Nutritionals Are “Powerhouse” Behind 4.5% Growth In Consumer Health Product Sales
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Consumer health product sales are growing three times faster than other consumer packaged goods and faster than Rx sales thanks in part to “massive” nutritional sales and the return of branded OTC drugs to the market. The Affordable Care Act and innovation also contribute to the strong growth.
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