nutraceutical


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nutraceutical

[‚nü·trə′süd·ə·kəl]
(biochemistry)
Any food or food ingredient that is medically beneficial to an organism, including preventing disease.
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The Korean natural gas company, with a $45 million market cap, recently realized that the Indian nutraceutical/herbal solutions space has enormous opportunities and was keen for a buyout of an Indian nutraceutical player.
In the early 1990s, nutraceutical manufacturers feared that FDA would challenge their label claims.
and director of the school's Nutraceutical Institute.
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Consumers are adopting nutritional products as the key to maintain good health and this in turn is driving the global nutraceuticals market globally.
Paul Lachance is a professor of nutrition and food science, and chairman of the food science department at Rutgers University in New Jersey, where research continues on nutraceuticals.
New market research report "Nutraceuticals Product Market: Global Market Size, Segment And Country Analysis And Forecasts (2007-2017)" prepared byTransparency Market Research provides a holistic view to the global nutraceuticals product market from a global perspective, with a focus on six geographic regions - North America, Western and Eastern Europe, the Asia-Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East & Africa.
The nutraceutical ingredients market, in terms of value, is projected to reach about USD 38.
Research indicates that the global nutraceuticals market is forecast to grow at a healthy rate during 2010-2017.
Over the years, nutraceutical market has experienced robust growth fueled by high consumer demand, product innovation and low regulatory hurdles.