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NBJ NutriBeauty & Healthy Aging Webinar

NBJ defines the NutriBeauty market as an emerging market of healthy products targeting age and appearance.  The NutriBeauty segment is a market that until now has not been defined or quantified.  Early efforts by NBJ capture the market at $15 billion in 2010.  NBJ has broken the market into 6 defined categories including: Conventional HBC with functional ingredients, nutricosmetic supplements, beauty food & beverages, natural & organic personal care (N&OPC) with functional ingredients, and all other N&OPC. 





Nutrition Business Journal took a deep-dive into the $15 billion NutriBeauty market during NBJ’s inaugural NutriBeauty & Healthy-Aging Webinar, that took take place Thursday, April 28th from 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m mountain time.  During this Webinar we sized the market for beauty & personal care products, wherever they intersected with natural products.  Viewing this Webinar will  also provide you with an in-depth review of the market size, growing trends, FDA regulatory issues, innovations and much more.


Pivotal topics of discussion included:

  • In-depth analyses of sales channels, including natural/healthy retail, department stores, boutiques, spas, multi-level marketers, beauty supply discounters and specialtypersonal care stores

  • Forecasts of the NutriBeauty & healthy-aging market through 2013

  • The certification mess, and its impact on consumers

  • What are the large conventional HBC companies up to in NutriBeauty as they pursue “naturally inspired” strategies?

  • A look at global NutriBeauty & healthy aging trends and opportunities

  • Review of innovation in the emerging NutriBeauty market

  • And much more











Marc Brush is the editor of NBJ and helped guide the editorial direction for all NBJ products. Marc has written for many industry publications, and brings more than 10 years of professional experience in editing and business analytics to NBJ.
Carla Ooyen is the director of market research of NBJ. In addition to producing market research reports, Carla is responsible for NBJ’s quantitative research, company databases and surveys. Carla earned her MBA from the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado.
Tom Aarts is executive director of the United Natural Products Alliance (UNPA), to safety, science and quality. He has been deeply involved in the commercial and regulatory issues facing the global dietary supplement industry since 1980. He has served as vice president/general counsel to the American Herbal Products Association, co-founder and counsel to the European American Phytomedicine Coalition (EAPC), industry liaison to FDA’s Expert Advisory Committee on Ephedra, industry advisor to the Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS), expert panel member on IFT’s Functional Food Report (2005) and most recently sat as an expert panel member to the Department of Defense / RAND study on dietary supplement use among military personnel. Loren has authored more than 150 articles, book chapters and has lectured in over 30 countries on dietary supplement and functional food issues. He is the recipient of the NBJ Lifetime Achievement Award, the NNFA President’s Award and the B.Y. Morrison Lecture and Medal.
Todd Harrison, partner with Venable LLP also joined to address regulatory and certification challenges facing companies operating in the world of NutriBeauty.




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