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September 30, 2014
Supplement sales in the cognitive health market are growing, but consumer interest is underdeveloped. To explore the potential around this market, Kemin teamed up with Natural Products INSIDER to survey its readers about their interest and experience in the cognitive health market. The respondents addressed delivery forms and demographics, product development, noted challenges in the market and offered projections about category growth.
As the Baby Boomer demographic grows larger, more focus has shifted toward cognitive health. And it's not just Boomers who are a key target market. Middle-aged adults and students are being targeted as demographics of interest, along with children and pregnant women. With growing interest in this market, companies will need to find ingredients with scientific support and convenient delivery systems to draw target consumers in.
Discover which demographics offer the most potential in the cognitive health category.
How regulations and clinical evidence factor into the market
What delivery forms are most popular with manufacturers and consumers
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