Making “Value” About More Than Price Drives Natural Products Growth
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Consumers’ evolving view of “value” will help increase sales in the natural products industry an estimated 50% to $226 billion by 2018, market researchers say. Value shoppers are moving beyond price as their primary purchasing filter to prioritize convenience, ingredient quality and social consciousness.
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