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Market Analysis - Nutrition Congress 2018

Importance & Scope:

Nutrition Congress 2018 is intended to provide a notable opening to the experts in the field of nutrition to discuss modern exploration and encounters in the field. Nutrition Congress 2018 is planned to provide an special podium for clinical nutritionists, registered dieticians, and other health-care professionals, researchers and students working in the arena to consciously, exchange visions and their understandings in front of a large intercontinental listeners..

The companies dealing with nutritional products and supplements can exhibit their products in the Nutrition exhibition and expo. Conference Series LLC strongly believes that 21st European Nutrition and Dietetics Conference will provide an opening for discussions on come across nutrition and dietetics related problems and challenges in the turf of nutrition and food science. It will also help in sponsoring mindfulness and help in undertaking one of the precarious problems of mankind.

This conference is aimed to give each and every detailed score about the scientific traditionalism and optimism to the citizen and consumer to remain healthy at every age of their life. Scientist will also give fruitful information about malnutrition and its way to recover. Many chronic diseases related nutrition like cholestatic liver diseases, obesity, underweight, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Menstrual Cramps and Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) etc. that are prevailing in European nations will be discussed and shared among  the delegates and representatives.

Why it is in Dublin, Ireland:

According to the 2007 estimates of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the adult population in Ireland consumed 10.7% of their total calorie intake from saturated fatty acids. According to national data from 2010, the adult population aged 18–64 years in Spain consumed 12.1% of their total calorie intake from saturated fatty acids. It should be taken into account that these latter, national data do not allow for comparability across countries due to sampling and other methodological differences. Spain had a fruit and vegetable supply of 635 grams per capita per day, according to 2009 FAO estimates. According to national data from 2010, the mean consumption of fruit was 208 grams per day and the mean consumption of vegetables was 193 grams per day for adults (18–64 years). It should be taken into account that the latter consumption data do not allow for comparability across countries due to sampling and other methodological differences. According to the most recent estimates on iodine status, published in 2012, the proportion of the population with an iodine level lower than 100μg/L was 34.8% (9, 10). In Dublin, 52.1% of the population aged 15 years and over were insufficiently active (men 47.7% and women 56.3%), according to estimates generated for 2008 by WHO. National data from 2011–2012 show that 41.3% of the adult population (>15 years old) were sedentary (men 35.9% and women 46.6%). It should be taken into account that these national data do not allow for comparability across countries due to sampling and methodological differences.

Sports nutrition keeps growing mainly due to the increase in its consumer base. In 2016 the category has grown by 4% in current value terms. However, the category has not grown to its full potential due to the political situation in the country in 2016 with no president in place until the third quarter of the year. This made consumers more reticent to spend on these types of products. Overall, sports nutrition is expected to increase at a value CAGR of 7% at constant 2016 prices in the forecast period. Increasing concerns amongst Spanish consumers about their health and the need to practise sports in order to lose weight will be crucial to the category’s future performance.

Similar to what is already happening in other EU countries, there is an increasing interest in Spain in health and wellness, which is benefitting sales of vitamins and dietary supplements to an extent. Consumers are taking an increasingly proactive approach to their health and are seeking to improve underlying conditions rather than merely treating the symptoms. This is especially the case for those consumers over 50. Vitamins and dietary supplements will likely continue to see a highly mixed performance across its product areas in the forecast period. Many categories will continue to see their sales limited due to consumer scepticism or ignorance about the benefits of taking such products. Overall, vitamins and dietary supplements is expected to increase at a value CAGR of 1% at constant 2016 prices over the forecast period.

Global Nutrition Report:

Few challenges facing the global community today match the scale of malnutrition, a condition that directly affects one in three people. Malnutrition manifests itself in many different ways: as poor child growth and development; as individuals who are skin and bone or prone to infection; as those who are carrying too much weight or whose blood contains too much sugar, salt, fat, or cholesterol; or those who are deficient in important vitamins or minerals. Malnutrition and diet are by far the biggest risk factors for the global burden of disease: every country is facing a serious public health challenge from malnutrition.

The economic consequences represent losses of 11% of gross domestic product (GDP) every year in Africa and Asia, whereas preventing malnutrition delivers $16 in returns on investment for every $1 spent. The world’s countries have agreed on targets for nutrition, but despite some progress in recent years the world is off track to reach those targets. This third stocktaking of the state of the world’s nutrition points to ways to reverse this trend and end all forms of malnutrition by 2030.

Over the past decade, momentum around nutrition has been steadily building, with governments and stakeholders around the world acknowledging nutrition as a key component of development. In 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals enshrined the objective of "ending all forms of malnutrition", challenging the world to think and act differently on malnutrition—to focus on all its faces and work to end it, for all people, by 2030.

Glance at Market and Funding for Nutrition and Dietetics Research

NIH is the leader in federally supported nutrition research and training. In FY 2012, the NIH provided $1.7 billion in financial support of nutrition research and training. Overall, total NIH obligations increased in the first three years of this period, followed by a small drop in FY 2011, before rising again in FY 2012. As a percentage of total NIH spending, nutrition constituted approximately 5% for this five-year period. In current (non-ARRA) dollars, nutrition remained essentially flat between FY 2008 and FY 2011. In FY 2012, the increased funding was largely due to a revision of the Nutrition Fingerprint to include related, but previously missed, projects. Biomedical nutrition research and training support in constant, as well as current, dollars. For example, nutrition research and training support showed a $300 million, or 21.6 percent, increase between FY 2008 and FY 2012 in current (unadjusted) dollars. In constant dollars (i.e., adjusted for inflationary price increases), nutrition research and training support in FY 2012 had increased 9.3% from the FY 2008 level.

Fig-1: NIH funding- Nutrition and Dietetics (Dollars in million rounded)

Glance at Market of Nutrition and Dietetics:

Over the last ten to fifteen years, sales in the global nutrition and supplements market have seen an unprecedented spike. This has encouraged a number of new players to step into the market with products that promise to be the elixir of youth, health, and vitality. According to the estimates of the Nutrition Business Journal report, the global nutrition and supplements market stood at US$96 billion as of 2012. A year later, it was approximately US$104 billion globally. Going forward, the market is expected to show a CAGR between 6% and 7%. This rate of growth will be similar to that of developed market such as the United States whereas developing markets such as Asia-Pacific will exhibit an uptick in growth rates.

Fig-2: Market growth of Nutrition and Dietetics Products

Conference Highlights:

  • Nutrition, Health and Choice
  • Nutrition and other important aspects
  • Malnutrition or Nutritional deficiency
  • Nutrition and Cancer
  • Nutrient related Chronic diseases
  • Paediatric Nutrition
  • Animal and Plant Ntrition
  • Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation
  • Nutrition During Adolescence
  • Diet in Obesity and Underweight
  • Diet in Diseases of the Gastrointestinal Track
  • Nutrition and Psychology   
  • Clinical Nutrition
  • Sports Nutrition

Target Audience:

Clinical nutritionists, registered dietitians, and other health-care professionals, researchers and students working in the field. The other section of audiences can be Presidents, CEO’s, Delegates and industrial executives from nutritional and healthcare Sectors.

Fig-3: Target Audience for Nutrition and dietetics

Major Society and Associations Worldwide   

  1. The Nutrition society                                                                                                                        
  2. Nutrition/Health Professional Associations
  3. Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  4. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
  5. Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior
  6. Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics                                                                                               
  7. American Nutrition Assiociaton      
  8. World Public Health Nutrition Association     
  9. Federation of European Nutrition Societies   
  10. Federation of Asian Nutrition Societies 
  11. American Society for Nutrition                                                             
  12. Federation of European Nutrition Societies           
  13. The Nutrition Society               
  14. The European Nutrition for Health Alliance
  15. The European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism
  16. European Society of Lifestyle Medicine 

 Top Universities World Wide:

  1. Princeton University
  2. Harvard University
  3. Swarthmore College                      
  4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  5. The College of William and Mary
  6. Williams College
  7. Amherst College
  8. University of Tokyo
  9. National University of Singapore
  10. University of Hong Kong
  11. Peking University
  12. Tsinghua University
  13. Seoul National University
  14. Nanyang Technological University
  15. The Australian National University
  16. The University of Sydney
  17. The University of New South Wales
  18. University of Auckland
  19. The University of Queensland

Companies Associated with Nutrition:

  1. Arla Foods amba
  2. Associated British Foods plc
  3. Barry Callebaut AG
  4. Baxters Food Group
  5. BCS Group
  6. Bokomo UK
  7. Elite Biscuits Online
  8. Indulgence Cupcake Company
  9. James Fleming & Co Ltd
  10. Mecatherm S.A
  11. Stabinger Confectionery
  12. Valledoro s.p.a.
  13. Drink Star
  14. Gerolsteiner
  15. Maspex Wadowice Group
  16. Chweppes
  17. Dean Foods Company
  18. Fayrefield Foods