Market Research

U.S. Dietary Supplement Market

November 1, 2003

Nutrition Business Journal (NBJ), San Diego, CA, has released, “NBJ’s Supplement Business Report 2003,” which offers analysis of the $18.8 billion U.S. dietary supplement market. The 800 plus page new edition for 2003 presents 18 sections with detailed analysis of each of the six major supplement categories, including vitamins, minerals, herbs, liquid meal replacements, sports and weight loss and specialty supplements. Data for each major sales channel, raw materials and consumer trends are also included.

For more information: Nutrition Business Journal, 619-295-7685; E-mail:; Website:

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