Posted at 23 August 2018

Cat owners like to cater to their cat preferences. They aspire to offer products best suited to their animal needs and expectations. Several studies already demonstrate that cats have individual preferences that can evolve over time.

Diana Pet Food's experts in palatability designed a unique study to define whether it was possible to identify cat populations showing similar food preferences. To fully understand cat food palatability drivers, the study included palatability data from both expert and in home cat panels.

Author: Julien Rogues, Statistician @Diana Pet Food


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