Quality and safety concerns are two driving forces behind pet owners continuing to demand USA-made nonconsumable products.
Today's dog owners want more than a guarantee that foods and treats are made in the USA.
Cat owners continue to up the ante with their expectations of quality and transparency when it comes to made in the USA treats and diets for their pets.
Thanks to consumers' increased focus on safety and demand for transparency, the market for made in the USA pet foods is booming.
Whether companies are embracing a global perspective, a national push or a smaller, local effort, the benefits of giving back to community are far-reaching.
Manufacturers reveal the challenges and opportunities of ingredient sourcing in the states.
Pet owners don't just want U.S.-made food—they are seeking domestically manufactured goods in a wide range of categories.
The dog food and treat category has seen an influx of products made in the USA as owners increasingly seek out consumables they perceive as being more trustworthy and safer.
Today's cat owners are looking for nutrient-rich foods and treats that are reputably sourced and made.
The demand for domestically manufactured products is expanding beyond food into other product categories.
Increasingly discerning pet owners are demanding assurances of safety and quality from made in the USA brands they can trust.
Manufacturers champion the importance of American-made products and explain why giving back is important.
The “made in the USA” label is a welcome sign to a growing number of pet owners seeking high quality, safety and transparency.
Dog owners want to be confident in the foods and treats they give their dogs, and they are increasingly trusting of fare sourced and made in the USA.
Consumers are asking questions about the sourcing and production of cat food, and many are equating USA-sourced ingredients with higher quality and safety standards.
Pet specialty retailers and product manufacturers strive to meet the growing demand for made in the USA products.
More manufacturers are moving their production to the U.S., giving retailers the opportunity to tout pet products that are made in the USA.
Highlighting products that are produced in the USA hits home with consumers, who often perceive these items to be held to higher safety standards.
Retailers share what they believe the definition of Made in the USA should mean and what industry and customer trends they're seeing on the front lines where American products are or are not being bought. Manufacturers respond with the triumphs and challenges of sourcing, manufacturing and employing in the U.S.
Products made in the USA are increasingly popular, but the trend might be regional.
Increase sales and keep customers happy by giving them the USA-made products they seek.
With pet safety and consumer awareness in mind, more retailers and manufacturers confirm the sources of Made in the USA dog foods and all their ingredients.