Plant Power in Pills & Powders

Plant Power in Pills & Powders

Will the whole-food supplement trend go global?

Consumer transitions to natural products often represent more of an educational evolution than a revolution. That rings particularly true for whole-food supplements, sometimes called food-based supplements. When NBJ last reported on them, they showed 9.3% growth and rising—enough to clearly outpace sales growth for the supplement industry overall.

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