Pet food shortage: how to prepare your pet for a potential shortage
A potential pet food shortage is looming on the horizon and pet parents are starting to take notice. With the current state of the economy, it's not surprising that pet food would be one of the first items to be affected. So what can you do to prepare your pet for a potential shortage?
The first step is to make sure you have a stockpile of food. You don't want to run out of food in the middle of a shortage, so make sure you have at least a few weeks' worth of food on hand. You may also want to consider switching to a cheaper food brand. There are a lot of affordable options out there, and your pet will still be getting the nutrients she needs. You may also want to think about how you would provide food for your pet if a shortage occurred. Could you afford to buy pet food from a store? Or would you have to start cooking for your pet at home? There are a lot of recipes out there for pets.
Pet Food Supply Challenges
For each of the next five years, global demand for natural products will surpass global supply. Hence, we can realistically expect a gap between now and the end of the 2024 timeframe. (Of course, during this time, animals will continue to lose weight and humans will continue to gain weight.) These next five years could very well sum up the entire history of the modern pet industry but it won’t tell the whole story.
An important part of the story is that before the global pandemic hit, pet food was never far from our fingertips. Now, consumers are finding it harder to connect with what they need and want for their pet. As consumers look to fill marketplace shortages, supplements like Hemp Well are well-positioned to fill an important part of that demand.
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