Herbal/Traditional Products in Tunisia
The trend towards sickness prevention will continue to favour this category. Consumers are also increasingly receptive to natural products. Investment by manufacturers in product innovation will also bring some dynamism and push up value sales. The natural living trend is expected to intensify over the forecast period and benefit herbal/traditional products. Tunisian consumers are increasingly focused on health and becoming more likely to research natural remedies. They also still have strong tr...
Euromonitor International's Herbal/Traditional Products in Tunisia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2012-2016, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. Forecasts to 2021 illustrate how the market is set to change.
Product coverage: Herbal/Traditional Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies, Herbal/Traditional Dermatologicals, Herbal/Traditional Dietary Supplements, Herbal/Traditional Digestive Remedies, Herbal/Traditional Paediatric Dietary Supplements, Herbal/Traditional Sleep Aids, Herbal/Traditional Tonics, Herbal/Traditional Topical Analgesics.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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- HERBAL/TRADITIONAL PRODUCTS IN TUNISIA
- Euromonitor International
- November 2017
- LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES
- Rising Demand for Natural Products
- Herbal/traditional Dietary Supplements To Lead Growth
- Greater Investment in Research and Development
- Competitive Landscape
- Category Highly Fragmented
- International Brands Dominant
- Marketing Support Lacking
- Category Data
- Table 1 Sales of Herbal/Traditional Products: Value 2012-2017
- Table 2 Sales of Herbal/Traditional Products: % Value Growth 2012-2017
- Table 3 NBO Company Shares of Herbal/Traditional Products: % Value 2013-2017
- Table 4 LBN Brand Shares of Herbal/Traditional Products: % Value 2014-2017
- Table 5 Forecast Sales of Herbal/Traditional Products: Value 2017-2022
- Table 6 Forecast Sales of Herbal/Traditional Products: % Value Growth 2017-2022
- Executive Summary
- Consumer Health Registers Positive Current Retail Value Growth in 2017
- Several Factors Influence Consumer Health in Tunisia
- Bristol-Myers Squibb Upsa Tunisie Leads
- Pharmacies and Parapharmacies Continue To Lead Distribution
- Positive Outlook for the Forecast Period
- Market Indicators
- Table 7 Consumer Expenditure on Health Goods and Medical Services: Value 2012-2017
- Table 8 Life Expectancy at Birth 2012-2017
- Market Data
- Table 9 Sales of Consumer Health by Category: Value 2012-2017
- Table 10 Sales of Consumer Health by Category: % Value Growth 2012-2017
- Table 11 NBO Company Shares of Consumer Health: % Value 2013-2017
- Table 12 LBN Brand Shares of Consumer Health: % Value 2014-2017
- Table 13 Distribution of Consumer Health by Format: % Value 2012-2017
- Table 14 Distribution of Consumer Health by Format and Category: % Value 2017
- Table 15 Forecast Sales of Consumer Health by Category: Value 2017-2022
- Table 16 Forecast Sales of Consumer Health by Category: % Value Growth 2017-2022
- OTC Registration and Classification
- Vitamins and Dietary Supplements Registration and Classification
- Self-medication/self-care and Preventative Medicine
- Summary 1 Research Sources