For many companies and industries, 2008 was the year everything went from bad to worse to downright awful. So how did the $102 billion U.S. nutrition industry fare amidst last year’s economic turmoil, and what’s happening this year for dietary supplement and ingredient firms, natural & organic companies and others within the industry?
Which product categories and sales channels performed best last year, and why?
What product and consumer trends impacted nutrition companies the most in 2008, and what’s on the horizon for the remainder of 2009 and beyond?
How are political changes in Washington, D.C. affecting dietary supplement and other nutrition industry companies?
Nutrition Business Journal’s annual U.S. Nutrition Industry Overview Web Seminar—scheduled was held 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Mountain Time on Thursday, August 20, 2009—and addressed these and other questions that are pertinent to nutrition industry companies large and small. During this Web seminar, NBJ’s editorial and research team presented a detailed review of the U.S. nutrition industry’s 2008 sales and growth performance by product category and sales channel, as well as discussed trends and issues affecting the industry at the consumer, manufacturer and supplier levels. This NBJ Web Seminar also included:
-A mid-year 2009 U.S. nutrition industry sales report, featuring NBJ analysis of data from Information Resources Inc., ACNielsen and SPINS
-Growth forecasts by product category and sales channel
-Rankings of the top U.S. supplement companies
-A discussion of the FDA’s Good Manufacturing Practices for supplement manufacturers and how their enforcement is affecting the industry
-A review of nanotechnology and its current applications within dietary supplements
-Tips for how supplement and other nutrition firms can most effectively use Internet marketing tools such as e-mail marketing, search engine optimization and marketing, and social marketing
-And much more
Nutrition Business Journal is widely recognized as the journal of record for the U.S. nutrition industry. Since 1996, NBJ has published the most detailed annual overview of the U.S. nutrition industry.
For one registration fee of $495 you will recieve a copy of the power-point presentation (downloadable immediately after purchase) along with the complete audio to keep (audio will be emailed over seperately).
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