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Download: Natural and Organic Products Industry Bulletin

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Natural and Organic Products Industry Bulletin
Here are data and insights into the happenings around the natural and organic products industry in this first quarterly report from New Hope Network.

The natural and organic products industry is never static. Continuously, sales grow, new technologies appear, novel foods and goods emerge and the community expands.

New Hope Network's new industry bulletin, which is scheduled to be released quarterly, will provide all members of the community with data and insights on these changes—and expert perspectives on what to expect in the upcoming quarter.

In this first edition, New Hope offers perspectives on growth, research regarding sustainability, investment data from Nutrition Capital Network, fresh looks at recent trends and more. Community members will learn which consumers most value sustainability; innovations in healthy beverages; and sales and growth data in the sports nutrition and weight management supplements category.

Future issues of the Natural and Organic Products Industry Bulletin might include perspectives from and advice for retailers; a statistical look at the number of new product launches and how they are selling; and consumer insights.

The first bulletin consists of 13 pages of charts, graphics and analysis covering the first two quarters of 2023. Download for free.

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