US: Investing in nutraceuticals "worthwhile" - research

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 23 April 2010

Investing in the ability to claim that a food or drink product has health benefits is a "worthwhile" process, despite costs of over US$10m, according to research.

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Investing in the ability to claim that a food or drink product has health benefits is a "worthwhile" process, despite costs of over US$10m, according to research.

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