Hill’s Science Diet unveils revamped formulas and packaging
Hill’s Science Diet has embarked on a Vets Know Best tour as part of a marketing campaign showcasing the brand’s revamped formulas and packaging for many of its pet foods.
The Science Diet team is traveling from coast to coast sharing samples with pet owners and their pets. The tour’s next stop will be the State Fair of Virginia, featuring animals and agriculture, exhibits and shows, music and fine arts. From Sept. 27 to Oct. 6, pet owners are invited to stop by an interactive veterinary-like clinic to learn about pet nutrition and Science Diet. Visitors can talk with trained representatives about the new Science Diet foods and packaging and will receive samples for both dogs and cats. The Science Diet team will also be handing out coupons for free bags of treats and wet food along with animal-lover pins.
"We’re excited to bring our newly formulated Hill’s Science Diet foods to the State Fair of Virginia," said Chris Rector, marketing director, Hill’s U.S. "We’re passionate about making sure our products provide the best possible nutrition and look forward to letting pets throughout the state get their paws on our new and improved foods."
Hill’s Pet Nutrition Inc. manufactures Hill’s Prescription Diet brand pet foods, therapeutic pet foods available only through veterinarians, Hill’s Science Diet brand pet foods and the new Hill’s Ideal Balance sold through veterinarians and finer pet specialty stores.
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J.C. Penney falls to 13-year low
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New York — J.C. Penney Co.’s stock on Wednesday plunged to a 13-year low of $10.12 at the end of trading. The stock fell to $9.94, the lowest since January 2001, before recovering up to $10.12.
Industry experts credited the 15% plunge to reports that the chain did not have a good back-to-school season, with sales falling at the end August and into September. Investors have also been made wary by recent reports have indicated that the chain needs to raise more cash.
In a research note on Penney’s credit, Goldman Sachs raised concerns about the chain’s sales. "We expect 3Q and 4Q to be difficult, with comp store sales likely showing a slower-than-expected improvement,” Goldman said.
Last week, it was reported that Penney was trying to raise additional cash on top of the $3 billion it already had borrowed this year.
So will Penny have to file for Bankruptcy by 1st quarter 2014.
IHL: North America self-service kiosk transactions near $1 trillion
Franklin, Tenn. – The dollar value of transactions performed at self-service kiosks in North America surpassed $822 billion in 2012 and should reach more than $1 trillion by the end of 2014. Self-service kiosks are currently used in more than 100,000 checkout lanes at North American retailers.
The new “Service Kiosks Market Study” from IHL Research also indicates transactions at self-service kiosks in North America are growing at a rate faster than 7% per year. The study covers transactions at self-service kiosks where payment is currently or soon to be taken, in the six categories of self-checkout systems, ticketing kiosks, check-in kiosks, food ordering kiosks, postal kiosks and other retail kiosks.
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