Canagan crowned winner of GIMA PetQuip Export Achievement Award

October 14, 2016

Premium pet food brand Canagan has been named the winner of the Garden Industry Manufacturer’s Association (GIMA) PetQuip Export Achievement Award. The award was designed to recognize success in selling British pet care products in international markets.

Following its launch in the U.K. in 2012, Canagan has expanded to selling its products across 35 countries. Part of the Symply Group, Canagan initially targeted export markets at large scale pet food exhibitions, Interzoo Germany and Zoomark Italy, and consequently quickly increased its presence in European, Asian and Middle Eastern markets.

“We are thrilled to be recognized for our achievements in overseas markets, especially with an award as prestigious as those of the GIMA PetQuip Awards,” Canagan Managing Director Eddie Milbourne said. “After years of consistent hard work and increased focus to leverage growth internationally, it is hugely satisfying to have our efforts recognized and certainly motivates us to continue our strategy to offer high quality pet food to consumers all over the world.”

With its focus on good nutrition and natural ingredients, Canagan is building a strong following among pet owners globally.

“The brand ethos, product performance and rapid growth has gained Canagan a reputation as one of the leading grain free pet food brands in Europe,” the GIMA PetQuip judges said.

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