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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TMR estimated the global nutraceuticals market to be $165.
The MENA nutraceuticals market is segmented on the basis of product type into dietary supplements, functional food and functional beverages.
The proceeds of the global nutraceuticals industry have grown from a value of USD ~ million in 2006 to ~ million in 2012.
Besides getting a top-notch facility, LTS Nutraceuticals will be able to introduce its products into Asia, where Biocalth has established a market leadership in nutraceuticals.
Particularly, multi-national corporations (MNCs) are turning more aggressive as they try to take the lead in capturing the nutraceuticals market in India.
Then, the 1994 Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act was passed, permitting the sale of nutraceuticals and other supplements that are nontoxic and make no curative claims.
As major corporations have embraced the products sometimes called ``functional foods'' or ``enhanced foods,'' nutraceuticals have moved from the shelves of alternative health stores to major grocery and drug stores.
Nutraceuticals from the first category are commonly found throughout the supermarket such as wheat bran, oat bran, legumes and spinach - raw foods which have earned recognition as nutraceuticals owing to the clinically-proven ability of each, as part of a balanced diet, to mitigate or modulate the risk of a particular chronic disease.
Challenges in developing delivery systems for food additives, nutraceuticals and dietary supplements
The North American nutraceuticals market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 7.
8220;India Nutraceuticals Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2017” report classifies the Indian nutraceuticals market into three submarkets - functional foods, functional beverages, and dietary supplements.
A Coca-Cola source said the company is quite keen to look at relatively small acquisition targets that have expertise in nutraceuticals.