nutraceuticals


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nutraceuticals

[noo′träsoo′tĭkalz]
1 functional foods.
2 foods thought to have a beneficial effect on human health.
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Europe-based multinationals such as Nestle and Danone have also taken an interest in nutraceuticals and functional products in the past years, a Europe-based banker said.
One team is studying horticulturally triggered variations in several citrus compounds that are regarded as potential nutraceuticals because they've inhibited cancers in laboratory animals.
Food and pharmaceutical companies are rushing to satisfy the public's appetite by forming partnerships to market nutraceuticals to baby boomers who made low-fat, low-cal foods such a success.
Challenges in developing delivery systems for food additives, nutraceuticals and dietary supplements
Consumers are adopting nutritional products as the key to maintain good health and this in turn is driving the global nutraceuticals market globally.
Paul Lachance is a professor of nutrition and food science, and chairman of the food science department at Rutgers University in New Jersey, where research continues on nutraceuticals.
Title: Nutraceuticals Product Market: Global Market Size, Segment And Country Analysis And Forecasts (2007-2017) Published: March, 2012 Pages: 400 Price: US$ 5,695
The nutraceutical ingredients market is fueled by the growing health awareness among consumers and the increasing incidences of chronic conditions such as blood pressure, diabetes, gut disease, and rickets.
The report is based on proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis conducted by a team of industry experts to provide a comprehensive view of the global nutraceuticals market.
com/research/xrwsg8/north_america) has announced the addition of the "North America Nutraceuticals Market By Type, By application and By Geography - Trends and Forecast up to 2019" report to their offering.