In 2010, Japan accounted for 31.27% of the global functional food market and was the market leader. Demand for nutritional and dietary supplements is expected to increase but the growth rate will be very slow due to a decline in spending power; this trend is expected to continue until 2013. An increasing demand for anti-ageing, energy and skin care products boosted the demand for herbal/ traditional products in 2009.
In 2010, there was a strong demand for combination formulas and probiotics in the country. In 2006 there was a fall in retail sales of vitamins and dietary supplements, demand which recovered soon in 2007 but thereafter a slow growth rate was registered and continued even in 2011.
In 2009, the sports nutrition market had registered a slight decline of 0.23%. The decline can be attributed to the increase in cost of raw materials, especially in the protein powder segment.
The current report on “Nutritional and Dietary Supplements Market in Japan” covers overall industry performance and further gives a detailed description of major segments of the industry. The report talks about the vitamins, sports nutrition and herbal supplements market performance and provides reasons for changes in the market. It also covers recent industry trends and developments, macro economy environment and growth drivers accountable for any changes in the industry performance.
Scope of the report:
- The objective of the research report is to provide an understanding of nutritional and dietary supplements performance in Japan in respect to retailers, manufacturers and distributors.
- The overview of global nutritional supplements demand helps to compare the industry performance in Japan.
- This report is useful for both international and domestic players, wherein international players get to know which segment to enter and domestic players can compare their present positioning in the market.
- Industry performance has been discussed in various parameters such as – demand by segments, GDP, Import/Export, Aging population and Disposable income.
1.1. Industry Overview
1.2 Distribution Channels
1.3 Market Size
2. Japan Nutrition and Dietary Supplements Industry
2.1. Industry Overview
2.2. Distribution Channels
2.3. Market Size
2.3.1. Nutraceutical Demand
2.3.2. Vitamin and Dietary Supplements Demand
2.3.3. By Segments
220.127.116.11. Vitamin Preparation Market
18.104.22.168. Sports Nutrition
22.214.171.124. Herbal Supplements
3. Industry Trends and Developments
3.1. Dietary Supplement Intake by Adults
3.3. Herbal Weight Loss Supplements
3.4. Dietary Supplements Ingredient Demand
3.5. Functional Coke Introduced by Coca Cola
3.6. Japan Functional Food Demand Trend
4. Japan Macro Economy Environment
4.1. GDP Recovery and Growth
4.3. Japan Total Population
5. Growth Drivers
5.1. Rapidly Aging Population
5.2. Rising Medical Care Expenditures
5.3. Disposable Income
6.1. Forecast Methodology
6.1.1. Data Collection Methods
6.1.3. Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model
6.1.4. Final Conclusion
6.2. Definitions and Abbreviations
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1: Global Nutrition and Dietary Supplements (2006-2010)
Figure 2: Sales by Distribution Channels in 2010
Figure 3: Japan Nutraceuticals Demand and Forecast by Value (2006-2015F)
Figure 4: Japan Vitamin and Dietary Supplements Demand by Value (2006-2010)
Figure 5: Japan Vitamin Preparation Market by Value (2006-2010)
Figure 6: Japan Sports Nutrition Market (2006-2010)
Figure 7: Japan Sports Nutrition Market by Product Segments in 2010
Figure 8: Japan Herbal Healthcare Supplements Market (2006-2010)
Figure 9: Japan GDP (at current prices) (2006-2010)
Figure 10: Japan Total Population (2006-2010)
Figure 11: Japan Aging Population (2006-2010)
Figure 12: Japan Medical Care Expenditures (2006-2010)
LIST OF TABLES
Table 1: Vitamin and Dietary Supplements Sales by Distribution Channels in % (2010)
Table 2: Health Food/Vitamin Import by volume (2006-2010)
Table 3: Health Food/Vitamin Import by value in USD Million, 2006-2010