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Halal Pharma
Vitamins and Dietary Supplements Market Subsector Report 2021-24
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The Global Halal Pharmaceuticals – Vitamins and Dietary Supplements Market Subsector Report 2021-24 presents an overall analysis of the halal vitamin and supplement market across three main subcategories: vitamins and provitamins for general use, dietary supplements and medicinal supplements. The Report classifies Harmonized System (HS) codes under these subcategories and covers their historical (2014-19) and projected growth (2020-24) in imports to the OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation), the largest importing and supplying markets, and the imported volume by the OIC countries for each category. Readers will also find insights into production costs and profitability, significant developments, key players and investment benchmarks. Through this multi-faceted analysis, the report also presents opportunities and challenges in each of the subcategories and the vitamins and dietary supplements market.

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Headline insights

The Global Halal Pharmaceuticals – Vitamins and Dietary Supplements Market Subsector Report 2021-24 estimates vitamins and provitamins trade (for general use) (imports to OIC member countries) to be valued at US$ 4.6 billion in 2019 and is projected to grow at 19% CAGR, reaching US$ 10.9 billion by 2024. 

The industry is witnessing an increasing demand for vitamins to boost immunity levels following rising health concerns amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. With increasing awareness on organic and halal ingredients, Muslim consumers seek halal certified vitamins and supplements. The Islamic economy space has also attracted the attention of top global brands creating innovative products and services across sectors. The governments of both OIC and non-OIC countries, pharmaceutical companies, and the private sector are making significant investments in the halal market.

Key questions addressed

• What is the context of the global halal vitamins and supplements market opportunity?
• What is the halal pharmaceuticals certification process and regulation landscape?
• What are the top most demanding halal vitamins and supplement types?
• What are the top vitamins and supplements trading markets, imported volume, production costs, profitability, investments and recent developments?
• What are the global vitamins and supplements opportunities and challenges for investors, businesses and governments?

Subcategories covered

The most attractive vitamins and dietary supplement subcategories profiled in this report include:
• Vitamins and provitamins (raw materials for general use) 
• Dietary or food supplements 
• Medicinal supplements 

Key players operating in the global and halal vitamins market

• Abbott Laboratories
• DuPont
• Duopharma Biotech
• NoorVitamins

Recent developments

Find an array of recent developments impacting the halal vitamin and supplements industry and the major subcategories. These include the increasing momentum of ecommerce amidst COVID-19 pandemic, new product launches and markets for halal vitamins and supplements.  

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