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Still The Most Comprehensive Study About The U.S. Weight Loss Market--Since 1989
April 2015 431 Pages 160 tables/charts Price: $1,895
Covered… dollar value & growth rates of the 10 major weight loss market segments (early 1980s to 2014, 2015 and 2019 forecasts), latest market trends and developments, status reports for: diet soft drinks, artificial sweeteners, health clubs, commercial diet center chains, multi-level marketing diet plans, OTC meal replacements and diet pills, diet websites & apps, diet food delivery services, medical programs (weight loss surgery, MDs, hospitals/clinic programs, Rx diet drugs, bariatricians, VLCD programs), low-cal entrees and low-carb foods, diet books, and exercise DVDs. Also included: 26-year revenues of the market through past recessions, dieter demographics, center franchising, and commercial centers’ operating ratios. Rankings & revenues of top 7 commercial chains, brand sales. Contains 35+ in-depth updated competitor profiles. Report also sold by single chapters.
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