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Rare tortoises dumped outside Pets at Home store
Coletta & Tyson £100,000 pet store investment pays dividends
Leading pet firms compete for prestigious Product Innovation Award
Butch & Bess offering retailers 70% gross margin with new POS display
Betty & Butch products available at Dougal’s Den
Record number of new products on show at PATS Harrogate
High quality entries received for Pet Industry Awards 2014
Win tickets for Pet Industry Forum & Awards at PATS Harrogate
Stock a shampoo specifically formulated to suit top dog breeds
Advice on helping dogs cope with fireworks at PATS Harrogate
Research finds that small dogs can't go without their toothbrush
Sales of puppies and kittens in not a simple 'yes' or 'no', says the Pet Charity
It's not what you know...but who, says recruitment expert
Three hundred fish die in suspected attack on pet shop
Tyler provides premium pet food packaging
New additions to the unique Almo Nature range
New Night-Bright LED Safety Jacket from Rosewood
Johnson’s launches new Counter/Shelf Display box for Fipronil Spot-on
Pets poisoned by e-cigarette liquids on rise
Pet Trade Xtra New Products Guide
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The UK’s Number 1* normal nutrition specialist brand is proud to announce the launch of the new BETA Breed Specific Range.
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Tyler provides premium pet food packaging

Tyler Packaging has produced packaging for the launch of a brand of high-end pet food with luxury appeal.

Pet Food UK’s AATU brand targets health conscious consumers who are as keen to look after the health and wellbeing of their pets, as they are their own.

The flexible packaging company works in a range of industries, including human food, fitness supplements, garden products and the pet food industry.

Adam Kay, sales and technical director at Tyler Packaging, said: “We were tasked with developing and producing packaging that provided the optimum level of shelf appeal, whilst demonstrating the high end nature of the product to any prospective buyers.”

Paul Hunter, director at Pet Food UK, said he was pleased working with Tyler.

“The key was in the finer details. For example, they advised us to utilise as high a resolution an image as possible on the bags, promising us that it would make a huge difference to the overall appearance. They also advised on how we could manipulate different matt and gloss finishes to add depth and shine to convey that sense of quality.”

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