Nutrition Business Journal

2011 Editorial Calendar

Nutrition Business Journal 2011 Editorial Calendar

  • 2011 Issues

    • Jan 1, 2011

      January 2011: NBJ Achievement Awards & Executive Review Issue

      Announcing the winners of the 2010 NBJ Awards, with a call to arms for industry to renew its commitment to product innovation. 2010 goes down as another banner year for Nutrition with NBJ honoring key industry players as they move the ball forward, with one glaring exception....More
    • Feb 1, 2011

      February 2011: NBJ Sports Nutrition & Weight Loss Issue

      Sports nutrition & weight loss (SNWL) grows 9% in 2010 to reach $23 billion in category sales, as SN builds more crossover appeal among mainstream consumers, and WL fi nds safer footing with proven ingredients after a string of highly publicized recalls....More
    • Mar 1, 2011

      March 2011: NBJ NutriBeauty Issue

      NBJ broadens the scope of its N&OPC coverage to include conventional beauty products with natural, functional claims and ingestibles, from supplements to food & beverage. NutriBeauty represents a $15 billion market driven largely by innovations in gene expression and a growing focus on healthy aging....More
    • Apr 1, 2011

      April 2011: NBJ Internet & MLM Sales Issue

      Internet sales rise 13% in 2010 on strength in multi-channel marketing and the explosion of social media among consumers. MLM sales drop 1% on softness in the U.S. market, while international sales continue to impress....More
    • May 13, 2011

      May 2011: Direct & Practitioner Sales Issue

      Television retail gains legitimacy as a sales channel, but supplement companies have yet to take much notice. Internet sales of supplements rise 13% in 2010 with TV and practitioner sales not far behind. MLMs perform the weakest, with flat to slightly declining sales. Healthcare embraces new approaches to telehealth as a meaningful way to serve and connect with patients....More
    • Jul 1, 2011

      June/July 2011: U.S. Market Overview Issue

      Nutrition industry grows 6% to $117 billion in 2010 sales as growth rates for natural & organic foods nearly double those for functional foods and supplements. A rising tide of consumer distrust over science in the food supply points toward segmentation within the industry....More
    • Aug 16, 2011

      August 2011: Animal Nutrition Industry Overview

      Despite repeat private equity bids and strategic buys, natural & organic pet food companies grew sales only 4% in 2010, the lowest category growth ever recorded. Pet supplements posted healthier growth of 6%, but suffered from a lack of significant new product development. Natural & organic pet supplies had another banner year, and the total animal nutrition market climbed 5% to $3.2 billion....More
    • Sep 16, 2011

      September 2011: Raw Material & Ingredient Supply Issue

      Prices are up throughout the nutrition industry, and up dramatically. Commodity pricing & volatility signal higher food costs to come for consumers, as global climate change wreaks havoc on staple crops. Escalations in raw materials pricing follows suit for supplements & functional foods, as manufacturers & retailers begin to pass costs down the value chain....More
    • Oct 17, 2011

      October 2011: Natural & Organic Food & Beverage Issue

      Sales of natural & organic food & beverage rise 8% in 2010 on a groundswell of support for purer products, with notable advances made by organic through its non-GMO labeling initiatives. Macroeconomic shifts away from Wall Street toward farming point to continued support, as organic begins to finally deliver the research necessary to justify its economic and, perhaps, health benefit....More
  • 2011 Reports

  • NBJ Corporate Reconnaissance

  • NBJ Business Class

    • Sep 9, 2011
      Nutrition Business Journal

      Intro to Business Class: Sports Nutrition & Weight Loss

      Curious about market and finance trends in the sports nutrition & weight loss industry? Welcome to Business Class....More
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