Riding the storm-tossed waves of the supplement business in the United Kingdom and Europe, ingredient supplier Gee Lawson is facing stiff headwinds from an unsettled regulatory climate, declining home market and increased competition from lower-cost competitors. At the same time, the 68-year-old firm is finding good growth opportunities in Eastern Europe, a region which contributed handsomely to the firm’s most recent annual growth rate of 15%, according to Managing Director
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