Counterparts

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Posted: September 21 2020 @ 17:00 PM | From: www.adweek.com | Author: Lisa Lacy

Key Insight: Consumers see their pets as part of the family and want to make their well-being a priority. Sweet potato fry chews for dogs, freeze-dried minnows for cats and compostable waste bags are among the products in a new line of sustainable goods for pets from DTC brand Public Goods. A generation ago, these...

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