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Natural Pet Product Merchandiser December 2011

 Natural Pet Product Merchandiser

Natural Pet Product Merchandiser - December 2011

Contents - December 2011

Roundtable: Natural and Green  
Retailers and manufacturers try to define "natural" and "green" and share advice for getting customers to buy more product. Read roundtable»

Natural Treats
Selecting which natural treats to stock is one part of the retail equation. Read more»

Natural Food
Ignoring customer demand or offering too little product can have negative consequences on a retailer's bottom line.

Natural Grooming Products 
Customers want stripped-down formulas and simple solutions.

Natural Supplements
Selling them can be a breeze for retailers who listen to pet owners, do simple research and choose the right inventory.

Profile: The Big Bad Woof
Two stores in the Washington, D.C., area emphasize environmental sustainability, the local economy and treating employees well.

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