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Capsule Trends in the Nutraceutical Markets

The last decade has seen the nutraceutical sector flourish. This trend is expected to continue, with the global nutraceuticals market projected to grow at a CAGR of 7.5% during the period 2020 to 2025 (1).

The growth shown by the worldwide dietary supplements market is a result of various factors. These factors include the greater numbers of developing countries with growing incomes of consumers, increasing awareness about nutrition, frenetic lifestyles, rising old-age populations, and the spread of chronic conditions. Additionally, the expanding market is fuelled by product developments and easier product accessibility.

In this article we look closer at the growth of the nutraceuticals industry and the reasons for its expansion. We will review current trends in the market for HPMC (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose) nutraceutical capsules; a product with exceptional potential in the health and dietary supplements sector.

Reasons for Nutraceutical Market Growth

New product developments and launches, consumer trends, and demand pressure on manufacturers are key factors that will contribute to high annual growth rate in the coming years. Brand advertisements and the media are already having a huge impact on consumer awareness and the desire for dietary supplements.

The retail sector, including supermarkets, are expanding their supplement offerings to create profitable demand for the industry.

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Anita Solanki, Lead – White Paper & Publications, has been a part of ACG Capsules’ R&D team for over three years, with a cumulative experience of over four years in R&D. Her primary responsibility includes writing scientific content, involvement in creating segmented solutions for customers and preparing research articles. She has several papers and poster presentations in her name. Anita also leads all the industry-institute collaborative projects and research activities to support ACG branding initiatives.

Dr Jnanadeva Bhat, Head – Formulation R&D (Pharma & Nutra), has been associated with the pharma industry for more than two and a half decades. As a product formulator, he has worked on various dosage forms that include tablets, soft gelatin and hard capsules, injectables, and lyophilised formulations. At ACG, he heads the formulation R&D lab where he primarily leads new product development projects and customer interface. He has several technical white papers and research articles published to his credit.
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