What on paper looked like stagnant growth in the U.S. nutrition industry raw material & ingredient supply (RMIS) market in 2004 belied a hotly competitive and somewhat stormy year. According to NBJ, raw material sales for supplements declined narrowly overall in 2004 at a rate of 0.4% compared to a gain of 2.2% in 2003. The uptick in 2003 followed three consecutive years of decline in supplement supply sales, fueled by a downturn turn in prices that have fallen anywhere from 20-50% or
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