Vitamins and Supplements Spotlight: Products to Keep Customers’ Happy and Healthy
The days of having no idea of what’s in a vitamin or supplement are coming to a close as brands heed the call for transparency and environmentally friendly options. They also continue to get better (and more specific to customer’s needs), providing options reaching all sides of the health spectrum – non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free. Shoppers are responding, too: according to a report published by Grand View research, the global dietary supplements market is expected to reach $278 billion by 2024.
Supplements have long been included in the daily regiment of those looking to maintain or improve their health. This category has seen sharp growth as the ingredients have gotten away from chemical and unclear ingredients and moved towards natural sources. A Hubba favorite, LA Nutrition products are made with only the best quality ingredients, setting them apart from others in the market. Your customers will feel better, stronger, and definitely come back for more.
Need options? Additional supplements to carry can be found here.
Vitamins are very important to our overall health. In fact, over 90% of Americans get less than they need of one or more vitamins in their diet. Specifically, the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGAs) identified potassium, dietary fiber, magnesium, calcium, and vitamins A, D, E, and C as “nutrients of public health concern.” Healthy Cell is committed to empowering consumer’s to take control of their own health at the most fundamental level – the cell. We don’t think we need to… cell… you on these vitamins any more than that.
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