Households ‘buy 3.2 million pets in lockdown’

This boom in animal ownership has resulted in unprecedented growth in sales for pet food manufacturers, including the two biggest, Mars and Nestlé, and has led to shortages of certain products. An industry that was already working close to capacity is now looking to expand production because, after all, a dog is for life, not just for lockdown.

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