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North Norfolk pet shop for sale
Dog Rocks appoints new Head of Sales
More than a million dog owners still to microchip pets, as law comes into force
Johnston & Jeff launches new birdfood range in pouches
Burgess urges vets to suppport Rabit Awareness Week
FELIWAY FRIENDS tackles cat squabble problems
Leading experts in natural pet care unite for DogTastic Live
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High court clampdown on puppy farm protestors outside pet shop
Pets at Home celebrates 25 years with social media campaign
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BVA launches election manifestos calling for action on animal welfare
Stricken dog saved by PDSA vets after horror injury
SunLife calls for pet insurance to be mandatory
Town and Country Petfoods strengthens HiLife team
Hilton Herbs rebrands cat supplements
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Town and Country Petfoods strengthens HiLife team

Town and Country Petfoods, the company behind the HiLife brand for cats and dogs, is strengthening its team with three new employees.

Juliet Soffe will be joining the Melton Mowbray-based business as senior national accounts manager, alongside new product manager Ashlie Langford and quality and specifications technologist Jaymini Tailor.

Juliet will be helping to grow the brand with key target customers including the major supermarkets where HiLife is stocked.

Ashlie is to become the first dedicated product manager within the business and will be responsible for helping the company stay ahead of trends, developing new lines and helping to shape the brand strategy.

In the new role of quality and specifications technologist, Jaymini will be working alongside suppliers and customers to maintain the brand and ensure that new products are brought to market.

Peter Parkinson, marketing director at Town and Country Petfoods, said: “We pride ourselves on our constant innovation and a market-based approach to product development which has helped us stay at the forefront of our market.

“We have strengthened our team to enable us to continue delivering our ongoing programme of new and innovative products. We are looking forward to Juliet, Ashlie and Jaymini joining the business and helping us to take the next steps.”

Pictured, from left to right: Ashlie Langford, Juliet Soffe and Jaymini Tailor.

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