Polish Dietary Supplements Sector Examined by PMR in In-demand Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
16 May 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In 2012, Poland’s market for dietary supplements reported positive YoY growth – nearly 2%, mainly due to a substantial increase in the non-pharmacy sector. In 2013, the retail sales of dietary supplements (including non-pharmacy outlets, online stores and pharmacies) in the country increased 9% YoY in terms of value. In the same year, the sales in the non-pharmacy channel in Poland grew 16% YoY.
The growth rate is expected to decline in 2014 due to a smaller number of flu and cold cases alongside high base effect. From 2015 to 2018, the Polish dietary supplements market is poised for growth by around 9-10% YoY. Sales in the non-pharmacy sector are expected to grow more dynamically than sales in the pharmacy sector in the forthcoming years on the back of fewer legal limitations. Sales in the pharmacy sector are being held back by the ban on pharmacy advertising. Robust growth in the Polish dietary supplements market is forecast to be spurred by real salaries growth, progressive economic recovery and also a drop in unemployment rate.
In-demand research study “Dietary supplements market in Poland 2014. Development forecasts for 2014-2018.” elaborated by PMR provides an insightful guide to the national market for dietary supplements.
The report offers a granular analysis of the Polish dietary supplements market. It provides access to a set of top-level data on the performance of the national market (historical and present), identifies the key market growth contributing factors, touches upon the regulatory and distribution issues, reviews the existing products, highlights the major market developments, and also pinpoints the most promising market growth opportunities. Besides, the research report delves into the competitive landscape and presents extensive forecasts of the Polish dietary supplements market performance through to 2018.
Dietary supplements market in Poland 2014. Development forecasts for 2014-2018.
Published: April, 2013
Price: US$ 2,660.00
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