The global market for nutraceutical products increased from $117.3 billion in 2007 to an estimated $123.9 billion in 2008. It should reach $176.7 billion in 2013, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.4%.
Nutraceutical foods currently have the largest share of the market and were worth $39.9 billion in 2007. This is expected to increase to $40.6 billion in 2008 and $56.7 billion in 2013, for a CAGR of 6.9%.
Nutraceutical beverages generated $38.4 billion in 2007 and an estimated $42.8 billion in 2008. This segment is expected to dominate the market in 2013 with revenues of $71.3 billion, for a CAGR of 10.8%.
STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Will nutraceuticals hold the winning edge in the global economic slowdown in the food industry? Will they, in fact, exceed expectations?
The goals of this market research report are:
To define and measure the global market for nutraceuticals — the functional food, beverage, and supplement (FBS) market
To measure markets that could be better understood by stakeholders in terms of their own respective sales offerings
To strategically analyze individual markets in terms of products, ingredients, health applications, technology, geography, and top-selling products
To identify trends and opportunities in the functional food, beverage, and supplement market for all stakeholders
To provide quick and easy understanding of the very vast functional food, beverage, and supplement market
To provide a strategic analysis of the market so as to enable companies to formulate their strategies
To provide high-level analysis in terms of which products can sell in the mainstreams as blockbusters
REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
Food companies, already under intense pressure to perform, are looking at the functional food, beverage, and supplement market for help. Though the nutraceutical industry is just about 6% of the total food industry, the profit margins are much higher, making the adjusted market size larger. There is a lack of clear categorization in the nutraceutical market, and food companies tend to neglect important categories that are doing well as functional food. None of the market reports provide a single comprehensive geographic breakdown of the nutraceutical market as per the ingredients, applications, products, and technology.
Our study intends to provide an in-depth analysis of the functional FBS market. It can be used by any old or new player as a market guide to formulate its strategies.
The intended audience includes all the stakeholders of the FBS market, including food manufacturers, retailers, wholesalers, food formulators, supermarkets, grain producers, technology providers, research and development (R&D) companies, and advertisers. New entrants like pharmaceutical companies, regular food companies, and beverage companies can use this report for a thorough understanding of the market dynamics.
SCOPE OF REPORT
The report is a full breakdown of the nutraceutical—functional food, beverage, and supplement market. It contains a detailed assessment of seven bioactive ingredients; 18 food product categories; eight application areas; and four geographic areas, thereby providing comprehensive market estimates for more than 1,200 market subsegments. Each section provides market data, market drivers, trends and opportunities, top-selling products, key players, and competitive outlook. The report provides more than 100 market tables that give a complete insight into the market, along with 40 company profiles. All market tables are categorized geographic region, ingredient, application, and product categories.
The report highlights and makes constructive arguments on strategic issues like premiumization versus mass market, licensing/partnering, NPD (new product development), repositioning, focus areas and market segmentation, niche market, mainstream and blockbuster strategy, and tapping the children’s market.
All the market data consists of aggregate sales figures of all sales channels. We have analyzed over 114 new product launches in the functional food, beverage, and supplement category. We have researched over 167 technology patents over the last 5 years, and analyzed more than 1,000 news items and over 88 case studies and documented health claims to get an in-depth understanding of the health benefits of products. The report focuses on the nutraceutical market rather than the technical aspect of the industry. We have analyzed key market developments of more than 120 companies in this sector, based on information gathered by known paid and unpaid secondary sources. High-level primary interviews were conducted with several industry people to analyze and verify the market trends and structure.
The author of the report, Sandeep Sugla, is a chief research analyst with a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Shivaji University and over 8 years of experience. He has already published reports on subjects such as telemedicine, sales force effectiveness, pharmaceuticals and health care, and New Revenue Models of Pharma in the Debacle of Blockbusters.
Published - May-2003|
Analyst - Andrew McWilliams|
Code - FOD013B
The global nutraceuticals market grew to $46.7 billion in 2002, at an AAGR of nearly 7%.
2007 nutraceutical sales are projected to reach $74.7 billion at an AAGR of 9.9%.
This assumes a world economic recovery in 2003 and an end to price competition.
Sales could accelerate with the introduction of a “blockbuster” nutraceutical.
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