June 2018: Market Overview Issue
Issue article highlights:
- • Supplement sales growth may have slowed in 2018, but there may be no one factor to blame and certainly no reason to panic.
- • Supplement companies offering at-home nutrient level test kits to consumers are helping personalized nutrition leapfrog the practitioner’s office.
- • Homeopathy is controversial for efficacy and its status as a drug, but consumers continue to embrace the concept.
- • Nearly two years after the FDA issued its latest draft guidance on New Dietary Ingredients, both submissions and enforcement have proven unremarkable.
- • Ayurvedic medicine is an ancient tradition that’s growing in the modern age, but is the supplement industry ignoring the principles and focusing on profits?
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