The Dutch OTC Market In 2018: Pharmacists Not Consumer Friendly, Supermarkets Capitalize
While the Dutch OTC market grew steadily by 3.2% to €753m in 2018, according to IQVIA data, the country's self-care industry association, Neprofarm, pointed to a changing retail landscape in the Netherlands where supermarkets are grabbing market share from pharmacies.
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Romanian self-care industry association, RASCI, provides HBW Insight with an exclusive viewpoint on the country's OTC market in 2018.
Germany’s OTC Market in 2018: Online Sees Double-Digit Growth, Bionorica’s Canephron Uno Tops New Launches
Germany's online channel continued to expand to expand in 2018, with OTC product sales via mail-order pharmacy growing almost 10-times faster than through bricks-and-mortar pharmacy. Meanwhile, GSK's Voltaren brand was top-seller through both channels and Bionorica's Canephron Uno was the best-selling launch during the 12 months.