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Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements Markets

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September 2007; Pages: 164
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This TriMark Publications report focuses on the world nutraceuticals and dietary supplements markets. The product categories examined include vitamins, minerals, herbal and non-herbal extracts. Additionally, the study reviews measurement methods and resources utilized in the dietary supplements industry. Packed with the latest information relating to new products and industry trends, this analysis not only quantifies but also qualifies the nutraceuticals market in the areas of research, product development and investment opportunities. The main objectives of this report are to: 1) discuss viable market prospects through the identification of high-growth opportunities in different nutraceuticals and dietary supplements areas; 2) focus on global dietary supplements industry development through an in-depth analysis of the major world market, including forecasts for growth; and 3) examine the use of nutraceuticals and dietary supplements in pharmaceutical drug development, with examples of its use in the development and repositioning of therapeutic agents. This study contains the latest information on the nutraceuticals and dietary supplements market in the United States. It includes information on the products that comprise this industry, descriptions, RDA (recommended daily allowances) where established, common dosages, packaging and quantities.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Overview 7
1.1 Statement of Report 7
1.2 Objectives 7
1.3 Scope 7
1.4 Methodology 8
1.5 Executive Summary 9

2. Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements Markets 11
2.1 Overview 11
2.1.1 DSHEA Classification 11
2.1.2 DSHEA 11
2.2 Food and Drug Administration Policy 15
2.3 Voluntary Industry Compliance to GMPs 15
2.3.1 Current Progress 16
2.3.2 Future Trends 16
2.4 Key Issues 19
2.4.1 Herbals: Standardized Dosage 19
2.4.2 Vitamin Supplements 19
2.4.3 Mineral Supplements 20
2.4.3.1 PEST Analysis of Vitamin and Mineral Deficiencies in Food 20
2.4.4 Homeopathic Remedies 22
2.4.4.1 Key Issues in Homeopathy 23
2.4.4.2 What Is Homeopathy? 23
2.4.4.3 History 23
2.4.4.4 U.S. Revival of Homeopathy 24
2.4.4.5 Homeopathic Training 24
2.4.4.6 Homeopathic Treatment Regimen 25
2.4.4.7 Homeopathic Remedies 25
2.4.4.8 FDA Regulation of Homeopathic Remedies 25
2.4.4.9 Homeopathy: Side Effects or Complications 25
2.4.4.10 Scientific Research on Homeopathy 26
2.4.4.11 Continuing Homeopathic Controversies 26
2.4.4.12 NCCAM-Funded Research on Homeopathy 27
2.4.5 Essential Oils 27
2.5 Labeling Requirements 27
2.5.1 Nutrient Content Claims 28
2.5.2 Antioxidant Claims 30
2.5.3 High Potency Claims 31
2.5.4 Percentage Claims 32
2.5.5 Health Claims 32
2.5.6 Structure and Function Claims 33

3. Nutraceuticals Market Segments 35
3.1 Overview 35
3.1.1 Market Share 36
3.1.2 World Markets 37
3.1.3 U.S. Market 40
3.1.3.1 U.S. Sales of OTC Healthcare Products 47
3.1.4 Major Markets 47
3.1.5 Asia/Southeast Asia 47
3.1.6 Japan 48
3.1.6.1 Future Trends in the Japanese Market 49
3.1.7 China 49
3.1.8 Taiwan 50
3.1.9 Australia/New Zealand 51
3.1.10 India 51
3.1.11 Western Europe 52
3.1.11.1 Germany 53
3.1.11.2 United Kingdom 53
3.1.11.3 France 53
3.1.11.4 Italy 53
3.1.11.5 Trends in Western Europe 54
3.1.11.6 Market Share 54
3.1.12 Eastern Europe 54
3.1.12.1 Poland 54
3.1.12.2 Russia 55
3.1.13 Middle East 55
3.1.13.1 Turkey 56
3.1.14 Global Trends 58
3.2 Market Trends 59
3.2.1 Market Segments 63
3.2.2 Customer Needs 63
3.2.3 Competitor Analysis 64
3.3 Pricing Pressures 64
3.3.1 "Big Box" Retailing 65
3.3.2 Internet Retailing 65
3.3.3 Mail Order 65
3.3.4 Chain Retail Outlets 65
3.3.5 "Mom and Pop" Health Food Stores 65
3.3.6 Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) 65
3.4 Third-Party Reimbursement 66
3.5 Regulation Trends 66
3.5.1 Food Labeling and Nutrition 67
3.5.2 Dietary Supplements 67
3.5.3 Public Meetings and Hearings 68
3.5.4 Herbs and Botanicals Market: New Opportunities 68
3.5.5 Current Market Dynamics 69
3.5.6 Quality Issues 69
3.5.7 Regulatory Pressures 72
3.5.8 Opportunities 74
3.5.9 Other Opportunities 75
3.6 Advertising 75
3.7 Women's Health 75
3.8 Distribution and Sales 79
3.8.1 Branded Products 79
3.8.2 Mass-Market Sales 79
3.8.3 Health Food Channels 80

4. Technology Issues 81
4.1 Raw Material Variability 81
4.1.1 Realities of Natural Products 81
4.1.2 Source Variability 81
4.1.3 Method of Production/Acquisition Variability 81
4.1.4 Testing Issues 83
4.1.4.1 United States Pharmacopoeia (USP) 83
4.1.4.2 NSF International 84
4.1.4.3 Animal Testing 86
4.2 Production Methods 86
4.3 Change Control: OEM Materials and Production Methods 87
4.4 Cleanliness, Sterilization Methods, Concerns 87
4.5 Categories of Nutraceuticals 87
4.5.1 Aloe Products 87
4.5.2 Amino Acids 87
4.5.2.1 Tryptophan (Essential Amino Acid) 88
4.5.2.2 Lysine (Essential Amino Acid) 88
4.5.2.3 Methionine (Essential Amino Acid) 88
4.5.2.4 Phenylalaine (Essential Amino Acid) 88
4.5.2.5 Threonine (Essential Amino Acid) 88
4.5.2.6 Valine (Essential Amino Acid) 88
4.5.2.7 Leucine and Isoleucine (Essential Amino Acid) 88
4.5.2.8 Arginine (Non-Essential Amino Acid) 88
4.5.2.9 Tyrosine (Non-Essential Amino Acid) 88
4.5.2.10 Glycine (Non-Essential Amino Acid) 89
4.5.2.11 Serine (Non-Essential Amino Acid) 89
4.5.2.12 Glutamic Acid (Non-Essential Amino Acid) 89
4.5.2.13 Asparatic Acid (Non-Essential Amino Acid) 89
4.5.2.14 Taurine (Non-Essential Amino Acid) 89
4.5.2.15 Cystine (Non-Essential Amino Acid) 89
4.5.2.16 Histidine (Non-Essential Amino Acid) 89
4.5.2.17 Proline (Non-Essential Amino Acid) 89
4.5.2.18 Alanine (Non-Essential Amino Acid) 90
4.5.3 Antioxidants 90
4.5.4 Aromatherapy 90
4.5.5 Beauty Products 90
4.5.6 Bee Products 90
4.5.7 Calcium 91
4.5.8 Cardiovascular Health 92
4.5.9 Children's Vitamins and Minerals 92
4.5.10 Coenzymes 93
4.5.11 Colon Products 93
4.5.12 Diet Products 93
4.5.13 Enzymes 93
4.5.14 Eye Care and Nutrition Products 94
4.5.15 Food Supplements 94
4.5.16 Foot Care Products 94
4.5.17 Garlic 94
4.5.18 Green Foods 94
4.5.19 Hair Care Products 96
4.5.20 Herbal Products and Tea 96
4.5.20.1 Alfalfa (mendicago sativa) 96
4.5.20.2 Aloe Vera (aloe barbadenis) 96
4.5.20.3 Blessed Thistle 97
4.5.20.4 Burdock Root 97
4.5.20.5 Capsicum or Cayenne (capsicum frutescens) 97
4.5.20.6 Cascara Sagrada or "Sacred Bark" (rhamnus purshiana) 97
4.5.20.7 Chamomile 97
4.5.20.8 Chaparral 97
4.5.20.9 Comfrey 97
4.5.20.10 Echinacea (echinacea angustifolia) 98
4.5.20.11 Euphrasia (euphrasia officinalis) 98
4.5.20.12 Fo Ti (polygonum multiflorum) 98
4.5.20.13 Garlic (allium sativum) 98
4.5.20.14 Ginger (zangiber officinale) 98
4.5.20.15 Ginseng (panax ginseng) 98
4.5.20.16 Gotu Kola (hydrocotyle asiatica or centella asiatica) 99
4.5.20.17 Green Tea Extract 99
4.5.20.18 Hawthorne Berries (crataegus oxyacantha) 99
4.5.20.19 Hyssop 100
4.5.20.20 Licorice 100
4.5.20.21 Ma Huang 100
4.5.20.22 Mullein 100
4.5.20.23 Rose Hips (rosa canina) 100
4.5.20.24 Sarsaparilla (smilax officinalis) 100
4.5.20.25 Saw Palmetto or Pygeum Extract 100
4.5.20.26 Soy Isoflavone Extract 101
4.5.20.27 Spirulina 101
4.5.20.28 St. John's Wort Extract 101
4.5.20.29 Turmeric 101
4.5.20.30 Valerian 101
4.5.20.31 Yellow Dock 101
4.5.21 Homeopathy 102
4.5.22 Minerals 102
4.5.22.1 Calcium 102
4.5.22.2 Magnesium 103
4.5.22.3 Iron 103
4.5.22.4 Iodine 103
4.5.22.5 Chromium 103
4.5.22.6 Copper 103
4.5.22.7 Magnesium, Magnesium Oxide 103
4.5.22.8 Manganese 104
4.5.22.9 Potassium 104
4.5.22.10 Selenium 104
4.5.22.11 Silver, Colloidal 104
4.5.22.12 Zinc 104
4.5.22.13 Trace Minerals 104
4.5.23 Multivitamins 104
4.5.24 Nutritional Oils 105
4.5.24.1 Flaxseed/Linseed Oil 105
4.5.24.2 Black Currant Oil 105
4.5.24.3 Borage Seed Oil 105
4.5.24.4 Cod Liver Oil 105
4.5.24.5 Evening Primrose Oil 105
4.5.24.6 Omega-3/Fish Oils 105
4.5.25 Personal Care Products 107
4.5.25.1 Hyaluronic Acid 107
4.5.25.2 Natural Beauty Soaps 107
4.5.25.3 Creams 107
4.5.26 Vitamins 108
4.5.26.1 Vitamin A (Beta-Carotene) 108
4.5.26.2 Vitamin B-1 (Thiamin) 108
4.5.26.3 Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin) 108
4.5.26.4 Vitamin B-3 (Niacin) 109
4.5.26.5 Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine) 109
4.5.26.6 Vitamin B-12 (Cobalamin) 109
4.5.26.7 Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) 110
4.5.26.8 Vitamin D (Calciferol) 110
4.5.26.9 Vitamin E (Tocopherol) 110
4.5.26.10 Pantothenic Acid 111
4.5.26.11 Biotin 111
4.5.26.12 Folic Acid 111
4.5.26.13 Inositol 111
4.5.26.14 Choline 112
4.5.26.15 PABA (Para Amino Benzoic Acid) 112
4.5.27 Women's Products 112
4.6 Functional Foods 114
4.7 Category Variations and Combinations 118
4.7.1 Joint Compounds 118
4.7.2 Memory Assistance Products 119
4.7.3 Men's Products 119
4.7.4 Children's Vitamins and Minerals 119
4.7.5 Teenagers' Vitamins and Minerals 119
4.7.6 Sports Products 120
4.7.7 Cardiovascular Health 121
4.7.8 Pet Products 122
4.8 Future Directions 122

5. Business Trends 124
5.1 Market Drivers 124
5.1.1 Medical and Clinical Studies 124
5.1.2 Preventive Medicine 129
5.1.2.1 Controversy Over Mega Doses 130
5.1.2.2 Proven Supplements 130
5.1.2.3 Dangerous Interactions 130
5.1.3 Holistic Medicine 131
5.1.4 CAM: Complementary and Alternative Medicine 131
5.1.5 Demographics 133
5.1.6 Growing Convergence in Conventional Medicine and Alternatives 133
5.1.7 Changing Lifestyles 134
5.1.8 Increasing Healthcare Costs 134
5.1.9 Increasing Consumer Interest in a Healthy Lifestyle 134
5.2 Market Prospects 134
5.3 Marketing and Distribution 135
5.3.1 "Big Box" Retailing 135
5.3.2 Internet Marketing 135
5.3.3 Mail Order 135
5.3.4 Chain Retail Outlets (Grocery, Dedicated) 136
5.3.5 "Mom and Pop" (Stand-Alone) Health Food Stores 136
5.3.6 MLM (Multi-Level Marketing) 136
5.3.7 Customized Nutraceuticals 136
5.3.8 Ethnic-Specific Nutraceuticals 136
5.3.9 Managing Glycemic Response 137
5.4 Competitive Landscape 138
5.5 Business Developments 138
5.6 Acquisitions and Partnerships 138
5.7 Key Players 139
5.8 European Food Supplements Directive 141

6.1 Recently-Announced Product Innovations/Introductions 142
6.2 Future Technologies 143

7. Recently-Announced Industry Activity 144

8. Corporate Profiles 146
8.1 Advanced Nutraceuticals 146
8.2 General Nutrition Center (GNC) 146
8.3 Leiner Health Products 147
8.4 Natrol 148
8.5 NBTY 149
8.6 Nutraceutical International Corporation 149
8.7 Perrigo Company 150
8.8 Puritan's Pride 150
8.9 Schiff 151

9. List of Nutraceutical Companies 153


INDEX OF FIGURES

Figure 3.1: U.S. Nutraceuticals Market Product Groups Ranked by Sales: 2005 43
Figure 3.2: U.S. Nutraceuticals Market Product Groups Ranked by Market Share: 2005 44
Figure 3.3: U.S. Top-Selling Vitamins: 2005 44
Figure 3.4: U.S. Sales of Non-Vitamin Nutraceuticals in 2005 45
Figure 4.1: Typical Key Nutraceutical Production Steps 82
Figure 5.1: U.S. Population by Age Clusters 134
Figure 5.2: Representative Major U.S. Producers by Market Capitalization 140


LIST OF TABLES

Table 2.1: Disclosure Statement Requirements Threshold (FDA) 29
Table 3.1: Total World Retail VMS Market: 2002 to 2012 35
Table 3.2: Number of Vitamins/Minerals Consumed per Day by Nutraceutical Consumers 36
Table 3.3: Worldwide Nutraceuticals Market Sales: 2002 to 2012 37
Table 3.4: World Market for Essential Minerals: 2002 to 2012 38
Table 3.5: Vitamins in Nutraceutical Products Market: 2002 to 2012 38
Table 3.6: Worldwide Demand for Herbal and Non-Herbal Extracts: 2002 to 2012 39
Table 3.7: U.S. Nutraceuticals Market Sales: 1999 to 2012 40
Table 3.8: U.S. Natural Foods Market Sales: 2005 to 2012 40
Table 3.9: U.S. Vitamin and Minerals Market Sales: 2005 to 2012 41
Table 3.10: U.S. VMS FDMC Total Market: 2005 to 2012 41
Table 3.11: U.S. VMS FDMC Store Brand Market: 2005 to 2012 41
Table 3.12: U.S. Herbs and Botanicals Market Sales: 2005 to 2012 42
Table 3.13: U.S. Personal Care Market Sales: 2005 to 2012 42
Table 3.14: U.S. Sports Nutrition Market Sales: 2005 to 2012 43
Table 3.15: Market Share of U.S. VMS FDMC Segment 46
Table 3.16: Chinese Dietary Supplements Market: 2002 to 2012 50
Table 3.17: OTC Category Share as a Part of the Total OTC Market: 2005 55
Table 3.18: Import Figures ($ Thousands): 2002 to 2005 57
Table 3.19: Market Drivers: 2006 to 2012 59
Table 3.20: Market Restraints: 2005 to 2012 59
Table 4.1: Organic Foods Categories and Market Share 95
Table 4.2: Total U.S. Organic Food Sales Compared to All U.S. Foods Sales: 1997 to 2005 95
Table 4.3: Foods Most/Least Likely to Be Pesticide-Contaminated 96
Table 5.1: U.S. Healthcare Expenditures 129
Table 5.2: Key Players in U.S. Market 139

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