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Herbal Dietary Supplement Sales In U.S. Continue Strong

September 3, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
The value of the herbal dietary supplement market in the U.S. reached $6 billion for the first time in 2013, according to data published by the American Botanical Council. The 7.9 percent sales rise in 2013  was the tenth year in a row that sales increased. Mainstream market channel – including food, drug, and mass-market stores, plus club and convenience stores – increased 7.7 percent over 2012 sales. Sales in natural food stores did even better, rising 8.8 percent. The top-selling herbs of 2013 in the mainstream channel were horehound (throat drops), yohimbe (athletic performance and sexual enhancement), cranberry (urinary tract infections), black cohosh (menopause), and senna (laxative).
"Herbal Dietary Supplement Retail Sales Up 7.9% in 2013", American Botanical Council, September 03, 2014, © American Botanical Council, unless otherwise noted
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