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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

  • Vitamins in the US

    ... of health over a longer period of time, prevention of both acute and chronic conditions is a goal for many. The growing use of vitamins exemplifies this trend of prevention with consumers aiming to fill ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Brazil

    ... showed that 54% of respondents agree that vitamins and supplements are important to their overall health and nutrition. The percentage is more representative when compared to those who affirmed they get all vitamins and nutrients ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Germany

    ... realised that they may not always be able to eat healthily and thus get all the nutrients they need from food, thus opting for dietary supplements in order to enhance their health and wellbeing. In ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Guatemala

    ... to treat ailments with prescribed or OCT remedies. In Guatemala, consumers benefit from the large range of dietary supplements that are on offer; from economy domestic players such as Ferridoce, to premium offerings such as ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Poland

    ... While 1,115 applications for registration of a new supplement were received in 2008, 10 years later it was 13,845. In total, since 2007, over 74,000 new products have been registered. This increase results primarily from ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in the United Kingdom

    ... UK consumers look for dietary supplements to support their daily busy lifestyles, maximise productivity and support with stress management. Ingredients such as vitamin B, caffeine, L-theanine or creatine are the most commonly found ingredients in ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in the US

    ... of healthy eating, exercise, and self-care practices, they seek out health products that fit this new idea of holistic health, whether that be in the form of natural ingredients, responsible sourcing, or companies they trust ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Germany

    ... remedies, sleep aids, herbal/traditional products, vitamins and dietary supplements and paediatric consumer health also posted solid value growth. When it comes to the biggest category represented by cough, cold and allergy (hay fever) remedies, the ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in the US

    ... health or immunity. Combination dietary supplements are now marketed more often for their intended function rather than simply their ingredient contents. Newly-acquired Unilever brand, Olly, has reinvented packaging and branding in the dietary supplements space ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Brazil

    ... of vitamin consumed by Brazilians. The popularity of vitamin C in the country is attributed to the general belief that its consumption may avoid someone contracting a cold or the flu. Euromonitor International's Vitamins in ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Germany

    ... German consumers take vitamin C in many situations, including as prevention to reduce the risk of getting the common cold. Apart from vitamin C, other vitamins such as B, A and D - either in ... Read More

  • Vitamins in the United Kingdom

    ... Multivitamins provide a solution for UK consumers with busy lifestyles who want to improve their health and wellbeing by taking one tablet a day. As the UK is facing an ageing population, multivitamins are a ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Ireland

    ... cures by taking certain vitamins that they believe they are deficient in through diet or lifestyles. This is supported by an increasing number of people monitoring their health through blood tests, which results in greater ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Ireland

    ... supplements all continued to experience strong volume growth. Co-enzyme in particular, is beneficial for reducing signs of ageing, protecting heart health and cognitive behaviour. Glucosamine, growing from a low sales base, is beneficial for bone ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in North Macedonia

    ... products to complement their daily diet. More people believe they are beneficial to their health and wellness, with positive economic development also having an effect. Beauty, ageing, fitness and wellbeing remained major focus areas for ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Guatemala

    ... illness by complementing a healthy diet with vitamins. The ageing population also stimulated sales, as healthcare specialists recommend the intake of vitamins to prevent ailments related to ageing. Euromonitor International's Vitamins in Guatemala report offers ... Read More

  • Vitamins in North Macedonia

    ... growth was the trend of recommending certain vitamins for skin health, which is gaining importance in North Macedonia. This is being seen through specialised health web portals, but also in the most popular mass media. ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Poland

    ... vitamins in this way. Manufacturers in advertising encourage the use of these types of products, praising them as an effective solution for various health ailments. Consumers usually reach for them without consulting a doctor, when ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Algeria

    ... volumes being insufficient to address local demand. Moreover, taxes on imports of OTC products have been increased. Consequently, higher unit prices, reduced product availability and increased volumes of generics, resulted in an overall slowdown in ... Read More

  • Vitamins & Supplements (UK) - Industry Report

    ... top 240 companies, including FORUM HEALTH PRODUCTS LTD., MARIGOLD HEALTH FOODS LTD and DIRECT FOOD INGREDIENTS LTD. This report covers activities such as vitamins, supplements, minerals, glucosamine, sports nutrition and includes a wealth of information ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Côte d'Ivoire

    ... Côte d'Ivoire report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2014-2018, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. ... Read More

  • Vitamins in Algeria

    ... benefitted from a growing tendency to adopt preventative measures regarding health care. However, multivitamins remain preferred over single vitamins. Algerian consumers value the convenience in consuming multivitamins, which provide different types of vitamins in an ... Read More

  • Vitamins and Health Products (GLOBAL) - Industry Report

    ... analysis on the top 110 companies, including HOLLAND & BARRETT RETAIL LIMITED, NOW HEALTH GROUP INC and TWINLAB CONSOLIDATED HOLDINGS, INC.. This report includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Algeria

    ... is expected to be driven by a growing number of health-conscious Algerians. However, sales of dietary supplements will remain lower than sales of vitamins, which can explain the dynamic growth of dietary supplements due to ... Read More

  • Dietary Supplements in Estonia

    ... but also to prevent illness. As the wealth of information on dietary supplements is constantly growing online and through other media sources, the consumer base continues to increase, resulting in relatively strong growth across different ... Read More

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