Technologies fuelling Fast Moving Consumer Health (FMCH) Opportunities (Technical Insights)

Analysis of recent developments in FMCH products

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Technologies Fuelling Fast Moving Consumer Health (FMCH) Opportunities, focuses on the emerging trends and opportunities in the consumer health (food) industry worldwide. Frost & Sullivan has identified consumer behavior in the FMCG sector as being “fat to fit.” Coupled with the fact that consumers are more demanding than ever, this research will investigate the changing technology landscape and how innovation aids creation of novel FMCH products that will be poised to gain further market share. This research service will discuss emerging trends and opportunities for the FMCH industry globally. This research service will benefit the following healthcare and food industries: technology and product developers, distributors and retailers.

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