Sports Nutrition In Germany – New Market Report

Especially in comparison to countries such as the US or the UK, Germany is still less developed when it comes to sports nutrition products. This provides manufacturers further potential for growth, especially through the acquisition of first-time consumers. Euromonitor International’s Sports Nutrition in Germany report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2008-2012, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. Forecasts to 2017 illustrate how the market is set to change. Product coverage: Non-Protein Products, Protein Products.
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Calling All Chefs: Vitamix Will Donate Blenders To First 50 Chefs Who Sign Up To Host Childhood Nutrition Day Events

About Chef & Child Foundation The purpose of the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation’s Chef & Child Foundation is to foster, promote and encourage awareness of proper nutrition in preschool and elementary-school children, as well as combat childhood obesity. The foundation funds programs that provide instruction on nutrition and proper eating habits to children. For more information, visit . About Childhood Nutrition Day Childhood Nutrition Day, celebrated on, or around Oct. 16, focuses on the need for education about childhood hunger, proper nutrition and obesity issues. Since the campaign’s launch in 1995, hundreds of chefs across the nation have participated in events within their local communities to feed hungry children, and foster and promote awareness of proper nutrition.
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