Video: Herbal Supplement, Tea Sales Up

Sales of herbal dietary supplements in the United States increased by 7.9 percent, and U.S. tea sales increased by 5.9 percen in 2013, according to a report published in the American Botanical Council’s (ABC) HerbalGram. Mark Blumenthal, ABC’s founder and executive director, said this is due to consumers’ increase focus on health and the role nutrition plays in wellness.

Sales of herbal dietary supplements in the United States increased by 7.9 percent, and U.S. tea sales increased by 5.9 percen in 2013, according to a report published in the American Botanical Council’s (ABC) HerbalGram. Mark Blumenthal, ABC’s founder and executive director, said this is due to consumers’ increase focus on health and the role nutrition plays in wellness.

Watch this INSIDER video to hear more from Blumenthal about herbal and tea sales, why the top products in the natural and conventional channels are so different, and the potential pitfalls that can come from increase herbal sales.

Learn more about the relationship between botanical research and sales in INSIDER’s Digital Issue: “Top Botanicals, Latest Research.”

And watch more INSIDER video interviews with Blumenthal here:

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