NutraAnalyst Launches E-Newsletter for Nutrition Executives

Breaking Analysis, Not Breaking News(TM)

NutraAnalyst has announced the launch of its first service, an e-mail newsletter food and supplement executives cannot afford to miss. Each edition of the NutraAnalyst E-Newsletter provides subscribers with real-time consumer data, intelligence and analysis on breaking issues that cannot be found elsewhere. Critical strategic issues like food safety, sustainability, and recessions impact the industry daily. Without actionable information, decision makers are forced to rely on intuition.

The NutraAnalyst E-Newsletter:
• Is published twice per month to address issues when they arise;
• Provides real-time consumer data and analysis on each issue;
• Comes in a concise one-page format for busy executives; and
• Has clear, easy-to read charts supporting the analysis.

While each subscription costs $24.95 per month, the first edition is available as a free download on the NutraAnalyst website ( and analyzes consumer attitudes towards Chinese-sourced nutrition ingredients, including country of origin labelling and how it affects purchase intent. In addition, NutraAnalyst offers a deeper analysis of consumer attitudes of each issue in its Consumer Briefings, for companies that need greater segmentation of consumers.

As an added bonus, subscribers will also receive breaking news updates on strategic issues as they happen, often even before they are known elsewhere.

You cannot afford to miss the NutraAnalyst E-Newsletter! Get breaking analysis to go with the breaking news that affects your company.

NutraAnalyst is dedicated to producing information tools that help functional food and dietary supplement companies and executives. For more information, visit its website at or contact Lindsay Wright at +1 (801) 474-2570.

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