Consumer Health Brands Should Increase Value As Higher Prices Discourage Consumers – IRI
At CHPA conference, IRI's lead for health care market data, Kristin Hornberger, said as manufacturers increase product prices in response to rising costs and inflationary pressures, they also should work to make their products more valuable to consumers.
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