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NBJ Subscriptions

Since 1996 Nutrition Business Journal has guided decision makers in the nutrition and health wellness space in developing their strategy, understanding trends, realizing opportunity and analyzing potential risks.

NBJ sets the table for the conversation the nutrition industry needs to have. From regulation to innovation, the Nutrition Business Journal stays at the center of the latest news, trends and ideas. With market-defining data charts and insights from thought leaders in dietary supplements, natural foods and personal care, NBJ’s 11 yearly issues address the pivot-point topics that drive product development, investment and omnichannel strategies.

As an exclusive benefit to subscribers, you receive 10% off all NBJ Reports and every episode of BrandCamp 2018 (a $495 value) for free.

What's Included

10 PDF Issues Throughout 2019

10% off All Reports

Access to Brand Camp

What's in an NBJ issue:

NBJ market data is produced from thorough primary research and over 50 secondary sources. NBJ’s basic methodology for nutrition industry qualification relies on a comprehensive compilation and assessment of pre-existing data on the entire industry, augmented by NBJ’s quality surveys and interviews.

In each issue addresses how nutrition industry impacts food, pharmaceutical, and health care industries; provides business activities discussion, including market size/growth, trends, and opportunities in the nutrition industry. They also offer market size and growth projections, profiles of major companies and new entrants, case studies of industry leaders, and lists and revenues of top companies in key segments.

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2019 NBJ Issue Calendar

Free Sample Issue

Get a sample of the reporting you’ll find from NBJ with our Supplement Market Overview Issue. This 35-page issue lays the groundwork for our marquee Supplement Business Report with a topline review of the dietary supplements market

Issue Highlights:

  • Supplement sales growth may have slowed in 2018, but there may be no one factor to blame and certainly no reason to panic.
  • Supplement companies offering at-home nutrient level test kits to consumers are helping personalized nutrition leapfrog the practitioner's office.
  • Homeopathy is controversial for efficacy and its status as a drug, but consumers continue to embrace the concept.
  • Nearly two years after the FDA issued its latest draft guidance on New Dietary Ingredients, both submissions and enforcement have proven unremarkable.
  • Ayurvedic medicine is an ancient tradition that’s growing in the modern age, but is the supplement industry ignoring the principles and focusing on profits?
  • Glyphosate-free certifications, Chinese help for GNC, Big CPG + mass retail relationship troubles, Q&As with Dr. Dale Bredesen and Naveen Jai.

What Powers NBJ

Rick Polito
Editor-in-chief
As Nutrition Business Journal's editor-in-chief, Rick Polito... read more

Bill Giebler
Managing Editor
An award-winning writer and seasoned natural products industry veteran... read more

Claire Morton
Senior Industry Analyst
Claire Morton is the Senior Industry Analyst for New Hope Network's Nutrition Business Journal... read more

Cindy Van Schouwen
Business Development Manager
CVanSchouwen@newhope.com (303) 998-9305 Cindy Van Schouwen is the Business Development Manager... read more