Weight Control Products; Diapers; Cold, Allergy, Sinus Medications; Internal Analgesics
Weight Control Products Weight control/nutritional liquids and powders showed healthy growth, increasing 3.1% to $956 million in supermarkets, and 3.0% to $438.6 million in drugstores, during the 52 weeks ending June 15, 2014, according to IRI. One reason sales are on the rise is because the beverages have multiple uses. Some consumers use them as meal replacements, while others use them as a between-meal snack. Brands like Boost and Ensure are packed with vitamins, minerals and ...
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