“Adult Vitamin Gummies Market is projected to expand with moderate growth rate over 2019-2029”, says new Visiongain report

04 September 2019
Food and Drink

Visiongain has launched a new food & beverage report: Adult Vitamin Gummies Market Report 2019-2029 : Forecasts by Product Type (Single Multi-Vitamins, Multi-Vitamins, Type III & Others) by Application ( Food Supplements, Vitamin Deficiency, Weight Management, Immunity, Others) PLUS Profiles of Leading Companies and Regional and Leading National Market Analysis

Chewable vitamins which have a texture and taste similar to gummy candies are referred to as gummy vitamins. They are available in a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes. Gummy vitamins are not only appealable to children but also some find a favorite spot among the adult population. They are primarily made from gelatin, corn starch, water sugar, and added colorings. Some of the major benefits of gummy vitamins include extra nutrients and an appealing flavor. However, gummy vitamins also contain added sugar, sugar alcohol and artificial colorings which are restricting the growth of the market.

High vitamin content combined with appealing taste and texture is one of the major factors driving the growth of the global gummy vitamin market. However, excessive consumption fo gummy vitamin could result in the excess amount of certain nutrients which could result in vitamin or mineral toxicity and may harm the human body. This factor is also driving the growth of the global adult gummy vitamin market. Further, gummy vitamins are unapproved of FDA regulations and therefore may contain components independent of labeled nutrients. This also reduces the consumption of gummy vitamins among adults and therefore limits the growth of the market.

Some of the major companies operating in the global adult gummy vitamins market are ABH Labs, LLC, Boli Naturals LLC, Vitakem Nutraceutical Inc., Ferrara Candy Company, Gimbal Brothers, Inc., Melrob Group, Makers Nutrition, LLC, Santa Cruz Nutritionals, Nutra Solutions USA, Contract NUTRA , Ernest Jackson, F.Hunziker + Co, Softigel By PROCAPS, and Sirio Pharma among others.

Notes for Editors
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