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Global Sports Nutrition Market - Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 - 2019: Research Report Now Available at MarketResearchReports.Biz

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Increasing health awareness and changing consumer groups are the major growth drivers for the global Sports Nutrition market. Traditionally, bodybuilders and athletes were the only consumers for sports nutrition products. In recent years, new user groups (recreational and lifestyle users) have increased their market share. The market is also witnessing a shift from major markets (North America) towards developing markets in Europe and Asia Pacific. Due to high population, countries such as India and China offer huge opportunities in the future. Furthermore, upcoming high profile sporting events allow sports nutrition companies to establish themselves in these markets.

The report covers in-depth analysis of Sports Nutrition market, by product segment (Sports Food, Sports Drinks and Sports Supplements) for the period from 2010 to 2019. In addition, the current market dynamics including the drivers, restraints, trends and recent developments have been captured throughout the report. The market for the major countries in each of the four regions, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World includes historical and forecasted market sizes (2010-2019), in terms of value. North America region covers the scenario in the U.S. and Canada. Europe region covers the scenario of the U.K., Germany, Italy and France. Asia-Pacific region highlights the scenario in Australia, Japan, India and China.

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Table of Content

Chapter 1 Preface

1.1 Report Description

1.2 Scope and Definition

1.2.1 Product segments covered in the report

1.2.2 Regions covered in the report

1.3 Research Methodology

Chapter 2 Executive Summary

Chapter 3 Sports Nutrition - Industry Overview

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Market Drivers

3.2.1 Increasing health awareness has resulted in growth in consumption of sports nutrition products

3.2.2 Broadening consumer base is pushing the market growth 11

3.2.3 Increasing number of health clubs, fitness centers and their members is expected to drive the sports nutrition market

3.2.4 Increasing urbanization drives demand for sports nutrition food

3.3 Market Restraints 14

3.3.1 Negative publicity for sports nutrition industry due to adulterated products

3.3.2 Sports nutrition market is facing challenges from the substitute products

3.3.3 Expanding distribution channel is one of the challenges for sports nutrition market

3.3.4 Changing consumer preference is creating challenges for the sports nutrition market

3.4 Opportunities

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Chapter 4 Sports Nutrition Market - Product Segment Analysis

4.1 Sports Food

4.2 Sports Drinks

4.3 Sports Supplements

Chapter 5 Sports Nutrition - Regional Analysis

5.1 North America

5.1.1 U.S.

5.1.2 Canada

5.2 Europe

5.2.1 Germany

5.2.2 France

5.2.3 U.K.

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