Europe Vitamin and Dietary Supplements Demand and Forecast

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The report on “Europe Vitamin and Dietary Supplements Demand and Forecast” includes a detailed study of the nutrition and supplements industry. The report further discusses the different segments of this market, such as vitamins, sports nutrition and weight loss as well as the herbal supplements category. We have analyzed industry driving factors and trends prevailing in the market. The report also includes the major players and few large markets of Europe. Additionally, we have discussed cause and effect relationship of macroeconomic and industry factors on the industry providing the basis for the future outlook.

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Europe Vitamin and Dietary Supplements Demand and Forecast

  1. 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYEurope is considered to be one of the largest markets for nutrients & supplements in theworld. In the European region, Western Europe which is one of the most developed marketsis regarded as the largest market for dietary supplements while Eastern Europe which is adeveloping market, is considered to have future growth potential. Russia, followed by Polandis the leading market in Eastern Europe. In 2010, European dietary supplements market grewby 5.70% which was higher than the 2009 results, when the market experienced a growth ofonly 2.00%. The growth was due to the rising aging population and the resultant cases ofbone health issues, high healthcare costs and increase in chronic diseases, among others.Among the various product categories, sales of vitamins, especially multivitamins andvitamin B as well as dietary supplements showed a positive growth trend in 2010, and salesof sports nutrition and fish oil supplements was also observed. Among the various Europeaneconomies, Germany was the largest market, with 31% share, followed by France, Italy andthe UK. Aging baby boomers, changing lifestyle, demand for fortified food, increased focuson health, high incidence of chronic diseases are some of the factors that are driving thedemand for nutrients & supplements in the region.From 2010-2015, the European vitamin and dietary supplements market is expected to growat a CAGR 5.07%, driven by developing European dietary supplements market, increasededucation level in both Western and Eastern regions, and also due to the growing demand forherbal supplements and fish oil.The report on “Europe Vitamin and Dietary Supplements Demand and Forecast” includes adetailed study of the nutrition and supplements industry. The report further discusses thedifferent segments of this market, such as vitamins, sports nutrition and weight loss as well asthe herbal supplements category. We have analyzed industry driving factors and trendsprevailing in the market. The report also includes the major players and few large markets ofEurope. Additionally, we have discussed cause and effect relationship of macroeconomic andindustry factors on the industry providing the basis for the future outlook. 2
  2. 2. SCOPE OF THE REPORT  The report answers, what is the market size and future of the European vitamin and dietary supplements? - Demand trend by vitamins categories - Importance of sports supplements - A shift from allopathic supplements to herbal supplements  Who/Which are the leading international and domestic players and factors accountable for any change (growth/fall)?  Discussed which are the most developed dietary supplements markets geographically? - Market past, present and future of the dietary supplements in UK - Impact of aging population over herbal supplements demand in the UK - Role of Gymnasiums in rising demand for sports supplements in Romania. - Healthcare products demand by segments in Germany  What are the driving forces and how they are accountable for any change in the European dietary supplements industry?  What is the relation between bone or heart healthcare market and dietary supplements?  How macro economy environment is changing in Europe and what are the key factors which help in analyzing the future of the vitamins market? 3
  3. 3. TABLE OF CONTENTS1. European Nutrition and Dietary Supplements Industry1.1. An Overview1.2. Market Size1.2.1. Vitamin and Prebiotic1.2.2. Herbal Supplements1.2.3. Sports Nutrition2. UK nutrition and Dietary supplements Industry2.1. Market Size2.1.1. Vitamin2.1.2. Herbal Supplements2.1.3. Sports Nutrition2.1.4. UK Probiotic2.2. UK Macro Economy Factors2.2.1. GDP Performance2.2.2. Rising Per Capita Income2.2.3. Inflation2.2.4. Population2.2.5. UK National Health Expenditure3. Romania Nutritional and Dietary Supplements Industry3.1. Market Size4. Germany4.1 Sports Nutrition5. Europe Industry Trends and Developments5.1. EU regulatory framework5.2. Health conscious consumers to drive European vitamin B market 4
  4. 4. 5.3. Acquisitions in European Dietary Supplements Market5.4. Demand trends in France5.5. Demand for Body building Products6. Europe Industry Driving Forces6.1. Growing Young and Old age Population6.2. Prevention of Chronic Diseases6.3. Increase in Healthcare Cost led Dietary Supplements Demand6.4. Bone Health Market: Aging Population Holds the Key6.5. Heart Health: Rising Costs Drives the Market6.6. Intermediary cost holds the key6.7. Major pharmaceutical companies6.8. Private Label Vitamins-Economical Way of Healthy Lifestyle7. Macro Economy Factors in Europe7.1. Gross Domestic Product7.2. Inflation7.3. Europe Population8. Industry Players8.1. Holland & Barrett8.1.1. Business Overview8.1.2. Recent Financials8.1.3. Business Developments8.2. GNC8.2.1. Business Overview8.2.2. Recent Developments8.3. Bayer AG8.3.1. Business Overview8.3.2. Recent Financials 5
  5. 5. 8.3.3. Recent Developments9. Research MethodologyData Collection MethodsApproachReasons for the Selection of Independent VariablesDisclaimerLIST OF FIGURESFigure 1: Classes of Complementary MedicinesFigure 2: Europe Vitamin and Dietary Supplements Market by Retail Sales and Forecast(2006-2015F)Figure 3: Europe Vitamin and Dietary Supplements Market by Geography in 2010Figure 4: Europe Vitamin B Market (2006-2010)Figure 5: Europe Pre-biotic Supplements Market by Retail Sales (2006-2010)Figure 6: Europe Herbal Supplements Market by Retail Sales (2006-2010)Figure 7: Europe Sports Nutrition Supplements Market by Retail Sales (2006-2010)Figure 8: UK Vitamin and Dietary Supplements Market Retail Sales (2006-2015F)Figure 9: UK Vitamin and Dietary Supplements Demand by Sectors in 2010 (%)Figure 10: UK Vitamin Demand by Segments in 2010Figure 11: UK Single Vitamin Demand by Retail Sales (2006-2010)Figure 12: UK Vitamin C Market by Retail Sales (2006-2010)Figure 13: UK Vitamin B Market by Retail Sales (2006-2010)Figure 14: UK Multivitamin Market Retail Sales (2006-2010)Figure 15: UK Herbal Supplements Market (2006-2010)Figure 16: UK GDP at Current Prices (2006-2010)Figure 17: UK Total Population (2006-2010)Figure 18: UK Healthcare Expenditure (2006-2009) 6
  6. 6. Figure 19: Romania Dietary Supplements Market by Retail Sales (2006-2010)Figure 20: Healthcare Products Demand by Sectors in Germany in 2010Figure 21: German Dietary Supplements market by Segments in 2010Figure 22: German Sports Nutrition Supplements Market (2006-2010)Figure 23: Europe GDP at Current Prices (2006-2010)Figure 24: Bayer Annual Revenue (2009&2010)LIST OF TABLESTable 1: UK CPI Annual Inflation Rates (%) (2000-2011)Table 2: Young Age Dependency Ratio, Present and ProjectionsTable 3: Population aged between 65 years old or over, Present and Projections 7

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