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Ingredients used in the world clinical & medical nutrition market

Ingredients used in the world clinical & medical nutrition market

Update : 2018 –  Pages : 378  –  Regional Coverage: Global – Price : 4,900 €

Report Description

The report presents information on the clinical and medical nutrition’s market for both Enteral Nutrition (EN) -by means of oral nutrition supplements (ONS) and tube feeding (TF) – and Parenteral Nutrition. Throughout the report, the market analysis and data are provided with the respect of this segmentation.
This study provides a global view of the clinical and medical nutrition market with a focus on different categories of ingredients, their composition and nutritional benefits, their scientific background and the supporting studies as well as process of production.
It also lists some of the main products available on the market. It analyses the clinical nutrition market by geographical area, by company and disease group as well.
The report offers insights and information on the following:

  • The use of clinical nutrition products for parenteral and enteral nutrition
  • Market by application segment, by geographical area and by company
  • Main clinical nutrition products and ingredients  manufacturers
  • Pediatric market size
  • Market drivers
  • Regulations in Europe and USA
  • Home nutrition

Clinical nutrition is a vast domain including enteral and parenteral feeding, covering denutrition in intensive stress such as surgical trauma, burns, eating disorders, etc. Products are considered as pharmaceuticals and therefore manufacturing must follow strict conditions. It is an area of medicine that seeks to identify and treat medical disorders in humans that result from improper or inadequate diet, or from diseases that make the body unable to handle the nutrients delivered to it in the normal diet.

This report is divided in two parts; the first part includes a presentation of the clinical nutrition market and the main diseases where a nutritional support can be used as a clinical and medical route and the second part presents the interviews of food companies and the current and potential trends by market segment.
Besides it focus on clinical nutrition products related to medical health issues, the report contains market information related to its use in the pediatric segment as well as in home nutrition. The market section details the clinical nutrition segment’s data in different parts of the world and presents major companies’ shares based on a series of interviews.
The study offers an overview on the ingredients used and lists some of the products available on the market. It also profiles some of the leading manufacturers in Europe, Asia and America.
The legal status part reviews the different regulatory frameworks in Europe and North America.

The following segmentation details the types of information that will be presented in the report:

INGREDIENTS

Building Molecules
Energy providers

MARKET ANALYSIS

Trends & Perspectives
Usage of ingredients
volumes and value
Manufacturers profiles
Users opinion
Regulation

APPLICATION

Clinical Food
Medical Food

REGION COVERED

North America
Europe
Asia
Australia – New Zealand

REGULATION

Regulatory claims in Europe and USA

  • OBJECTIVES OF THE RESEARCH 9
  • METHODOLOGY 10
  • MARKET OUTLOOK 11
  • GEOGRAPHICAL MARKETS 11
  • CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 12
  • CHAPTER 2: INTRODUCTION 18
  • Definition of clinical nutrition 18
  • Malnutrition around the world 21
  • The Medical Foods vs. Dietary Supplements, Food and Drugs 26
  • Oral Nutrition supplements 30
  • Enteral nutrition (EN) 34
  • Parenteral nutrition (PN) 70
  • Home nutrition 85
  • Genes and nutrition (nutrigenomics) 88
  • CHAPTER 3: NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT TARGETED TO DISEASES 91
  • Malnutrition 92
  • Metabolic disorders 94
  • Eating disorders 95
  • Cancer 98
  • Cardiovascular disease 101
  • Obesity 107
  • Diabetes 108
  • Other pancreas diseases 113
  • Osteoporosis 114
  • Surgery, trauma 115
  • Liver disease 121
  • Stomach ulcers 124
  • Kidney disease 124
  • Immune system and allergy 127
  • Pulmonary disease 128
  • Ageing diseases 129
  • Oral care 129
  • Autism 130
  • CHAPTER 4: GLOBAL CLINICAL NUTRITION MARKET SIZE 131
  • Clinical nutrition market size – The world market 131
  • Market characteristics 133
  • Drivers for growth 133
  • Market by disease groups 137
  • Market by companies 147
  • CHAPTER 5: MARKET ANALYSIS BY GEOGRAPHY 152
  • The US market 157
  • European market 157
  • The UK market 159
  • French market 162
  • German market 163
  • Spanish market 164
  • Russian market 165
  • The Asian-Oceanian market 170
  • Chinese market 170
  • Japanese market 172
  • Indian market 173
  • South Korean market 175
  • Australian market 175
  • Israel 177
  • The South American market 177
  • Pediatric market size 179
  • CHAPTER 6: USE OF INGREDIENTS 183
  • Comparative use of Ingredients in Interview sample 184
  • BUILDING MOLECULES 190
  • ENERGY PROVIDERS 207
  • IMMUNE SYSTEM STIMULATION 220
  • CHAPTER 7: CLINICAL NUTITION MANUFACTURERS 229
  • Major manufacturers 229
  • Less prominent manufacturers 282
  • Distributors 326
  • CHAPTER 8: ANNEX 327
  • Clinical nutrition products 327
  • REGULATION 346
  • ORGANIZATIONS 357
  • International Nutrition Organisations 357
  • INGREDIENTS MANUFACTURERS 368
  • Main Suppliers of CPP 375
UBIC’s approach is based on in-depth interviews with food companies completed by a desk review.
MARKET SIZE

Quantification of the market is based on:

  • Primary data coming from desk research;
  • Interview with food companies and producers;
  • Experts interviews;
  • UBIC’s database.
MARKET EVALUATION

Desk search and experts interviews

  • Data-bases (internal, Dialog, Datastar)
  • Professional Organizations
  • Market players’ annual and quarterly reports
  • Specialized press
  • Experts (consultants, associations, distributors, etc.)
MARKET EXPECTATIONS

UBIC has done a series of interviews towards the industrial clients. Those user interviews give an in-depth appreciation of their needs and expectations in terms of ingredients usage and purchase.

INTERVIEWS OF INDUSTRIAL USERS

Interviews are conducted at the R&D, supplying and marketing levels.

Update 2018

Note: Study purchase includes one-year update available on-line on UBIC’s Extranet

Assistance is also available for specific questions

+ Objectives & Scope

Clinical nutrition is a vast domain including enteral and parenteral feeding, covering denutrition in intensive stress such as surgical trauma, burns, eating disorders, etc. Products are considered as pharmaceuticals and therefore manufacturing must follow strict conditions. It is an area of medicine that seeks to identify and treat medical disorders in humans that result from improper or inadequate diet, or from diseases that make the body unable to handle the nutrients delivered to it in the normal diet.

This report is divided in two parts; the first part includes a presentation of the clinical nutrition market and the main diseases where a nutritional support can be used as a clinical and medical route and the second part presents the interviews of food companies and the current and potential trends by market segment.
Besides it focus on clinical nutrition products related to medical health issues, the report contains market information related to its use in the pediatric segment as well as in home nutrition. The market section details the clinical nutrition segment’s data in different parts of the world and presents major companies’ shares based on a series of interviews.
The study offers an overview on the ingredients used and lists some of the products available on the market. It also profiles some of the leading manufacturers in Europe, Asia and America.
The legal status part reviews the different regulatory frameworks in Europe and North America.

The following segmentation details the types of information that will be presented in the report:

INGREDIENTS

Building Molecules
Energy providers

MARKET ANALYSIS

Trends & Perspectives
Usage of ingredients
volumes and value
Manufacturers profiles
Users opinion
Regulation

APPLICATION

Clinical Food
Medical Food

REGION COVERED

North America
Europe
Asia
Australia – New Zealand

REGULATION

Regulatory claims in Europe and USA

+ Report Content
  • OBJECTIVES OF THE RESEARCH 9
  • METHODOLOGY 10
  • MARKET OUTLOOK 11
  • GEOGRAPHICAL MARKETS 11
  • CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 12
  • CHAPTER 2: INTRODUCTION 18
  • Definition of clinical nutrition 18
  • Malnutrition around the world 21
  • The Medical Foods vs. Dietary Supplements, Food and Drugs 26
  • Oral Nutrition supplements 30
  • Enteral nutrition (EN) 34
  • Parenteral nutrition (PN) 70
  • Home nutrition 85
  • Genes and nutrition (nutrigenomics) 88
  • CHAPTER 3: NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT TARGETED TO DISEASES 91
  • Malnutrition 92
  • Metabolic disorders 94
  • Eating disorders 95
  • Cancer 98
  • Cardiovascular disease 101
  • Obesity 107
  • Diabetes 108
  • Other pancreas diseases 113
  • Osteoporosis 114
  • Surgery, trauma 115
  • Liver disease 121
  • Stomach ulcers 124
  • Kidney disease 124
  • Immune system and allergy 127
  • Pulmonary disease 128
  • Ageing diseases 129
  • Oral care 129
  • Autism 130
  • CHAPTER 4: GLOBAL CLINICAL NUTRITION MARKET SIZE 131
  • Clinical nutrition market size – The world market 131
  • Market characteristics 133
  • Drivers for growth 133
  • Market by disease groups 137
  • Market by companies 147
  • CHAPTER 5: MARKET ANALYSIS BY GEOGRAPHY 152
  • The US market 157
  • European market 157
  • The UK market 159
  • French market 162
  • German market 163
  • Spanish market 164
  • Russian market 165
  • The Asian-Oceanian market 170
  • Chinese market 170
  • Japanese market 172
  • Indian market 173
  • South Korean market 175
  • Australian market 175
  • Israel 177
  • The South American market 177
  • Pediatric market size 179
  • CHAPTER 6: USE OF INGREDIENTS 183
  • Comparative use of Ingredients in Interview sample 184
  • BUILDING MOLECULES 190
  • ENERGY PROVIDERS 207
  • IMMUNE SYSTEM STIMULATION 220
  • CHAPTER 7: CLINICAL NUTITION MANUFACTURERS 229
  • Major manufacturers 229
  • Less prominent manufacturers 282
  • Distributors 326
  • CHAPTER 8: ANNEX 327
  • Clinical nutrition products 327
  • REGULATION 346
  • ORGANIZATIONS 357
  • International Nutrition Organisations 357
  • INGREDIENTS MANUFACTURERS 368
  • Main Suppliers of CPP 375
+ Methodology
UBIC’s approach is based on in-depth interviews with food companies completed by a desk review.
MARKET SIZE

Quantification of the market is based on:

  • Primary data coming from desk research;
  • Interview with food companies and producers;
  • Experts interviews;
  • UBIC’s database.
MARKET EVALUATION

Desk search and experts interviews

  • Data-bases (internal, Dialog, Datastar)
  • Professional Organizations
  • Market players’ annual and quarterly reports
  • Specialized press
  • Experts (consultants, associations, distributors, etc.)
MARKET EXPECTATIONS

UBIC has done a series of interviews towards the industrial clients. Those user interviews give an in-depth appreciation of their needs and expectations in terms of ingredients usage and purchase.

INTERVIEWS OF INDUSTRIAL USERS

Interviews are conducted at the R&D, supplying and marketing levels.

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Update 2018

Note: Study purchase includes one-year update available on-line on UBIC’s Extranet

Assistance is also available for specific questions