Nutrition Business Journal
NBJ Webinars

NBJ Webinars

Nutrition Business Journal is the leading source of research in the $115 billion nutrition industry since, publishing in-depth market research since 1996. From our research, we provide analysis of markets, trends, competition and strategy in the U.S. & Global nutrition industry and presented in our web seminars. NBJ gains thorough understanding of the companies operating within the nutrition industry, compiles the findings from each monthly issue, surveys & interviews to build a useful business planning tool for our readers. The NBJ Editorial & Research team, along with industry experts, provide a deep dive into trends, financials, growth forecasts, SWOTs, and much more.

August 25, 2011 - Nutrition Industry Overview

Nutrition Business Journal hosted their annual U.S. Nutrition Industry Overview Web Seminar from 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. MT on Thursday, August 25, 2011.  NBJ Editor-in-Chief Marc Brush, NBJ Director of Market Research Carla Ooyen and industry experts presented a detailed review of the U.S. nutrition industry's 2010 sales and growth performance by product category and sales channel, as well as discuss trends and issues affecting the industry at the consumer, manufactuer and supplier levels.
Nutrition industry grows 6% to $117 billion in 2010 sales as growth rates for natural & organic foods nearly double those for functional foods and supplements. A rising tide of consumer distrust over science in the food supply points toward segmentation within the industry.



July 14, 2011 - Practitioner & Integrative Medicine Webinar
Nutrition Business Journal hosted this Web seminar from 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. MT on Thursday, July 14, 2011 to discuss integrative medicine, supplement sales through healthcare practitioners, and practical business applications arising from the intersection.

Television retail gains legitimacy as a sales channel, but supplement companies have yet to take much notice. Internet sales of supplements rise 13% in 2010 with TV and practitioner sales not far behind. MLMs perform the weakest, with flat to slightly declining sales. Healthcare embraces new approaches to telehealth as a meaningful way to serve and connect with patients.



April 28, 2011 - NutriBeauty
Nutrition Business Journal hosted this Web seminar from 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. MT on Thursday, April 28, 2011 to discuss the NutriBeauty market, defined by NBJ as an emerging market of healthy products targeting age and appearance.

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


March 24, 2011 - Sports Nutrition & Weight Loss
Nutrition Business Journal hosted this Web seminar from 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. MT on Thursday, March 24, 2011 to discuss the Sports Nutrition & Weight Loss Industry.

After a lackluster 2009, during which SNWL reported flat overall growth—its worst performance on record, dating back to 1997 when NBJ first began to track the category—the year 2010 marked 9% annual growth, $2 billion in new sales, and $22.7 billion in total sales.




January 2012 - Global Nutrition Industry Overview

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