Pet food manufacturers and retailers are scrambling to cope with the unprecedented demand for pet food in Israel.

The country’s leading pet food makers, the largest of which is PetCo, announced it is reducing its supply by a third, bringing the total number of pet food producers and distributors to just 20.

This is just the beginning.

The situation is more acute than ever and will only get worse.

Israel’s pet food industry is the second largest in the world behind the United States.

And it is expected to overtake the U.S. pet food market by 2020.

In an interview with The Jerusalem Times, PetCo executive director Shai Yavuz said the company’s stock market valuation has plummeted by $100 million in the last five years.

He said that while the company was unable to offer any forecasts on when it will be able to restart operations, its stock market position is not in jeopardy.

“We’re not expecting any drastic changes in our market position,” he said.

“We have the resources and the financial stability.”

He added that the company is investing heavily in its plant and the infrastructure necessary to provide quality pet food.

“The plant is still running,” he added.

“And we are investing a lot in that plant and infrastructure.

And there’s no doubt that we will be there.”

PetCo, which sells pet food at pet stores and grocery stores, began selling pet food products in 2008.

In 2016, it became the first food manufacturer to become a member of the PetCo food distribution network, which also includes supermarket chains Tesco, Asda, Aldi, and the national supermarket chain Carrefour.

PetCo is the largest producer of pet foods in Israel, selling about 85 percent of its pet food to consumers.

PetCo is also a major player in the Israeli market for animal products, with more than 20 pet food and pet feed brands.

The company’s flagship brand, Petco Shave, is widely used in Israeli households, as are its popular pet food brands, like Bodega and PetCo.

Yavuz, who is a former deputy head of PetCo Shave and now heads its PetCo-branded pet food business, said PetCo’s pet foods are not just sold to Israelis, but also to international customers, especially those in Europe.

Yapet Besharon, an analyst at the investment bank Lazard, said that pet food imports into Israel have been increasing steadily since the start of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

“Petco’s pet products have become a symbol of the Palestinian struggle for their future,” he told The Jerusalem Sun.

“They are also becoming an essential part of the international trade in pet products, and are a major export market for PetCo.”

In the past few years, the pet food sector has experienced a boom in exports, which are estimated at between $500 million and $1 billion.

According to data from the Israeli Food and Agriculture Ministry, Israel exported about $6 billion worth of pet products to the European Union last year, with a significant increase from the previous year.

The pet food boom in Israel was helped by the launch of the European Pet Food Labeling and Marketing Initiative, or EPFL, in 2010.

The initiative is an effort to promote the use of products made from the European food chain, and it has been successful in promoting the growth of pet brands.

Yamadot PetCo CEO Yael Tov, a former head of the industry in Israel for two decades, said the Petco-branded PetCo PetCoShave, which is sold in Israel as the PetCO PetCoSkew, is also an important pet food brand in Europe, as is the Pet CoShave PetCoCake.

She said Petco has been able to reach international markets, but the Pet coCoShaves have proved to be more popular in Israel than in Europe.

“The PetCo brand is very popular in Europe,” she said.

“Israel’s pet market is very large and Petco is the biggest brand in Israel.”