Dietary Supplements Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Under the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA), a dietary supplement is defined as a product intended to supplement the diet and contains any of a number of ingredients such as: vitamins, minerals, herbs or other botanicals or amino acids. Dietary supplements are meant to be taken orally and are come in pill, capsule, tablet, powder or liquid form. They are most often used to fuel metabolism, immunity, growth, organ function, weight management and energy levels.

Dietary supplements are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN). Except in the case of a new dietary ingredient, dietary supplements do not need approval by the FDA before being marketed. Under DSHEA, manufacturers must assure that the dietary supplements it manufactures or distributes are safe and that any claims made about them are demonstrated by sufficient data to show that they are not false or misleading.

DSHEA influences the manufacture of dietary supplements by setting forth a number of rules and guidelines. These include: the establishment of a new plan for assuring safety, nutrition and ingredient labeling specifications, outlining directives for marketing literature, regulation for the use of claims and nutritional support statements, and grant to the FDA the authority to establish good manufacturing practice (GMP) regulations.

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Dietary Supplements Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Dietary Supplements in Georgia

    ... The growth trend established during the review period is driven by increasing awareness of dietary supplements and their benefits in Georgia. Euromonitor International's Dietary Supplements in Georgia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Estonia

    ... recorded by vitamins or even multivitamins. As a result, dietary supplements returns to quite a moderate pace of growth in 2021 with consumers having an understanding of their preferred means of preventing illness and boosting ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Georgia

    ... 2021 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Widespread information about the benefits of supplementing one’s diet with vitamin C and vitamin D in the face of the COVID-19 virus has led to a substantial ... Read More

  • COVID-19 Outbreak-Global Vitamin B6 and B12 Industry Market Report-Development Trends, Threats, Opportunities and Competitive Landscape in 2021

    ... Million USD in 2026, with a CAGR of x.x% during 2021-2026. Under COVID-19 outbreak globally, this report provides 360 degrees of analysis from supply chain, import and export control to regional government policy and future ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Argentina

    ... second quarter of 2021. Consequently, many consumers remain sensitive to increasing their overall health and boosting their immune systems through the consumption of vitamins and dietary supplements. In combination with vitamins, many consumers attempt to ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    ... improving the working of the immune system, digestive health and general health. Although longer periods of time spent at home have meant that people have generally tended to cook home-made meals, especially during the periods ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Estonia

    ... Increased education about diets and vitamins has also driven category sales in the year. Vitamin C is again the fastest growing category as it is well known as a product that supports immunity and is ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    ... of medicines prescribed by doctors for the treatment of COVID-19 patients exceeds the monthly income of some citizens, but so far there have been no initiatives to supplement or harmonise the lists of medicines that ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Estonia

    ... of Estonians. In general, the Estonian consumer health market is fairly saturated and the COVID-19-related impact is one of the factors disrupting sustainable historic growth of the category. The effect of COVID-19 should not be ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Argentina

    ... systems in 2021 thereby increasing sales of dietary supplements. Even chemists/pharmacies are changing their consumer health product mix to lean more towards dietary supplements in order to increase their sales. Consequently, sales of dietary supplements ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Georgia

    ... to stockpile products across consumer health, there is more of a sense of certainty and stability among consumers in Georgia and demand in many product areas in consumer health shows a similar pattern to that ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    ... potentially harmful impact of the sedentary lifestyles and poor eating habits typical of home seclusion. As a result, the category saw strong growth in 2020. Following the dynamism of the previous year, growth has inevitably ... Read More

  • World Market for Consumer Health

    ... individual categories. Immunity-positioned supplements have slid slightly, while sports nutrition and weight management have returned to prominence. On the other hand, cough and cold remedies continue to suffer, reflecting further limitations on social engagement and ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Ecuador

    ... products leaving most retailers out of stock. This was especially problematic because countries they imported vitamin C from, generally from Central and South America, were also facing COVID-19 are seeing high demand. Thus, they could ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Ecuador

    ... most positively affected by this trend are ginseng, paediatric vitamins and dietary supplements, combination herbal/traditional dietary supplements, and combination non-herbal/traditional dietary supplements. Euromonitor International's Dietary Supplements in Ecuador report offers a comprehensive guide to the ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in South Korea

    ... keen to take better care of their health, with a preventative approach to ensure they do not need to visit a doctor or hospital and risk infection. Euromonitor International's Dietary Supplements in South Korea report ... Read More

  • Vitamins in South Korea

    ... higher than earlier in the review period. Due to the pandemic consumers have become more aware of health and wellness and are more interested in protecting their health, with the benefits of building immunity attracting ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Australia

    ... COVID-19 pandemic in Australia. The latter has been disruptive to consumer health and exposed health vulnerabilities of local consumers, especially those who are at greater risk of developing more serious illnesses from the virus. Many ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Australia

    ... health and wellbeing, looked for products to boost their immunity to help combat COVID-19, as well as to avoid getting the flu. However, after initial stockpiling, sales of vitamins were already easing in the latter ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Australia

    ... dietary supplements are continuing to simplify their ranges and product positioning around benefits as opposed to a long list of complex ingredients to make them more attractive to consumers through transparency and ease of understanding. ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in South Korea

    ... affected by the pandemic, others have maintained growth or even seen improvements in their growth rates. For instance, as consumers have worn masks to prevent the spread of the virus, medicated confectionery has seen a ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Singapore

    ... to the sun. The trend proved to be increasingly serious given that Singaporeans have a history of lacking in vitamin D. According to the National Health Survey conducted in 2010, 40% and 8% of Singaporeans ... Read More

  • Cosmeceuticals Market Research Report by Active Ingredients (Antioxidants, Botanicals, and Exfoliants), by Product Type (Hair Care, Oral Care, and Skin Care), by Material Type, by Distribution Channel, by Region (Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, Middle

    ... East & Africa) - Global Forecast to 2026 - Cumulative Impact of COVID-19 The Global Cosmeceuticals Market size was estimated at USD 61.19 billion in 2020 and expected to reach USD 67.05 billion in 2021, ... Read More

  • Chondroitin Sulfate Market Research Report by Source (Bovine, Porcine, and Poultry), by Application (Cosmetics, Dietary Supplements, and Pharmaceutical), by Region (Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, Middle East & Africa) - Global Forecast to 2026 - Cumu

    ... Cumulative Impact of COVID-19 The Global Chondroitin Sulfate Market size was estimated at USD 892.60 million in 2020 and expected to reach USD 927.94 million in 2021, at a CAGR 4.29% to reach USD 1,148.94 ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Romania

    ... treat it. This has been coupled with limited access to doctors given the strain on resources arising from the pandemic. Romanians have therefore turned to dietary supplements to help keep their health under control. Some ... Read More

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