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Supplement industry news and updates – April 2022Supplement industry news and updates – April 2022
Inside the Bottle brings you the latest supplement industry news in this monthly roundup.
April 21, 2022
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It’s undeniable that immunity is now a year-round business for brands and retailers. From elderberry to zinc to vitamin C, this report reveals a glimpse into the trending immunity supplement subcategories on Amazon that serve as leading indicators for the category as a whole. Read it here.
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For some companies, diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts are just the latest requirement for doing business. But prioritizing these initiatives is now critical to creating an authentic brand. Creating a sense of community not just in the workplace, but with customers as well is one of the most important aspects of a successful supplement company. Read more in this article. Also, find more in-depth business analysis like this in Nutrition Business Journal.
Inside The Bottle surveyed consumers to find out what transparency in the supplement industry actually looks like and how it builds consumer trust. Consumers have high expectations for their supplements; they expect products to work and be safe, but they also want to know where the ingredients are from and how the product is made. Check out the exclusive data in this infographic.
Elliot Begoun, founder of TIG Brands and a New Hope Network columnist, says it's more likely a brand will be a tardigrade—a multi-cellular, microscopic organism known for its resiliency and efficiency under extreme conditions—than a unicorn. Explore Elliot’s insights and register for Natural Products Business School on April 27th to get support for your emerging brand needed to fuel growth and scale impact here.
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