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New research focuses on dietary supplements market

By on September 22, 2017

Herbal, non-pharmaceutical remedies have been assessed in latest report by the Transparency Market Research (TMR)

As the customer demand for herbal remedies in on the rise, in order to keep optimal health levels naturally, the global dietary supplements market also increased. Consequently, prices and supplies are growing in an unprecedented way.

According to latest TMP report, herbal supplements are in consistent advantage in front of pharmaceutical alternatives, due to their “natural” labeling, while gaining the customer’s confidence because of their minimum or even lack of side-effects.

The analysis also provides details on restrictions, regulations and the major factors limiting market growth. As the study shows, product availability, delivery, price and credibility are the main factors influencing the development of the industry. The Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP) regulations announced by the U.S. FDA also contributes to the segment’s future.

Moreover, though manufacturers of herbal supplements claim their products are always natural, this isn’t always true. In addition, in order to make sure that treatments do not have unwanted side-effects or interactions, patients should always ask for the advice of a doctor before engaging into any dietary supplement cure.

The most developed herbal remedies markets are in North America, followed by Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, China, India, Malaysia, and Singapore, with key players specialized on nutraceuticals all over the aforementioned areas.

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