If you watch much TV, you’ve surely seen one: a commercial for a new pharmaceutical that takes a chemically novel approach to curing a health problem, but with a medicine that involves so many potential side effects, you wonder which is worse: the sickness or the cure?
This is one reason why many now prefer to address health issues with a nutraceutical solution, which medicinenet.com defines as, “A food or part of a food that allegedly provides medicinal or health benefits, including the prevention and treatment of disease.”
Nutraceuticals vs. Big Pharma
To be clear, nutraceuticals aren’t designed to replace pharmaceuticals at large. The latter are often designed to deliver a chemically engineered knockout punch to seriousness illnesses — from clinical anxiety to bacterial disease — and are the appropriate measure, in many cases.
However, if your doctor prescribes a pharmaceutical, and you’d like to take a more natural approach to your condition, there’s no harm in asking if you can do a switcheroo, and avoid some of those potentially bothersome side effects.
The medical community and health supplement suppliers are catching on. According to a 2016 report from Transparency Market Research, “The global nutraceuticals market [is expected] to reach US$278.96 billion by the end of 2021 from a valuation of US$165.62 billion in 2014.”
Nutraceutical Labels for Wisconsin
The state of Wisconsin seems tailor-made as a supply source for nutraceuticals. Long known as one of the most unpolluted and “natural” of our 50 states, the rolling, agrarian region seems like a perfect place to find produce that yields solids and aqueous extracts that often comprise nutraceuticals.
The state’s local access to such resources can increase the economic feasibility of becoming a nutraceutical producer and/or supplier there. But right now, about 50% the global nutraceutical market is consolidated in the hands of a few big name suppliers, with BASF SE, Groupe Danone S.A., Royal DSM N.V., and Nestle S.A. leading the corporate pack.
However, as the statistics from Transparency Market Research bear out, the nutraceutical market is expanding — and Wisconsin is one of the areas of growth, based on orders we see coming in for nutraceutical labels for Wisconsin suppliers. This is why we’re reaching out to Wisconsin nutraceutical suppliers — from online retailers, to small brick and mortar upstarts, to multi-department companies — with dynamic labeling solutions for nutraceuticals.
Start Exploring Your Options Today
Our nutraceutical labels for Wisconsin target a geographical sales area, but we custom design each labeling solution for the needs of the customer. Whether you’re a nutraceutical supplier in Wisconsin who needs your first order or labels, or an established supplier who would like to explore if a change in your labeling strategy could help sell your product, we’d like to hear from you.
We produce custom labels that wear well, advertise well, and possess that certain something that makes them uniquely your own. To start exploring your options, call us today at (262) 790-2740, or send us an email through our contact form. We look forward to supporting your products that support good health the natural way!
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