According to an Allied Market Research report, the global liquid dietary supplements industry is anticipated to reach $27.73 billion by 2027. The report says that the global liquid dietary supplements industry was estimated at $21.68 billion in 2019, and is anticipated to hit $27.73 billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of 4.0% over that time.
Liquid dietary supplements are consumed orally, the same way as capsules or powders, however some believe that liquid options are more easily and actively absorbed by the body. This may explain why consumers are turning toward this market as they become more health conscious, focused on immunity and more likely to buy supplements in general. In addition, the rise of ready-to-drink supplements has driven some of this growth.
Ingredients leading the way include vitamins B6 and B12, proteins and amino acids, and the sports nutrition segment was the most dominant population for this trend. In terms of geography, North America generated nearly two-fifths of the global liquid dietary supplements market, possibly due to the incidence diabetes, obesity, joint and muscle pain, and high blood pressure in that region.