SAN FRANCISCO, March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The global vitamins and dietary supplements market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.9% from 2020 to 2025 capsules and tablets being the most consumable dosage form of supplements. Powder is expected to become the fastest growing dosage form from 2020 to 2025 with an expected CAGR of 6.4% from 2020 to 2025.
Multivitamins have traditionally been used as supplements with food to improve nutritional qualities and reduce health problems, such as osteoporosis and arthritis. With the onset of COVID, there has been a public idea that vitamins might reduce the severity of symptoms (although not a cure) for COVID. Multivitamin manufacturers are taking advantage of this and the demand for multivitamins has increased since 2020. Overall, the vitamins and dietary supplements market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.9% from 2020 to 2025. However, over the time, these myths have been debunked by several studies. For example, the NCBI has published articles stating that CBD supplements are not a cure for coronavirus or any other disease caused by coronavirus infection.
One of the recent trends seen in the market is the entry of vitamin and dietary supplement manufacturers into the food and snack industry. For example, Chinese dietary supplement supplier BY-HEALTH invests in product diversity and separates its products into foods and snacks with “light” features and supplements with “strong” features. Protein bars have become the snack choice for these dietary supplement providers. The company, as of the end of 2020, has received filing approvals for 112 health foods and registration approvals for over 140 health foods.
Vitamins and Dietary Supplements Industry Supply Intelligence Report, by Grand View ResearchDive into the following industry insights:
- The global vitamins and dietary supplements market is driven by the growing popularity of herbal vitamins and dietary supplements. However, product counterfeiting remains a challenge – North America is currently the largest consumer volume of vitamins and dietary supplements, occupying about 40% global market share. The consumption of vitamins and dietary supplements in the Asian region is expected to grow at the highest rate between 2020 and 2025.
- The global multivitamin market is highly fragmented. The top 5 players account for just 13% of the overall share. Amway, the world leader has only 4% market share – The multivitamin market is highly fragmented with several small players operating regionally. The top 5 players represent a mere 13% share, and the top 10 players collectively occupy ~21% share of the overall market. The biggest player, Amway, held a measly 4% share in 2020.
- Raw materials represent the largest cost item for manufacturers. In addition to raw material costs, significant investments are made in marketing channels for product promotion – The main cost element for a manufacturer is the cost of raw materials. Since several small and medium-sized players invest very little in automation, the cost of labor and personnel is quite high. In fact, the cost of raw materials (~50%) and labor costs (~17%) are two of the largest cost items.
- While North America is the largest market for vitamins and dietary supplements, Asian countries like China and Singapore are the least expensive countries to manufacture – While North America has the largest consumer base of vitamins and dietary supplements, of Asian counties like China, Singaporeand India are still the most profitable countries for manufacturing. Most of the manufacturing in these countries is carried out by subcontractors. However, imports of multivitamins have increased recently and exceeded the export amount in China.
Vitamins and Dietary Supplements Market – Cost Intelligence Highlights:
Grand View Research has identified the following major cost elements for manufacturing vitamins and dietary supplements:
- Raw materials
- Cost of machines and accessories
- Cost of facilities and goods/Cost of outsourcing
- R&D and other costs
Vitamins and food supplements Industry – Supplier Intelligence – Ranking and selection criteria based on capabilities with weighting:
Operational Capabilities –
- Years of Service (15%)
- Geographical presence of services (30%)
- Strength of employees (5%)
- Revenue generated (10%)
- Key customers (10%)
- Certification/Marketing (30%)
Functional Abilities –
- By form (45%)
- By type of manufacturer (35%)
- Through the CDMOs
- Other services offered by the manufacturer (20%)
List of major suppliers of vitamins and dietary supplements industry:
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- Cost analysis – In the vitamins and dietary supplements supply intelligence study, we have estimated and forecasted the prices of major cost items. Raw materials represent the largest component of manufacturing costs for vitamins and dietary supplements. It accounted for more than 50% of the share of the overall manufacturing cost. The raw materials include the combination of vitamin A and vitamin K. Among these, vitamin A and beta-carotene hold the major cost of 9% and 7% respectively. The price of vitamin A is expected to fluctuate over the forecast period, continuing its trend from 2015. While the price of beta-carotene is expected to remain stable over the next five years.
- Comparative rate analysis – The dosage form is one of the most important aspects when analyzing the comparative analysis of multivitamin and supplement ratios. In our research, we have analyzed vitamin A levels in three major types of the dosage form; solids (tablets and capsules), liquids and powders. Using comparative rate analysis, we found that solid forms of multivitamins are approximately 50% more cost effective than liquids and powders. The solid forms also have a longer shelf life than the other two dosage forms. Therefore, most multivitamin and supplement manufacturers have allocated over 60% of overall production capacity to the production of multivitamin tablets and capsules. Only 20% of the production line is used for the production of liquid and powder supplements.
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