Nutrition Business Journal Web Seminar to Review Raw Material and Ingredient Supply Market

BOULDER, COLO., (November 19, 2007) –Nutrition Business Journal (NBJ) today announced its annual Raw Material and Ingredient Supply Web Seminar will take place on December 4, 2007 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Mountain Time. The NBJ editorial team, including Editorial Director Patrick Rea, Editor Katia Fowler and Research Manager Jason Phillips will together review the findings of the November issue on the supply segment of the nutrition industry.

“Innovation has long been the driving force of the supply segment, but in this year’s research we found a number of firms innovating in ways much different than the rest of the market,” said Nutrition Business Journal Editorial Director Patrick Rea. “A handful of suppliers are capitalizing on demand from food, beverage and personal care product manufacturers, and in our December 4th web seminar, we plan to profile these innovative activities”

Attendees to NBJ’s Raw Material & Ingredient Supply Web Seminar will:

• Learn how price fluctuations in vitamin, herb and specialty markets are impacting the nutrition industry value chain
• Learn how nutritional ingredient suppliers are leveraging flavors to bring new functionality to foods & beverages
• Quantify your segment of the value chain in terms of # of competitors, sales and growth for your 2008 business planning

Nutrition Business Journal guarantees a broad and deep analysis of the supplement, functional food and personal care supply industry as part of this web seminar. Get the latest commentary on trends and competitive analysis on individual raw material and supply categories and discover the major factors affecting growth in 2006, 2007 and 2008. In addition, NBJ will present the leading U.S. supplement supply companies for 2006.

Registration for the Webinar is available online at
A registration fee of $495 allows up to six login points from multiple locations.

Nutrition Business Journal is an executive newsletter for decision-makers in the natural, nutrition and complementary and alternative health industries. NBJ's exclusive research and editorial focus on the strategic issues of the nutrition industry has made it a leading business intelligence resource for subscribers since 1996. To purchase detailed market research reports, subscribe to the NBJ, or sign up for the NBJ's free weekly e-newsletter, please visit NBJ also hosts the NBJ/Newport Summit, an invitation-only retreat for C-level executives in the nutrition industry each July. For more information, visit

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