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Europe’s Infant Nutrition Market Is Strong, Despite At Least One Feeble Segment

August 25, 2010: 07:33 PM EST
Market research from Business Insights finds that the European infant nutrition industry is healthy, despite a key segment being buffeted by adverse market forces. An increase in the rate of premature births, for example, is pushing up demand for clinical nutrition products, while baby milk products are suffering thanks to heightened pressure on mothers to breast feed. However, the baby food market is robust, awash with new products, especially ones making organic, natural and healthy claims. Overall, infant nutrition is expected to grow 4.8 percent annually through 2013; infant clinical nutrition will grow 5.9 percent a year; and new baby foods that incorporate advanced technologies and organic ingredients will grow 5.1 percent through 2013.
"Infant Nutrition Category Grows Up", Nutraceuticals World, August 25, 2010
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