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US Omega-3 Sales Expected To Grow Nearly 6% As Less ‘Mature’ Markets Accelerate

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US and Europe led in 2019 sales of omega-3-fortified products worldwide, a market valued at $44bn that has extended beyond supplements and baby formulas to include foods, beverages and pet food, says GOED in report released 26 May. As the US market is ‘mature,’ its sales growth is expected at 5.8% in 2021, while sales of less mature markets such as Asia (excluding China) is anticipated to climb 12.6%.

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