According to Business Wire, the global sports nutrition market is expected to reach USD $82.3 billion by 2030. The enormous growth in this segment can be attributed to the number of people participating in physical activity and their interest in products with health and performance benefits. This expanding audience has made room for innovation in flavor, delivery formats and ingredient synergy. We’ll take a dive into this diverse market and what we can expect for the future of sports nutrition.
Senior Editorial Content Director, Informa Markets
Professor, University of North Carolina
Dr. Smith-Ryan has worked with a number of companies and ingredient suppliers to create and formulate evidence-based efficacious products. She conducts human clinical trials focused around exercise, nutrition and novel ingredients, with a special interest in women's health. She understands research outcomes and the translation to marketing and product education. Her reputation and contributions to the field have been recognized as she was awarded the Outstanding Sports Scientist of the Year (2022) and Nutrition Researcher of the Year (2013) awards.
Sr Director, Technical Product & Content Design, GNC
Rachel Kreider, Senior Director, Technical Product & Content Design, at GNC, is a Registered Dietitian overseeing scientifically backed products and content development that informs, empowers, and helps consumers Live Well. To learn more about GNC please visit https://www.gnc.com/
Lecturer, Edith Cowan University
Krissy Kendall, Ph.D., is a lecturer in Exercise and Sports Sciences at Edith Cowan University. Her research areas include examining physiological and performance adaptions to resistance training, dietary interventions to enhance the effects of physical activity, and the therapeutic effects of creatine supplementation. She has published over 60 peer-reviewed journal articles in areas related to exercise, body composition, and nutrition.