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And a trade organisation representing the vitamin industry cautioned against reading too much into the study.
The immensely profitable vitamin industry depends on consumers believing that more is better.
BE APART of the $61 billion Healthcare Vitamin Industry.
The vitamin industry is like the fashion industry--trends come and go.
Promotional activity has increased as manufacturers aim to keep pace with the growing vitamin industry.
Friedman is no stranger to controversy and has exposed the artificial sweetener industry for causing obesity, the milk industry for causing osteoporosis and the synthetic vitamin industry for causing sickness and disease.
measure she'd like to see the vitamin industry develop product labeling and consistency standards.
She added that although standardization of the iodine content of prenatal vitamins is an appropriate job for the federal government, as an interim measure she'd like to see the vitamin industry develop product labeling and consistency standards.
Dr Ann Walker, senior lecturer in nutrition at Reading University - who advises the vitamin industry - said some products will have to be reformulated.
Vitamin industry sources across North America and in China said that Roche and BASF appear to operate in unison, using identical strategies to squeeze smaller industry players out of the vitamin business.
earlier this year, as part of a continuing investigation of price fixing in the vitamin industry.
Here in the heart of the nation's herbal and vitamin industry, a stainless steel contraption was hard at work on a recent morning, spitting out clear plastic capsules at the rate of 90,000 an hour.