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U.S. nutrition industry prospers in 2007, despite economic slump

U.S. nutrition industry prospers in 2007, despite economic slump

Despite the start of an economic slump, 2007 was a fruitful year for the U.S. nutrition industry, which grew 10.7% to $93.9 billion. Natural & Organic product sales fueled most of this expansion, but even the maturing U.S. supplements sector posted better growth than it has seen in a decade.

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