Bob Martin launches complete condition adult dry dog food in 15kg bags
Jun 7th, 09:06
In response to consumer demand, Bob Martin, the household name in the pet food, grooming and healthcare market since 1892, has introduced their Complete Condition Adult Dry dog food in bulk 15kg bags.
The Bob Martin Complete Condition range has been very well received by consumers and their dogs and now offers consumers the convenience of a pack size that will last longer when feeding larger breed dogs, or a household with a number of dogs. The 15kg bags are available in both popular beef and chicken flavours at leading retail outlets at a recommended retail price of R239.99. Click here for more information on Bob Martin
Beeno the market leader in the dog snacks and treats category with an 83% market share understands that innovation is a key growth driver and has extended their dog snacks and treats range to include two new exciting products.
The 2013 South African Guide-Dogs Association (SAGA) ‘Diamond Jubilee’ Ball, marking the 60th anniversary of the Association, was held this past Saturday 28th September at Montecasino.
Bob Martin has launched a new ultra-fine kitten litter specifically designed to be gentle on a kitten’s sensitive little paws, allowing for an easier and less traumatic introduction to house training.
Buy any Bob Martin healthcare product from any store nationwide and sms "Bob Martin", your name and the last four digits of the barcode to 34517 to enter.
May wholesale trade up 8.7%
20/07/2012 - 08:31
Johannesburg - Wholesale trade sales at constant prices for May grew by 8.7% year-on-year (y/y) compared with a 9.5% y/y growth in April‚ Statistics SA data showed on Thursday.
Western Cape economy cools down
13/07/2012 - 08:05
Cape Town – Together with the chilly Cape weather the Western Cape economy is also cooling down, as is evident from the May Sake24 and BoE Private Clients Western Cape Barometer.
Cheaper oil, food put lid on inflation
22/06/2012 - 07:43
The price of Brent crude oil fell below $91 a barrel yesterday, a price last seen in December 2010, from this year’s high of $124 in March.
Tough trading likely to continue — Pick n Pay
19/06/2012 - 08:58
The country’s second-largest retailer, Pick n Pay (PIK), is operating in a time of tightened consumer spending, increased competition in the retail sector, and increased food inflation and utility costs, the retailer’s chairman, Gareth Ackerman, said on Friday.
‘Shocking’ fall in factory output raises fears over exports
11/05/2012 - 08:20
Manufacturing output contracted unexpectedly in March, suggesting that the recession in Europe is already taking a toll on exports and signalling growth in the economy may be slowing more sharply than expected.