The U.S. dietary supplement market grew to $32.5 billion in 2012, posting more than $2 billion in incremental sales and 7.5% annual growth, but thought leaders and industry insiders suggest that the skies up ahead aren’t quite so blue.
“After some even stronger than normal growth in the last couple of years, we expect the sector to revert to a more normalized rate of growth in the 5% range or so,” says Scott Van Winkle, managing director of equity research at N
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