The U.S. Animal Nutrition Industry is the focus of the August 2009 Nutrition Business Journal. The role of NASC in providing a regulatory framework for the marketing of animal supplements is covered extensively throughout the issue.
In this issue, the growing pet market is explored from every product category – supplements, natural and organic foods, beverages, personal care and household items. NBJ also presents its 2008 sales estimates for the U.S. pet and animal market. Leading and emerging companies, brands and products, as well as industry trends, are also profiled.
Bill Bookout, NASC President, describes the regulatory landscape for animal supplements and explains what human nutrition companies could learn from the NASC approach (see the article on page 19). Interviews with representatives from numerous NASC member companies provide additional insight into the animal supplement industry. (A list of all NASC Members mentioned in the issue is found below.)
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NASC Members mentioned in the August 2009 issue of Nutrition Business Journal include the following companies:
21st Century Healthcare, Inc.
AHC Products, Inc. (AniMed)
Bomac Vets Plus, Inc.
Farnam Companies, Inc.
Grand Meadows Nutritional Products, Inc.
Gulf Coast Nutritionals, Inc. (Ark Naturals)
Halo Purely for Pets
Hartz Mountain Corporation
Novus International, Inc.
Old Mother Hubbard, Inc. (Wellness)
Only Natural Pet
Pampered Pet Treats
Rainbow Light Nutritional Systems, Inc.
ReNew Life Formulas, Inc.
Sergeant’s Pet Care Products
Teva Animal Health
Uckele Health & Nutrition, Inc.
United Pet Group (Eight in One Products)
Van Beek Natural Science
Veterinarian’s Best (The Bramton Co.)
Vitality Systems, Inc.