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Indian Nutraceuticals Market Forecast to 2017

March 19, 2013

This report “Indian Nutraceuticals Market Forecast to 2017″ announced by Research and Markets is a comprehensive research that contains detail statistics, in-depth analysis, and quality research on the Indian Nutraceuticals Market. The report categorizes the Indian Nutraceuticals Market into three segments: Functional Foods Market, Functional Beverages Market, and Dietary Supplements Market to provide a detailed overview of past and present performance of each segment.

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India is the largest potential market for Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplement products. The burgeoning affluent middle class population in the country is increasingly becoming health conscious. The awareness about the positive impact of using nutraceuticals and dietary supplements is the new phenomenon among young Indians.

In India nearly 400 million people belong to the middle class and have disposable income which makes them capable to buy nutraceuticals and dietary supplements. It is an inevitable fact that affluence is one of the causes of lifestyle diseases, which nutraceuticals and dietary supplements often address.

Over the past five years (2008-2012), the Indian Nutraceuticals Market has been growing at a rapid pace. The Indian Nutraceuticals market is the fastest growing sector among other sectors of Indian food and Phamaceuticals market and is expected to sustain its growth in the coming years.

Indian Nutraceuticals Market Forecast to 2017 is a comprehensive research that contains detail statistics, in-depth analysis, and quality research on Indian Nutraceuticals Market.

The report categorizes Indian Nutraceuticals Market into three segments: Functional Foods Market, Functional Beverages Market, and Dietary Supplements Market to provide a detailed overview of past and present performance of each segment. The segment-wise future outlook has been given in the report which will help readers to identify the future growth spots and the market target.

Also, the report categorizes each segment into sub-segments to provide a detailed overview of past and present performance of each sub-segment.

The report helps readers to understand the Indian consumer behavior and their preferences and the real scenario of the food retail sector in the country. The report also focuses various distribution networks existing in the Indian market and the market trends, potential future growth areas, and challenges for the sector.

The report covers elaborate analysis of the key players, both local and international, to help clients understand the market, its structure and progress in the coming years.

Companies mentioned in this report include Amway India Enterprises Private Limited, Advanced Enzyme Technologies Limited, Alkem Laboratories Limited, Britannia Industries Limited, British Biologicals, Cadila Health care, Dabur India Limited, DSM Nutritional Products India Private Limited, Enhance Proteins Limited, Emami Limited, Glaxo Smithkline Consumer Healthcare Limited, Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Limited, Glanbia Plc, Heinz India Private Limited, Herbal life, Hexagon Nutrition Private Limited , Himalaya Herbal Health Care, Nestle India Limited, National Dairy Development Board, Omniactive Health Technologies Limited, Parry Nutraceuticals Limited, Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited, Raptakos Brett & Co. Limited, Rasoya Proteins Limited and Wockhardt Limited.

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