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Enhance your understanding of the worldwide nutrition industry as we pull data from NBJ’s Global Supplement Business Report to explore every angle.
The global pandemic has been wildly unpredictable, making the job of predicting a the global supplement market that much more difficult. Nutrition Business Journal (NBJ) knows with confidence where that market currently stands, along with the analysis and expertise in understanding of where it will move from here. With NBJ estimates showing 2021 will clock in at $167.49B, the most advantageous growth opportunities may come from regions growing over 10%.
Enhance your understanding of the worldwide nutrition industry as we pull data from NBJ’s Global Supplement Business Report to explore every angle: from the expected explosion in vitamins and minerals with immunity and general wellness focus, to the unexpected supply implications. We’ll talk about where the white space lies as conditions normalize, as well as benchmarks for what regions are pulling ahead and which are falling behind. Join us for this deep-dive along with a Q&A with NBJ’s Senior Industry Analyst Claire Morton Reynolds and Content & Insights Director Bill Giebler.
Jon Benninger is vice president and market leader at Informa Markets. He focuses on the strategic direction and growth of the SupplySide portfolio, which includes SupplySide West, SupplySide East, Natural Products Insider and Food & Beverage Insider. He coordinates with leaders of the other Informa health and nutrition events and brands, including Natural Products Expo, Vitafoods, Food ingredients, NEXT and Nutrition Business Journal. Benninger joined the company in 1995 as the founding editor of the company’s first trade magazine for the nutrition industry.
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