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World Nutraceuticals

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ExEcutivE Summary markEt EnvironmEnt

General ...............................................................4 World Economic Outlook.........................................5 World Demographic Patterns ................................. 10 Total Population.............................................. 10 Age Distribution.............................................. 13 Population 50 Years & Older .......................... 13 Population 65 Years & Older .......................... 17 World Health Expenditures.................................... 19 Nutritional Product Overview................................. 23 Supply & Demand ............................................ 23 Product Groups ............................................... 27 Fortified Foods & Beverages .......................... 28 Infant & Pediatric Nutritionals....................... 29 Dietary Supplements .................................... 29 Adult Nutritionals ........................................ 30 Nutrient-Based Therapies .............................. 31 Regulatory Considerations .................................... 32 Market & Pricing Trends ....................................... 33

nortH amErica

North America .................................................. 128 Nutrients & Minerals ...................................... 131 Vitamins ...................................................... 133 Herbal & Non-Herbal Extracts .......................... 135 United States ................................................... 137 Canada ............................................................ 150 Mexico ............................................................ 160

Turkey ......................................................... 360 South Africa ................................................. 362 Saudi Arabia ................................................. 364 All Other Africa/Mideast ................................. 366

inDuStry StructurE

WEStErn EuroPE

WorLD SuPPLy & DEmanD

General ............................................................. 35 World Nutraceutical Demand ................................. 38 World Nutraceutical Shipments .............................. 40 International Trade in Nutraceuticals...................... 45 Nutraceutical Product Groups ................................ 48 Nutrients & Minerals ............................................ 50 Nutrients ....................................................... 51 Proteins ..................................................... 53 Functional Food Additives ............................. 57 Fibers & Other Nutrients ............................... 71 Minerals......................................................... 75 Electrolytes & Trace Minerals ......................... 76 Essential Minerals ........................................ 78 Vitamins ........................................................ 82 Vitamin E ................................................... 84 Vitamin C ................................................... 87 Vitamin A................................................... 89 B-Group Vitamins ........................................ 91 Thiamin (Vitamin B1) ............................... 91 Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) ............................ 92 Niacin (Vitamin B3) ................................. 92 Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5)................... 93 Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) ........................... 94 Folic Acid (Vitamin B9) ............................ 95 Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12) .................. 95 Other Vitamins ............................................ 97 Biotin (Vitamin H) ................................... 97 Vitamin D ............................................... 97 Vitamin K ............................................... 99 Herbal & Non-Herbal Extracts ................................ 99 Herbal Extracts ............................................. 100 Ginkgo Biloba ........................................... 103 Ginseng ................................................... 105 Garlic ...................................................... 106 St. John's Wort ......................................... 107 Echinacea ................................................ 109 Saw Palmetto ............................................ 110 Other Herbal Extracts ................................. 112 Non-Herbal Extracts ....................................... 122 Glucosamine & Chondroitin ........................ 122 Coenzyme Q10 .......................................... 124 Melatonin ................................................ 125 Other Non-Herbal Extracts........................... 126

Western Europe................................................. 170 Nutrients & Minerals ...................................... 173 Vitamins ...................................................... 175 Herbal & Herbal Extracts ................................ 177 France ............................................................. 179 Germany .......................................................... 188 Italy ............................................................... 197 Spain .............................................................. 206 Switzerland ...................................................... 214 United Kingdom ................................................ 223 Other Western Europe ........................................ 233 Netherlands .................................................. 239 Belgium ....................................................... 240 Sweden........................................................ 242 Austria ........................................................ 244 Denmark ...................................................... 245 Finland ........................................................ 246 Ireland ........................................................ 248 Portugal ...................................................... 250 All Other Western Europe ................................ 251

General ........................................................... 368 Market Share .................................................... 369 Competitive Strategies ....................................... 371 Solae LLC ..................................................... 371 Cargill ......................................................... 372 DSM Nutritional Products ................................ 374 ADM Natural Health and Nutrition .................... 374 BASF ........................................................... 375 Sales by Competitor .......................................... 376 Mergers & Acquisitions....................................... 379 Licensing & Related Agreements .......................... 384 Channels of Distribution..................................... 391 Marketing Factors.............................................. 393 Product Development ......................................... 395 Manufacturing Requirements ............................... 396

comPany ProFiLES

aSia/PaciFic

Asia/Pacific ...................................................... 255 Nutrients & Minerals ...................................... 257 Vitamins ...................................................... 260 Herbal & Non-Herbal Extracts .......................... 262 China .............................................................. 264 India .............................................................. 277 Japan.............................................................. 285 Other Asia/Pacific ............................................. 298 South Korea ................................................. 305 Australia ...................................................... 307 Taiwan ........................................................ 308 All Other Asia/Pacific Countries ....................... 309

otHEr rEGionS

Other Regions................................................... 312 Nutrients & Minerals ...................................... 314 Vitamins ...................................................... 315 Herbal & Non-Herbal Extracts .......................... 316 Latin America ................................................... 317 Brazil .......................................................... 325 Argentina..................................................... 326 Colombia ..................................................... 327 Chile ........................................................... 328 Venezuela .................................................... 329 All Other Latin America .................................. 330 Eastern Europe ................................................. 333 Russia ......................................................... 341 Poland ......................................................... 343 Czech Republic ............................................. 344 Hungary....................................................... 345 All Other East European Countries .................... 346 Africa/Mideast .................................................. 348 Israel .......................................................... 357

Abbott Laboratories........................................... 398 Ajinomoto Company .......................................... 400 Archer-Daniels-Midland Company ......................... 403 BASF AG .......................................................... 406 Bio-Botanica Incorporated ................................. 409 Biothera .......................................................... 410 Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH ............................... 411 Bristol-Myers Squibb.......................................... 415 Cargill Incorporated........................................... 417 Celanese Corporation ......................................... 420 Clearwater Seafoods LP ...................................... 421 Cognis Deutschland GmbH & Company KG ............. 424 Croda International plc ...................................... 427 Daiichi Sankyo.................................................. 429 Dainippon Ink and Chemicals .............................. 430 Degussa AG ...................................................... 432 DuPont (EI) de Nemours ..................................... 433 Eastman Chemical ............................................. 436 Eisai Company .................................................. 437 Ferd AS ........................................................... 439 GNC Corporation ............................................... 440 Hain Celestial Group .......................................... 442 Hospira Incorporated ......................................... 445 ICC Industries................................................... 446 Johnson & Johnson ........................................... 448 Kao Corporation ................................................ 450 Kellogg Company .............................................. 451 Kemin Industries............................................... 452 Kirin Brewery ................................................... 453 Kraft Foods ...................................................... 454 Kyowa Hakko Kogyo........................................... 456 Lallemand Incorporated ..................................... 457 Lion Corporation ............................................... 459 Lonza Group ..................................................... 460 Merck KGaA ...................................................... 462 Natural ASA...................................................... 464 Nestle SA ......................................................... 466 Novartis AG ...................................................... 468 Royal DSM NV ................................................... 471 Royal Numico NV............................................... 476 Takeda Pharmaceutical ....................................... 480 Wyeth ............................................................. 482 Zuellig Group NA Incorporated ............................ 485

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1 Western Europe - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group .......... 173 2 Western Europe - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ....................... 175 3 Western Europe - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ................................... 177 4 Western Europe - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 178 5 France - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group ................................... 181 6 France - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 184 7 France - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ... 185 8 France - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group ....................... 188 9 Germany - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group ................................... 190 10 Germany - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 192 11 Germany - Vitamin Demand by Product Group. 194 12 Germany - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 196 13 Italy - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group ................................... 200 14 Italy - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 202 15 Italy - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ...... 204 16 Italy - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group ....................... 206 17 Spain - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group ................................... 209 18 Spain - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 211 19 Spain - Vitamin Demand by Product Group..... 212 20 Spain - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group ....................... 214 21 Switzerland - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group .......... 217 22 Switzerland - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 219 23 Switzerland - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ................................... 221 24 Switzerland - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 223 25 United Kingdom - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group .......... 226 26 United Kingdom - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ....................... 228 27 United Kingdom - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ................................... 230 28 United Kingdom - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 232 29 Other Western Europe - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group .......... 234 30 Other Western Europe - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ....................... 235 31 Other Western Europe - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ................................... 236 32 Other Western Europe - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 237 33 Other Western Europe - Nutraceutical Demand by Country ................................ 238 1 Asia/Pacific - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group .......... 257 2 Asia/Pacific - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 260 3 Asia/Pacific - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ................................... 262 4 Asia/Pacific - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group ....................... 263 5 China - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group ................................... 269 6 China - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 271 7 China - Vitamin Demand by Product Group..... 274 8 China - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 277 9 India - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group ................................... 280 10 India - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 282 11 India - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ..... 283 12 India - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 284 13 Japan - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group ................................... 289 14 Japan - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 293 15 Japan - Vitamin Demand by Product Group .... 296 16 Japan - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group ....................... 298 17 Other Asia/Pacific - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group .......... 299 18 Other Asia/Pacific - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ....................... 301 19 Other Asia/Pacific - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ................................... 303 20 Other Asia/Pacific - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 304 21 Other Asia/Pacific - Nutraceutical Demand by Country............................................ 305

List of Tables & Charts

ExEcutivE Summary

1 Summary Table ..............................................3 1 World Economic Indicators ..............................5 2 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by Country/Region .....................................9 3 Population by Country/Region ....................... 12 4 Population 50 Years & Older by Country/Region ................................... 16 5 Population 65 Years & Older by Country/Region ................................... 18 6 Health Expenditures by Country/Region .......... 22 7 Nutritional Product Shipments by Country/Region ................................... 26 8 World Nutritional Product Shipments by Type ... 27 Cht World Nutritional Product Shipments by Type, 2005 ......................................... 28 1 Cht 2 3 4 Cht 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

markEt EnvironmEnt

WorLD SuPPLy & DEmanD

Nutraceutical Demand by Country/Region ........ 37 Nutraceutical Demand by Region, 2005 ........... 38 Nutraceutical Shipments by Country/Region .... 44 Nutraceutical Net Exports by Country/Region ... 47 World Nutraceutical Demand by Product Group . 49 World Nutraceutical Demand by Product Group, 2005 ............................ 49 World Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group & Region ...................... 51 World Nutrient Demand by Product Group ........ 53 World Mineral Demand by Product Group ......... 76 World Vitamin Demand by Product Group & Region ....................... 84 World Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group & Region .................... 100 World Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group ................................... 103 World Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group ................................... 122

otHEr rEGionS

nortH amErica

1 North America - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group .......... 130 2 North America - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ....................... 133 3 North America - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ................................... 134 4 North America - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 136 5 United States - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group .......... 142 6 United States - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ....................... 145 7 United States - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ................................... 147 8 United States - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 150 9 Canada - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group ................................... 154 10 Canada - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 156 11 Canada - Vitamin Demand by Product Group... 158 12 Canada - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group ....................... 160 13 Mexico - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group ................................... 163 14 Mexico - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 165 15 Mexico - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ... 167 16 Mexico - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group ....................... 169

aSia/PaciFic

1 Other Regions - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group .......... 313 2 Other Regions - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 315 3 Other Regions - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ................................... 316 4 Other Regions - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 317 5 Latin America - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group .......... 319 6 Latin America - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 321 7 Latin America - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ................................... 323 8 Latin America - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 324 9 Latin America - Nutraceutical Demand by Country............................................ 325 10 Eastern Europe - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group .......... 335 11 Eastern Europe - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 337 12 Eastern Europe - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ................................... 338 13 Eastern Europe - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 340 14 Eastern Europe - Nutraceutical Demand by Country............................................ 341 15 Africa/Mideast - Nutraceutical Supply & Demand by Product Group .......... 350 16 Africa/Mideast - Nutrient & Mineral Demand by Product Group ................................... 353 17 Africa/Mideast - Vitamin Demand by Product Group ................................... 354 18 Africa/Mideast - Herbal & Non-Herbal Extract Demand by Product Group............. 356 19 Africa/Mideast - Nutraceutical Demand by Country............................................ 357

inDuStry StructurE

Cht World Nutraceutical Market Share by Company, 2005 ................................. 370 1 World Nutraceutical Sales by Company, 2005 .. 377 2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures ............. 381 3 Selected Cooperative Agreements ................. 386

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The best opportunities in nutraceuticals include soy protein, lutein, lycopene, omega-3 fatty acids, probiotics, sterol esters, calcium, magnesium, garlic, green tea, chondroitin, glucosamine and coenzyme Q10.

Global demand to grow 5.8% yearly through 2010

World demand for nutraceutical ingredients will advance 5.8 percent annually to $15.5 billion in 2010, serving a $197 billion global nutritional product industry. China and India will emerge as the fastest expanding nutraceutical markets as strong economic growth allows them to upgrade and diversify food, beverage and drug production capabilities. The United States will remain the largest global consumer of nutraceutical ingredients due to the broad, increasing range of nutritional preparations and natural medicines produced domestically. However, because of outsourcing trends, the United States will relinquish its longstanding top position in the global production of nutraceutical ingredients to China within the next few years.

World Nutraceutical Demand

($11.7 billion, 2005)

Nutrients & Minerals 60%

Vitamins 28%

Herbal & NonHerbal Extracts 12%

Herbal, non-herbal extracts to lead gains

Increasing acceptance by consumers and medical professionals will push world demand for herbal and non-herbal extracts up 6.5 percent annually to $1.85 billion in 2010. Conflicting clinical and scientific testing results about actual health benefits will inhibit faster gains in the overall product group. Garlic for improving cardiovascular functions, saw palmetto for benign prostatic hyperplasia, green tea for cancer prevention and weight loss, and black cohosh for post-menopausal symptoms will be among the herbs continuing to fare well in the worldwide marketplace. Glucos-

amine (in combination with chondroitin) will generate the strongest growth in demand among non-herbal extracts due to proven benefits in the treatment of moderate to severe arthritic conditions.

Nutrients & minerals, vitamins to also fare well

World demand for nutrients and minerals will reach $9.5 billion in 2010, up 6.3 percent annually from 2005. Soy proteins and isoflavones, psyllium fibers, omega3 fatty acids, probiotics, lycopene, calcium and magnesium will see the fastest gains based on widely accepted health benefits and expanding applications in meal supplements and functional foods and beverages. Global demand

for nutraceutical vitamin ingredients will increase 4.6 percent annually to nearly $4.2 billion in 2010. Natural vitamin E formulations derived from non-genetically modified plants will post the strongest gains due to their acceptability to the European Union and other countries (e.g., Brazil) that ban edible compounds produced through biotechnology. Natural formulations of beta carotene (vitamin A) will also fare well in the global marketplace based on efficacy advantages over synthetic ingredients, especially in multivitamin supplements and adult and pediatric nutritionals. Ongoing controversy about potentially toxic side effects will continue to moderate overall growth opportunities for nutraceutical vitamin ingredients as a whole.

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TABLE V-14 ITALY - NUTRIENT & MINERAL DEMAND BY PRODUCT GROUP (million dollars) Item Nutraceutical Demand % nutrients & minerals 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 285 58.2 350 59.1 408 60.5 475 61.5 550 62.7

WESTERN EUROPE

Nutrient & Mineral Demand 166.0 207.0 247.0 292.0 345.0 Italy: Vitamins Nutrients: 105.0 142.0 177.0 216.0 260.0 A large contingent of national producers and consumers will keep Proteins 43.2 54.2 67.1 83.0 100.0 Italy a major participant in the world market for bulk vitamins. In nutraFunctional Food Additives 30.4 48.9 65.1 81.2 101.0 ceutical applications, the country's demand for these compounds will inFibers 31.4 38.9 44.8 51.8 59.0 crease 1.9 percent annually to $125 million in 2010. The commercializaMinerals: 61.0 65.0 70.0 76.0 85.0 tion of new upscale products into the domestic marketplace will promote Electrolytes & Trace Minerals 37.9 38.7 39.5 40.4 43.0 growth. Trends toward the use of lower cost imported ingredients will Essential Minerals 23.1 26.3 30.5 35.6 42.0 moderate a faster rise in demand. net exports Applicationsinfoodandbeveragefortificationwillprovidethebest Nutrient & Mineral Shipments growth opportunities for bulk vitamin compounds in the Italian nutraceutical market. Over the past few years, Italy has seen a number of new product introductions in this area. For example, local food and beverageprocessorLaDoriahasintroducedalineofvitamin-fortifiedfruit juices. Saiwa, a producer of baked goods and cereal products, recently debuted a vitamin- and mineral-enriched, low fat wheat and puffed rice biscuit.AnothernewerofferingfromanationalfirmisPerfettiVan Melle'sFRUIT-TELLAPLUS,achewablesoftcaramelcandyreported to provide 30 percent of the recommended daily allowance of calcium and vitamins in six pieces. Among the ingredients of this product are vitamins C, B2, B6 and B12, and niacin, panthothenic acid and calcium.

SamPLE TExT

SamPLE TabLE

1 208 2 249

1 167

2 294

5 350

Inadditiontolocallyheadquarteredfirms,anumberofmultinational food and drug makers produce vitamin-based nutraceutical products in Italy. For example, Mead Johnson Nutritionals manufactures pediatric vitamins at a plant in Anagni. Another multinational giant, Nestle, makes CHART VIII-1 fortifiedmilkandrelatedproductsatafacilityinMilano. WORLD NUTRACEUTICAL MARKET SHARE BY COMPANY, 2005 Serving as a leading source for compounds employed in the produc($11.7 billion)* tionofdietarysupplements,fortifiedfoodsandbeverages,andnutritional preparations throughout Eastern and Western Europe, Italy will sustain a wide trade surplus in bulk vitamins for nutraceutical applications.

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Others 64.4%

Market Leaders 35.6%

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8.4% 7.4% 6.7% 4.4%

Cargill DSM ADM BASF

*Based on sales of bulk ingredients only.

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Item

TABLE V-15 ITALY - VITAMIN DEMAND BY PRODUCT GROUP (million dollars) 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 285 33.7 350 30.3 408 27.9 475 26.3 550 24.5

Nutraceutical Demand % vitamins VitaminDemand VitaminE VitaminC VitaminA B-GroupVitamins OtherVitamins

96.0 106.0 114.0 125.0 135.0 26.2 30.1 33.7 37.3 40.5 31.6 32.1 32.9 34.1 34.9 17.7 20.9 22.9 26.4 29.9 10.6 11.8 13.0 14.7 16.4 9.9 11.1 11.5 12.5 13.3

SamPLE TabLE

77 191 83 208

COMPANY PROFILES

Bio-Botanica Incorporated 75 Commerce Drive Hauppauge, NY 11788 631-231-5522 http://www.bio-botanica.com

net exports VitaminShipments

59 155

69 175

90 225

SamPLE PrOFILE KeyProducts:botanicalextracts

Annual Sales: $15 million (company would not verify, 6/06) Employment: 115 (company would not verify, 6/06)

Bio-Botanica Incorporated (BBI) is a privately held manufacturer and supplier of 100-percent pure botanical extracts, and botanical and herbal ingredients. The Company's products are marketed primarily to the cosmetics, food and pharmaceuticals industries. BBI is also active in the private label custom manufacture of liquid sports, dietary and nutritional supplements. BBI's products include HOLISTICALLY BALANCED botanical extracts, which are produced using the Company's BIO-CHELATION cold extraction process to achieve a potency level equal to that of plants in their natural state. The Company produces more than 300 extracts, including artichoke, echinacea, ginkgo biloba, ginseng, garlic, goldenseal, aloe vera gel, chamomile, marigold, kelp, bladderwrack, milk thistle, licorice root, ginger root, valerian root and rose hips. These botanicalsareavailableintincture,fluidextract,solidextractandpowdered extract forms. BBI also produces SABALTONE standardized saw palmetto berry extract, which is supplied in granular, oil-containing and powdered grades for functional beverage and other nutraceutical end uses. BBI grows many of its own saw palmetto berries on farms in Florida. 409

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"Natural medicines will generate favorable growth in Italy as constraints on health care services encourage consumers to engage in greater preventive medicine and self-treatment activities. This trend is prompting a number of the country's over-the-counter drug makers, including Gruppo Lepetit, Rottapharm and Zambeletti, to expand lines of natural and alternative remedies. The increasing production and consumption of these enduse products will boost Italy's demand for herbal and non-herbal extracts ..." --Section V, pg. 204

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Cosmetic & Toiletry Chemicals

US cosmetic and toiletry chemical demand will grow 5.4% yearly through 2010. An aging and increasingly ethnicaly diverse population along with consumer desires to offset the effects of aging and preferences for "natural" products will drive demand. Active and plant-derived ingredients will benefit the most from these factors. This study analyzes the $5.9 billion US cosmetic and toiletry chemical industry to 2010 and 2015 by product, function and market. It also profiles major players and evaluates market share.

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