CoQ10 Sees Stable But Modest Growth in U.S.

Companies develop improved bioavailability formats and blends

In 2006, the CoQ10 market recovered from a long-running supply shortage that pushed prices sky high and left some suppliers and manufacturers short of product. Prices have come down considerably and manufacturers can obtain supplies much more easily. “On the supply side we’re catching up with demand and even have a little bit of oversupply,” said Tac Kurihara, vice president of Maypro Industries (Purchase, N.Y.), a supplier of CoQ10 made by Mitsubishi Gas Chemical. Kurihara

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