Consumer & Retail

Increasing consumer understanding and building trust.

Anyone who has opened the front door to mayhem after leaving a pet home alone will tell you that separation anxiety is more than a little crying when you leave the house. We’re here to help you learn to recognize pet separation anxiety – and manage it. By knowing the signs of anxiety and stress and working with your veterinarian to help your pet cope, you can help ease your pet’s transition as you return to school and the office. Be sure to check out our Five Simple Steps to Get Your Pet Ready for Your Return to School or Work – and  tune in to our podcast on the topic with Dr. Lisa Lippman, one of New York City’s premier veterinarians.

Building Consumer Trust Through Transparency

The 3rd annual Advancing Animal Welfare Together Symposium hosted by Merck Animal Health brought 100 food chain leaders together from farm to table at Indiana’s Fair Oaks Farms. Farmers, veterinarians and experts from restaurants and retail shared unique insights and perspectives in an open, transparent dialogue.

How do we build consumer trust in agriculture? Charlie Arnot, CEO, The Center for Food Integrity, shared insights on how to build trust through transparency and shared values.

How important is transparency from farm to table? Symposium participants share their views of transparency and animal welfare.

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Resources

Does Your Pet Have a ‘Pawblem’ Being Home Alone?

Is your pet ready to stay home alone? Be sure to check out our Five Simple Steps to Get Your Pet Ready for Your Return to School or Work.  

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How to Prepare Your Pets For Post-Pandemic Life

Learn how to make the transition to the new normal easier on your best bud with our Pet Parent Guide.

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Communicating with Consumers

Tell your agriculture story from a very personal perspective – your own. Learn more about the consumer’s point of view and how to share your story.

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Bridging the Gap

Consumers want to know how their food is grown and raised. Learn about their concerns and how to ease them one question at a time.

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