Digitalization Key To Sustaining COVID-Related Boost To UK Supplements Market
Thanks to coronavirus-related wellness trends, the UK's vitamins and mineral supplementns market is set to be worth $664m by the end of the year, according to Mintel. But to make sure this increased demand is here to stay, consumer health companies need to leverage the power of digital to help consumers establish long-term supplementation habits into the future.
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