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Tom Gallen

Managing Editor – Europe

Having joined OTC bulletin as a business reporter in 2013, Tom is currently the managing editor and has an intimate knowledge of the global consumer healthcare market, particularly commercial and regulatory issues. He specializes in analyzing the strategies of the world's leading consumer healthcare companies, their business performance, plans and product portfolios.
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Vegan Trend Propelling Growth of UK Dietary Supplements Market

Vegans and vegetarians looking to supplement their diet with calcium and iron helped boost overall sales of VMS products in the UK in 2018, according to data from Mintel. Total VMS sales reached £442m in 2018, with the market forecast to grow by 8% over the next five years.
Dietary Supplements Market Intelligence

Reckitt Begins CEO Search As Kapoor Departs The Company He Reshaped

Reckitt Benckiser's long-serving CEO, Rakesh Kapoor, has unexpectedly announced his intention to retire by the end of the year, with the company immediately kicking off the search for his replacement. Kapoor will be remembered for transforming RB's consumer health business, but also for a number of setbacks under his watch which have impacted results.
Appointments Business Strategies

J&J Names New EMEA Chief To Drive Consumer Growth

J&J has turned to long-serving exec Pat Smallcombe to drive growth and market share for its Consumer business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Europe Middle East and Africa

Spanish Consumers Not Swayed By Ads, Preferring Trusted OTC Remedies

Consumers in Spain tend to choose medicines they have used previously when tackling the symptoms of cold and flu, a survey shows. Interestingly, less than 2% of Spaniards claim to be influenced by TV advertising when selecting an OTC brand.
Spain Market Intelligence

Supplements Industry Under Threat In Australia With 'Made In' Claim Restrictions

Claiming a dietary supplement is 'Made in Australia' has become much harder, threatening the long term viability of a thriving industry, warns Complementary Medicines Australia.

Dietary Supplements Australia

Bayer Slapped With Weighty Fine For Misleading Consumers in Hungary

Advertisements for Bayer's Berocca brand in Hungary were found to be misleading by the national competition watchdog, resulting in a considerable fine for the German group.
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