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Consumer research has told us that millennials are more likely than baby boomers to trust the supplement industry, but what supplements are they actually buying?
Recent research from The Hartman Group sheds some light.
The Hartman Group
On top of an adventurous culinary streak and an appetite for authenticity, millennials place more trust in the natural channel and nutrition as a first-choice health strategy.
The intersection between the cultural and nutritional could provide lessons for the supplement industry.
Value goes far beyond bargains in today’s complicated web of social and ecological motivations.
Consumers bet on wholesome, find-’em-in-your-pantry ingredients to discern healthy and nutritious natural foods.