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The US Nutritional and Dietary Supplements Market and Forecast to 2016: Edition 2012

  • ID: 2095004
  • Report
  • March 2012
  • Region: United States
  • 43 Pages
  • Ken Research Private Limited


  • Atrium Innovations
  • Mead Johnson
  • Nestle
The report on “The US Nutritional and Dietary Supplements Market and Forecast to 2016” provides extensive information on different types of health supplements demand trends and reasons for change. It also discuses performance of industry segments such as vitamins, minerals, herbal supplements, sports nutrition and whey supplements. The report talks about various factors driving growth in the industry and at the same time impact of macro economy factors over the industry performance. We have also covered industry regulations, M&A's and major player's performance.

The nature of the industry is fragmented and uses various sources to make it available to the final consumers, such as – supermarkets, medical stores, specialty outlets and mail order companies promoting products through TV channels. Also internet is contributing a major share in the growth of supplements demand. Sales of nutritional and dietary supplements (including sports nutrition) grew in 2010, with the highest growth registered in the conventional (food, drug and mass merchandisers/FDM) channel.

Vitamins segment account for the largest source of revenue in the overall US dietary supplements industry. Calcium is one of the most on demand supplements in minerals category driven by women population, rising aging population, arthritis cases, osteoarthritis, bone fractures and other bone and joint diseases. The US sports supplement market is leading worldwide with 57% market share. This sector was affected by recent economic crisis when people preferred to manage funds rather than spending on gymnasiums or health clubs. Weight loss market registered a slow growth from 2009 to 2011 due to shift in demand from high cost weight management supplements to low cost meal replacements and diet plans.

Key Findings

- The US dietary supplements industry recorded a CAGR of 3.57% during the period 2003-2008.

- In 2011, the US nutrition and dietary supplements market reached USD ~ billion compared to USD ~ billion of 2010. When compared to 2009, fall in growth rate was recorded in 2010 & 2011.

- By 2016, nutrition and dietary supplement market retail sales is expected to cross USD ~ billion. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR 4.54% between 2011-2016 driven by sports nutrition and weight loss demand and multivitamins demand.

- Share of herbal supplements grew from 11.40% in 2010 to 11.70% in 2011. Meal replacement supplements demand is reflecting positive growth trend y/y and even post recession demand grew at 7.60% in 2011.

- The revenue generated from vitamin and mineral supplements category rose 9.78% in 2011 to USD ~ billion from USD ~ billion in 2010. The total revenue from vitamin and mineral category in the country is expected to grow at a 6 year CAGR of 6.23% from 2011 to 2016.

- In 2011, sales of vitamin D in the US rose 13.55% to USD ~ million relative to 2010 results.

- In terms of retail sales by value, calcium market reached to USD ~ million in 2011 compared to USD ~ million in 2010 and hold 8.18% share in the overall nutritional and dietary supplements industry.

- Sports nutrition and weight loss (SNWL) segments together reached USD ~ billion in 2011 and is further expected to reached USD ~ billion by 2016. SNWL sale is expected to grow at a CAGR 11.68% between 2011-2016

Products Mentioned:

- Nutritional and Dietary Supplements
- Vitamin
- Minerals
- Calcium Supplements
- Sports Nutrition and Weight Loss Management
- Herbal Supplements
- Natural & Health Food
- Direct Sales
- Mass Market
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  • Atrium Innovations
  • Mead Johnson
  • Nestle
1. United States Nutrition and Dietary Supplements Market

1.1. Industry Overview

1.2. Market Size

1.2.1. Nutrition and Dietary supplements sales by category

2. Industry by Segments

2.1. US Vitamin & Minerals Market and Forecast

2.1.1. Industry Performance

2.2. Sports Nutrition and Weight Loss Market and Forecast

2.2.1. Industry performance

2.3. Whey Protein Market

2.3.1. Industry Performance

2.4. The US Herbal Supplements Market and Forecast

2.4.1. Industry Performance

3. Industry Driving Forces

3.1. US healthcare Spending

3.2. Growing Number of Baby Boomers

3.3. Rising Incidence of Diabetes in Younger Populations

3.4. Rising Number of health clubs and membership

3.5. Rising Per Capita Income

4. Industry Trends

4.1. US Health Insurance Trends

4.2. Rising Hospital Admissions

4.3. Regulatory Environment

4.4. Importance of Dietary Supplements in US Women Health Market

4.5. Pets Supplements Sector

5. Macro Economic Factors

5.1. Population

5.2. Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

5.3. Personal Disposable Income

5.4. Inflation

6. Players Profiling

6.1. Atrium Innovations

6.1.1. Business Description

6.1.2 Key Financials

6.1.2. Major Developments

6.2. Mead Johnson

6.2.1. Business Description

6.2.2. Key Financials

6.2.3. Major Developments

6.3. Nestle

6.3.1. Company Overview

6.3.2. Key Financials

6.3.3. Major Developments

7. Appendix

7.1. Abbreviations

7.2. Forecast Methodology

Data Collection Methods


Variables (Dependent and Independent)

Final Conclusion


7.3. Disclaimer

Figure 1: The US Nutrition and Dietary Supplements Industry Supply Chain

Figure 2: Nutrition and Dietary Supplements Retail Sales by Value in the US (2006-2016F)
Figure 3: Dietary Supplements as % of US GDP (2006-2011)
Figure 4: Vitamin and Dietary Supplements Demand by Product Category in % (2010 & 2011)

Figure 5: Vitamin and Mineral Market and Forecast (2006-2016F)

Figure 6: Vitamin D Retail Sales by Value (2006-2011)

Figure 7: Calcium Supplements Retail Sales by Value (2006-2011)

Figure 8: Sports Nutrition and Weight Loss Management Market by Value (2006-2016F)
Figure 9: The US Whey Powder Market Production by Volume, 2007-2011

Figure 10: Herbal Supplements Retail Sales in All Channels by Value (2006-2016F)

Figure 11: The US Average Annual Cost of Healthcare (2006-2011)

Figure 12: The US Healthcare Expenditures (2000-2010)

Figure 13: Aging Population in the US: 65 Years and Over (2000-2011)

Figure 14: New Cases of Diabetes in the US (Ages 18-79) (2006-2010)

Figure 15: Health Club Membership in the US (2006-2010)

Figure 16: The US Number of Health Clubs (2006-2010)

Figure 17: Per Capita Income in the US (2000-2011)

Figure 18: The US health Insurance Premium (2006-2010)

Figure 19: Total Population in the US (2000-2011)

Figure 20: US GDP at Current Prices (2000-2011)

Figure 21: Personal Disposable Income in the US (2006-2015)

Figure 22: The US inflation, Average Consumer Prices in % (2006-2011)

Figure 23: Atrium Innovations Results (2006-2011)

Figure 24: Mead Johnson Total Sales by Value (2006-2011)

Figure 25: Nestle Revenues (2006-2010)

Table 1: Herb Sales by Channels (2009-2011)
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- Atrium Innovations
- Mead Johnson
- Nestle
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