Although many consumers are aware of the potential health benefits of omega-3s, recent reports show a decline in omega-3 sales in the United States. Numerous variables can affect the volume and revenue of product sales, including the supply chain, market saturation, consumer perception, media coverage and methods of distribution. For companies in this broad market, determining the proper strategies from product development to retailing is of vital importance. Takeaways include: *Health practitioners, independent health food stores and the Internet are viable sales channels. *Omega-3 sales are driven in large part by communication and consumer understanding of the product. *Despite low barriers to entry on, true Internet success requires a strong business plan.

May 8, 2015

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Omega-3 Insights Magazine: Omega-3 Sales in Different Channels

Table of Contents

  • Insights on Omega-3 Sales and Trends
    by Danielle Rose
    Popular media outlets and the Internet have disseminated volumes of news about omega-3s, whether good, bad or inaccurate. Manufacturers and the industry at large have attempted to navigate these waters through education, product development and strategic retailing.

  • New Omega-3 Sales Channel?
    by Adam Ismail
    Not only has the Internet become an attractive platform for shopping, but also for companies trying to make a quick buck. Fortunately, normal rules of business still apply online.

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