The clinical nutrition market in the United States is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.49% during the period 2022-2027.
Innovation in customized and targeted clinical nutrition solutions provides new opportunities for industry growth in the US clinical nutrition market. A personalized and targeted solution approach stands for specific formulations that meet the need for nutritional support for patients with chronic disease and associated diseases.
In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic has positively impacted innovation in targeted and personalized clinical nutrition solutions. On the other hand, the increasing birth rate and increasing demand for milk-based nutritional support products by infants and young children are giving new facets to the vendors in the US clinical nutrition market.
Clinical nutrition, commonly known as medical nutrition, is the practice of analyzing and determining whether an individual is consuming an adequate amount of nutrients for health. It can also be defined as the study of the overall analysis relationship between the meals eaten and the well-being of a person’s body. Clinical nutrition prioritizes the management of nutritional modification and helps in the diagnosis and prevention of nutritional level changes in the human body suffering from chronic diseases.
The US government is implementing an enormous breadth and depth of nutrition initiatives in the country. Therefore, increasing government initiatives to improve nutritional health in the country and rising concern about food insecurity across American families are expected to drive significant growth in the clinical nutrition market in the United States. In addition, the aging population and prevalence of chronic diseases are also driving the industry to grow continuously.
Obesity, high blood pressure, gastrointestinal disorders, cardiovascular diseases, and other primary health conditions are accelerating the rate of malnutrition in the country, resulting in a high demand for clinical nutrition. However, there are some constraints on the growth of the industry such as possible side effects associated with clinical feeding and challenges in delivering enteral feeding, pediatric intensive care unit patients and more, which are hampering the growth of the industry.
Market trends and drivers
Increased demand for personalized and targeted clinical nutrition
Personalized clinical nutrition is a common approach in clinical nutrition to meet the dietary needs of each patient with specific conditions.
Targeted nutrition innovations offer promising opportunities in medical practices, food producers, and consumers. Innovation in targeted and personalized solutions continues to grow and evolve rapidly in recent years as consumers demand increased food systems to support their health and well-being.
In addition, there is an increase in the number of digital tools in the research phase to calculate nutritional requirements, scan food based on appearance, and help individuals monitor their food intake. This will revolutionize the clinical nutrition market in the US in the future.
Increased demand for infant feeding
The low birth weight rate is an important concern in infants and young children that is rapidly emerging in the United States. One in 12 babies is born with a low birth rate in the United States. Increasing birth rates combined with decreasing weight provide ample industry growth opportunities in milk-based nutritional products for players in the US clinical nutrition market. Milk based food products are not new to the industry, but the growing demand and high competition among industry players has led to the delivery of innovative products in recent years.
In 2021, North American-based Nutricia (by Danone) received approval for the new Fortini infant nutrition product from the US Food and Drug Administration. This product has been developed to support children who are at risk of stunted growth and who have increased energy requirements.
Abbott, b. Brown Melsongen AG, Baxter, Danone, Fresenius Cappy, Nestlé, Perego Corporation, and Reckitt Benckiser Group are the major players in the US clinical nutrition market, accounting for the highest industry share in the US.
On the other hand, emerging players and new startups are trying to achieve a solid customer base and expand the market. The presence of emerging players in the industry is positively affecting competition in the clinical nutrition market in the United States. Primary competition among industry players has been calculated due to new product launches, and gold standard formulations.
Competition among the major players in the industry
Abbott’s Warranty is one of the leading clinical nutrition products used in the US clinical nutrition market. This product significantly drives the company’s high customer base and generates higher revenue annually.
Danone is an industry-leading provider of specialty nutrition that includes Advanced Clinical Nutrition (AMN) and Early Nutrition solutions.
The Perrigo Company is one of the leading providers of store-bought self-care products, including infant and toddler formulas and infant and adult nutrition drinks.
B. Braun Melsungen Ag.
Reckitt Benckiser Group
Other notable sellers
Lactalis Health Nutrition
MediFood International SA
SternLife GmbH & Co. KG
Kraft Heinz Company
Main topics covered:
1 Research methodology
2 research objectives
3 search process
4 Scope and Coverage
4.1 Market definition
4.2 base year
4.3 Scope of the study
5 Assumptions and caveats report
6 A quick look at the market
8 distinct insights
9 Market opportunities and trends
9.1 Innovation in customization and targeted solutions
9.2 Increased demand for infant feeding
9.3 Advances in nutritional therapies
9.4 Shifting towards nutritional care at home
10 factors of market growth
10.1 Government initiatives, investments, and funding of clinical nutrition research
10.2 The increasing prevalence of chronic diseases requires nutritional support
10.3 Impact of COVID-19 on Clinical Nutrition
11 market restrictions
11.1 Side effects and complications from clinical nutrition
11.2 Barriers to Enteral Feeding Delivery in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
11.3 The high cost of clinical nutrition
12 view of the market
12.1 Market Overview
12.2 Market size and forecasts
12.3 Five Forces Analysis
13 Management Road
13.1 Market Capture and Growth Driver
13.2 Market Overview
13.3 by mouth
13.5 by injection
14.1 Market Capture and Growth Driver
14.2 Market Overview
15 age group
15.1 Market Capture and Growth Driver
15.2 Market Overview
15.3 Child and adolescent
15.5 Infants and young children
16.1 Market Capture and Growth Driver
16.2 Market Overview
16.4 Metabolic Disorders
16.5 Diseases of the digestive system
17 distribution channel
17.1 Market Capture and Growth Driver
17.2 Market Overview
17.3 Institutional Sales
17.4 Supermarkets and hypermarkets
17.5 Internet channels
17.6 Pharmacies and drug stores
17.7 Specialty Stores
18 end user
18.1 Market Capture and Growth Driver
18.2 Market Overview
18.5 Home Care
18.6 Long-term care centers
19 Competitive landscape
19.1 Competition Overview
19.2 Market Share Analysis
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