Pandemic Potential Part 4: Consumers are flocking to grocery stores for basic supplies and picking up supplements while they are there. But the perceived safety of ordering online could further divide the fortunes of brick-and-mortar from e-commerce.
Pandemic Potential Part 5: Coronavirus has hit supplement manufacturers with a double whammy: high consumer demand and the need to institute new safety policies to keep employees safe and healthy while producing and distributing product.
Pandemic Potential Part 6: Supplement brands and manufacturers consider their businesses "essential" as states and counties implement lockdown mandates. Here's what's happening and some advice to maneuver the new rules.
Pandemic Potential Part 10: Consumers are turning to supplements because pharmaceuticals offer few answers to the coronavirus. Many industry watchers believe this growing awareness about the link between basic nutrition and immunity could lead to...
Nutrition Business Journal is the go-to source for reporting, product trends and in-depth data and analysis in the nutrition industry. Here are three data-driven insights from NBJ to keep in mind when planning ahead.