Pet Foods (PFM) is trying a different approach to the grocery business in South Korea by using its online grocery stores to boost its organic products, and even give away some of its products.
The grocery chain has started selling products made with natural ingredients such as tomatoes and cucumbers, organic produce and berries.
It has also started selling organic and local products and it is planning to sell products with “no artificial colours, flavours or colours, no preservatives or flavours” in the near future.
The supermarket chain is also planning to increase the amount of organic produce it sells and offer it in more locations.
The organic brand, which has already expanded its reach in the country, has also been given a “sister brand” for the first time, with a brand name that is similar to that of the traditional pet food store Pet Food Shop (PFS).
The supermarket giant has already set up a branch in Korea, and plans to expand the branch further by opening branches in China and the United States, it said in a statement.
The organic brands are being developed through the collaboration between PFM and the Korea Organic Food Association, a national group of organic producers, which includes the Pet Foods brand.PFM has also launched a website that has a dedicated section for its organic pet products, which is now offering a range of products.PFS has also created a website for its products and a mobile app for consumers to buy the products, with the aim of promoting its organic brand.
The online store also allows customers to compare prices of the products.
A PFS spokesman said the website had also been made available on the mobile app, which the company is now using to promote the brands.
The spokesman said organic pet food products are now offered in the Korean market through a number of channels.
He said the PFS and Pet Foods brands are also being promoted on Korean television channels.
Pam Lee, a spokesperson for the Pet Food Association in Korea (KFAK), said organic brands can also be sold in China through PFS’s “Pet Food Shop”, which sells the brands in a variety of countries including the United Kingdom, Australia, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Germany, and Russia.
The KFAK also said that the Pet food chain had developed an online portal for consumers, and a new portal was being developed for online shoppers.
“We hope that the Korean consumer can see how the Pet foods can improve their health and wellbeing, and can make a real impact in the market,” said Lee.
The Korean food industry is also looking to increase its reach abroad.
The KFAYK said that in the United Nations, organic pet foods are being sold at the local level, and are being promoted at the international level as well.
In March, the KFAZ said it was developing a program to distribute organic pet supplies abroad.
“There are many organic pet supply stores in Korea that are already open to the public, but the PetFoodShop.com portal is the only portal where consumers can buy organic pet product online,” the statement said.