Global Sports Nutrition Market Players See Opportunities in Burgeoning Sector of Sports Food

Global Sports Nutrition Market Players See Opportunities in Burgeoning Sector of Sports Food

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  • Date Submitted: 11/20/2015 11:46 PM
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Sports Nutrition Products Market


Sports nutrition is a specialized market within the overall nutrition industry. A number of products fall
under the sports nutrition market; these include: protein bars and shakes, energy bars and drunks, and
dietary supplements. A number of nutritious and energy-boosting ingredients go into the manufacture of
sports nutrition products. Typically, such products comprise ingredients such as caffine, linoleic acid,
creatine, and taurine.
Sports Drinks Hold Largest Market Share but Sports Food Looks Promising
Within the global sports nutrition market, sports drinks occupied the largest market share in 2014.
However, there is another segment that presents several growth opportunities- sports food. The segment
of sports food is currently growing at a very healthy pace and there is much scope for innovation and new
product development within this segment. Globally, the sports food segment will benefit from heightened
health awareness levels and a change in lifestyle.
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To put this trend into numbers, the sports drinks product segment was estimated at 8.21 billion liters as of
2013. And, the sports food segment will emerge as the fastest growing segment with a 9.6% CAGR from
2014 to 2020.
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