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Survey: year of bad press not bad news for supplements, omega-3's

Survey: year of bad press not bad news for supplements, omega-3's

The Nutrition Business Journal surveyed 1300 consumers about their buying habits in supplements. Result suggest bad press for multivitamins and omega-3s had little long-term effect.

The mission of NBJ’s parent company New Hope is to provide more healthy options to more people—a mission we surely share with all of our readers. With this issue, as we take a step back from our typical business perspective, we are reminded about just how important this mission is to the consumers we ultimately serve.

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