September 2021: The Global Issue
- The precedent of peril - With the COVID pandemic well into its second year, the supplement industry has gotten used to adapting and as vaccination rolls out unevenly around the world and new waves of infection upend economic recovery.
- What if it comes back? - The Delta variant offers challenges across all facets of the global supplement industry with supply chain flexibility a must, working with regulators a high priority and innovation in immunity an ongoing opportunity
- Behind the global products curtain - Q&A with Pharmalinea CEO Anton Orazem on how the pandemic tasked private label supplement makers
- Globally personal - Q&A with Nard Clabbers of Happ on how attitudes toward personalized nutrition could shape opportunities in international markets
- Continental shift - Q&A with Patrick Coppens, Food Supplements Europe. A complex set of countries with different responses to COVID, Europe offered no single storyline during the pandemic.
- Hemp tiptoes into Latin America - Hemp and CBD supplements come up against regulations varying market by market, making South America a challenge for brands attempting to connect with Latin American consumers
- Challenges for Africa - Q&A with Mike Hughes, FMCG Gurus. Africa and the Middle East present a market more complicated than even a sprawling map of 80 countries would imply.
- The right regulations for the job -Canadian supplement regulations proved a good fit for the pandemic with rigorous proof of claim requirements helping to minimize irresponsible claims.
- Growing but challenged - Australia’s experience with COVID forced a different set of challenges on Aussie brands, with exports slowed and sales to Chinese tourists plummeting.
- Of COVID and culture in India - Q&A with Dr. R.B. Smarta, Interlink Marketing Consultancy and HADSA. Ayurvedic medicine offers answers for immunity in India, but consumers there face lifestyle-related health challenges familiar to western nations as eating habits change.
- Everchanging China - hipping costs and the threat of stronger controls on cross-border e-commerce make China as complicated as ever.
- Hard times left behind - Long known as a high-touch channel of face-to-face interaction, network marketing could have faced major upheaval as pandemic lockdowns rolled out around the globe, but a migration to online social selling proved well timed as sales grew.
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