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NBJ 2012 Sports Nutrition & Weight-Loss Report

NBJ 2012 Sports Nutrition & Weight-Loss Report
The Sports Nutrition & Weight-Loss market has seen its largest growth since 2006, expanding over 11% in 2011.  This category has sky-rocketed into a $25.8 billion industry, with growth in certain channels in the double digits, regardless of the controversial DMAA scandals plaguing the market. 


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Nutrition Business Journal has compiled all pertinent data on the sports nutrition & weight-loss industry, including company profiles, sales, numbers, and upcoming trends. This report includes sales data, market share growth, issues and concerns, and historical data on the sports nutrition & weight-loss industry.


This year's Sports Nutrition & Weight-Loss Report includes:

  • In-depth analysis of the major product categories shaping this often controversial market, including weight-loss meal replacement supplements, meal replacement supplements, sports-nutrition supplements, nutrition bars & gels, and sports & energy drinks & shots
  • Analysis of performance of these product categories in both retail and direct-to-consumer channels
  • Discussion of the key trends affecting each of these markets and the industry as a whole
  • 11 years of historical market performance data, including market size, growth, and market share plus forecasts through 2017
  • Analysis of the SNWL value chain as it pertains to raw material & ingredient suppliers
  • And much more...



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