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Demand for maternal nutrition products projected to rise at CAGR of 5.2% by 2033
Saturday, 15 April, 2023, 13 : 00 PM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Expanding at a CAGR of 5.2%, the global maternal nutrition products market is predicted to increase from a valuation of $21 billion in 2023 to $35 billion by the end of 2033, according to research by Fact.MR.

Demand for maternal nutrition products in capsule form is predicted to rise the fastest through 2033 owing to the functionalities they provide. Consumers are increasingly choosing maternal nutrition products in capsule form since they are convenient to take and guarantee that a specified dose is consumed by the body at regular intervals.

Maternal nutrition focuses on women for nutritional growth during pregnancy. Maternal nutrition products are available in various forms, such as powder, tablets, and other easy consumable forms. As part of nutritional supplements, these products focus on pregnant women’s care in all stages, from the beginning to the end of the gestation period.

The global birth rate has predominantly increased over the past half-decade. Nutritional absorption value in humans has been reducing over a period. Major factors affecting nutrition absorption into cells from the diet are reduced leisure time and high-stress hours for pregnant women.

Of all the nutritional supplements, rampant growth has been observed in maternal nutrition products. Rising interest in giving pregnant women important nutrients and growing demand for supplements are additional aspects that will boost market growth.
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