The nutritional supplements and superfoods market
According to Citrine Global, the global nutritional supplements market is expected to reach $624.7 billion by 2030.
This market is also projected to grow at a rate of 7.1% during the forecast period from 2021 to 2030, with plant-based supplements containing natural ingredients and extracts from plants and fungi that have a beneficial biological effect.
Citrine Global is a plant-based pharmaceutical and wellness solutions company.
At the same time, the global superfood market is forecast to reach $214.95 billion by 2027.
A guide from La Compagnie des Sens explains that superfoods are 100% natural foods with high nutritional value that provide many health benefits.
These nutritional qualities are due to the high amounts of various nutrients that make up the food and enable people to meet their daily needs.
Thus, superfoods can serve as the basis for a healthy diet or can supplement certain insufficient intakes.
Compagnie des Sens is a company based in Lyon, France, whose goal is to enable everyone to use plants in their daily lives.
Why consume superfoods? Superfoods are rich in various nutrients, antioxidants, minerals, vitamins, trace elements, proteins, fatty acids and active compounds recognized as essential for the proper functioning of the human organism.
Nutritional Supplements and Superfoods Market
This true nutritional cocktail confers health benefits, particularly in the protection of the cardiovascular system, in support of the digestive or immune system in case of fatigue, cholesterol, diabetes, for example.
Superfoods also have beneficial effects on well-being, stress, weight loss, libido or hormonal balance, tone, vitality or even beauty thanks to antioxidants that fight cellular aging.
Citrine Global believes that the market demand for nutritional supplements is driven by:
- Increasing consumer focus on health and prevention.
- Increased customization to the needs of different segments of the population.
- Rising healthcare costs and the search for alternatives to cure specific problems.
- Growth in demand for supplements is driven primarily by probiotic supplements, fatty acids (i.e. fish oils) and protein supplements.
- The use of herbal/botanical supplements has emerged as a popular complementary and alternative medicine or supplement to modern medicine
- Increasing consumer awareness of the seriousness of digestive disorders stimulates the growth of the enzyme segment.