Supplements More 'Mainstream' Than Alternative In Consumer Health Market
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Sales of dietary supplements promoted as non-drug alternative remedies and stocked nearby OTC in stores grew almost 12% in 2017, says Kline analyst Laura Mahecha. Retailers began co-stocking the about five years ago but in many cases the supplements currently have primary placement on shelves.
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