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Export to Europe and China

Export to Europe and China

Western Europe made up some 14% of global sales right behind Asia at 44% and USA at 32%. Europe’s segment is smaller but is growing faster than the US market at this time. Italy, Germany, UK, French and Spain are the largest supplement markets in Europe. The problem is importing to them is no

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Non GMO Movement

Non GMO Movement

The demand for Non-GMO products is expected to reach 800 billions by 2017. The success of this movement is tremendous but success for mandatory labeling is far from guaranteed. Therefore label your products now to help consumers that care about GMO.

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Enhancing Digestive Powers

Enhancing Digestive Powers

The human requirement for vitamins, minerals and other nutrients remains constant throughout adult life. Unfortunately our ability to digest food and absorb vital nutrients declines with age. Any supplement that helps digestion is increasingly popular. Look for example at Hydrochloric acid in the

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Quality in Protein is a hot trend

Quality in Protein is a hot trend

The leading edge in this market are proteins that are easy to digest, sprouted proteins with enzymes, non-dairy and non-soy proteins. Whey protein is still popular (superior mouth feel and taste) but not growing as fast as those new more novel sprouted bean proteins. If you are in the protein

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Natural Vitamins VS Petroleum and Mineral Based Vitamins

Natural Vitamins VS Petroleum and Mineral Based Vitamins

The US public is increasingly looking into what’s behind the vitamins and minerals. How were they created, from what? This causes two problems; the public has no understanding of chemistry and as soon as they see that a vitamin is not derived from plants or probiotics they get conc

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Avoiding  excipients

Avoiding excipients

When deciding on the composition of your product, please keep in mind that recent marketing research (Health Focus International) shows that consumers like simple ingredient lists that only contain ingredients they understand. We have invested in specialized equipment to make supplements witho

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Telomeres are in the NEWS!

Telomeres are in the NEWS!

Anything that helps lengthen them will lengthen your life. So naturally this is a hot segment. There are many supplements that help with telomeres including: vitamin D, multivitamins, omega-3s, and ashwagandha to mention a few. Basically any supplement that helps with cell rejuvenation, cleans

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Relax me now!

Relax me now!

People are dropping prescription strength options and turning to supplements when they want to relax. In addition to the usual components used to relax a worried brain, such as GABA, calcium, magnesium, Valerian Root Extract, Passionflower and melatonin, new firms are now using novel ingredients s

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Quality in Energy

Quality in Energy

Energy supplements are moving to mushrooms and other novel brain and oxygen enhancers. Cordyceps and reishi represent the two most common mushrooms used. In addition, companies are using botanicals from adaptogenicastragalus and schizandra to goji berries. They are also using BioPerine to enhance

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Selling Germs!

Selling Germs!

Broad-spectrum probiotics are increasingly getting more attention. Powerful articles, books and entire research teams have been written in favor of probiotics. Dr. Campbell-McBride, the woman behind the GAPS diet and the author of “Gut and Psychology Syndrome” has written extensively about the

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