It was a perfect storm.
Pet owners are having trouble finding pet foods that meet their pet’s nutritional needs, and they’re increasingly turning to cheaper and less nutritious alternatives, according to Pet Food News.
Pet food companies are seeing an influx of pet food shoppers, as well as an influx in pet owners looking for better quality, affordable pet food.
The Super 1 Foods brand, which sells its products through pet food stores, has been selling pet food through its website for nearly a year.
Its products are marketed to pet parents with an emphasis on quality ingredients, but it doesn’t make a huge profit.
Super 1 is currently in the process of transitioning to a new online grocery store that is expected to launch in 2020.
The company said it expects to earn about $1.5 million a year from the transition, and that it expects a return on investment (ROI) of about 70 percent.
The move is the latest in a string of pet foods being phased out.
Companies like PetSmart and PetSmart Kids, which sell pet food products to kids, are also making the transition.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned pet food companies about potentially harmful ingredients in some of their products.
In November, the agency said that ingredients found in some pet food may be harmful to humans.
The agency also said that certain pet food brands were making misleading claims about their ingredients.
In response, Super 1 has taken steps to improve the food quality and labeling on its pet food by including “health and wellness” and “food safety” on pet food labels, and making the food safer to eat.
The brand has also added a nutritional labeling page on its website.
In a blog post, the company said the changes are necessary to meet consumer demand and to avoid the introduction of new contaminants into pet food that may have adverse health effects.
Super Food Foods, which is owned by Walmart, is a subsidiary of PepsiCo.