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Date:9/3/2010

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This market report analyzes the trends prevailing in the digestive health ingredients market in the United States. It gives the revenue forecast, competitive structure and market share details for the major segments such as digestive prebiotics, digestive probiotics and digestive enzymes. It analyzes the product and application trend for the major product segments. It provides the company profiles of major companies participating in the United States market.

Digestive health is the fastest growing segment in the United States food ingredients market domain. With increased interest among health conscious consumers, a large number of gut-health or digestive-health products have been launched in the market. United States is coming closer to Europe in consumer preference for digestive health products.

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This study analyzes the U.S. market for the following three important digestive health ingredients.

- Digestive Prebiotics (fructans, mannan oligosaccharides (MOS), gacato-oligosaccharide (GOS), and others) - Digestive Probiotics (cultures) - Digestive Enzymes (proteases, lipases carbohydrases, lactases, and others)

The study covers enzymes that are consumed as supplements for maintaining proper digestion in human health.

The probiotics market in the United States is at an emerging stage. With reference to the awareness level among the United States consumers against European consumers, the U.S. consumers are still in the growing stage and there exists a huge opportunity for the companies who could educate and create awareness among consumers. In the U.S. market, the consumption of probiotic
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