Vitamin D is now the UK’s most popular single food supplement as sales of vitamin D supplements increased by 7% in 2018. According to Mintel, around 33% of supplement buyers and consumers chose to purchase vitamin D supplements, followed closely by vitamin C at 27%. Around £442 million was spent on vitamins in 2018 within […]
Within China, India & Indonesia, Asia’s most populous countries, the average intake stands at around 338mg per day. This is far below the recommended daily intake of 1,000mg. Other Asian countries have a similarly low calcium intake ranging between 175mg to 500mg per day.
According to the Deparment of Health, parents should provide vitamin supplements for children between the ages of 6 months and five years. Children should be consuming vitamin A, C and D supplements, as well as calcium government advice says.
With changes in supplement trends depending on super-foods, research and coverage in the media, we look into trends predicted in 2018 and how you can product a high quality product to keep up with increasing demand.
In today’s society, superlatives are used in conversation as commonly as curry is consumed in India. Refreshingly though, what I am about to introduce to you is every inch super and nothing like common.