NBJ Reports

2017 Bone and Joint Health Data Guide

There was a time when osteoporosis was something that happened to old people, and translated to doctor’s visits, a well-stocked cabinet and being resigned to your fate. ... See Details

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2017 Heart Health and Healthy Aging Data Guide

The days of talking about anti-aging formulas or age prevention have long passed, but how an attitude of managed aging extends across other categories and concerns remains to be... See Details

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2017 Gut Health Data Guide

It should be no surprise that gut health is the fastest growing category tracked in the Condition Specific Report. Probiotics have been the supplement for all seasons—and for a... See Details

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2017 NBJ Sports Nutrition Weight Management Report

Sports nutrition and weight management represent a $37.5 billion dollar behemoth and nearly 20 percent of the entire natural products industry. Such a big category could easily... See Details

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2017 NBJ Functional Food Data Guide

The convergence of food and dietary supplements has never been an all-at-once proposition. Cereals and milk have been fortifed for years. Jamie Lee Curtis was gushing about... See Details

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2017 NBJ Condition Specific Report

Comb our data to see what products are growing in 22 categories, with 109 charts to see sales and growth by condition. Drill down another layer to see which ingredients are... See Details

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2017 NBJ Supplement Business Report

For companies in the nutrition industry, the ‘new normal’ includes the $41.1 billion in sales on 6 percent growth Nutrition Business Journal estimates for 2016. This is a notch... See Details

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2017 NBJ Digital Disruption Guide

The line between online sales and brick and mortar may be fuzzy in some instances and a yawning gap in others. For supplements, the gap carries opportunities that both sides of... See Details

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2017 NBJ Raw Materials Report

NBJ estimates that the raw material market grew at 6.6 percent, edging out consumer supplements at 6.2 percent, and we expect the numbers will end the decade in a remarkably... See Details

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