Nutraceuticals are dietary supplements which are generally used to fill nutritional deficiencies in food and to prevent diseases.
• Bone & joint health
• Dairy-based ingredients
• Cardiovascular health
• Fibres and carbohydrates
• Cognitive and mental function
• Energy & endurance
• Nutritional lipids and oils
• Eye health
• Prebiotic and Probiotic
• Maternal & infant health
• Respiratory health
• Vitamins & premixes
• Weight management
Indian Nutracueticals market market is expected to more than double in the next four years at over Rs9,500 crore. the growth in the nutraceutical products business will be fuelled mainly because of the changing lifestyle and increasing awareness about nutritional supplements.
As the total market size in India is still very small compared to the global market but there is a huge potential for these products.
Currently, the domestic market for nutraceutical is around Rs4,400 crore, which is just 0.9% of the total global business in the category.
Various risk factors related to health result from an imbalance in nutrition. Such imbalances in India are widely prevalent leading to adverse outcomes. These adverse outcomes are estimated to cost nearly one per cent point to India's GDP and therefore improvement in nutrition status is a critical part of the country's agenda for progress.
Further analysis of India's dietary intake reveals nutritional imbalances across most segments of population, majority of the undernourished population (380 million) faces a challenge to meet foundation needs to maintain normalcy of being. There is a huge population (570 million) that is nourished in calorie intake but not in terms of nutrient intake. They face the challenge of preventing condition specific needs in addition to foundation needs and could be the largest contributor in making India the future cardiovascular and diabetes capital of the world. There is another population segment (80 million) which consumes nutrients and calories more than norm due to their enhanced physical requirements.
GCCPL Capitalizing Opportunities
IIn order to tap the huge latent potential market and to pave the way for nutraceuticals to supplement India's quality healthcare agenda, GCCPL in 1999 set up “Nutraceutical Division”. This division focused on getting innovative products in to the Indian market with clinically proven scientific rational from our world renowned partners. GCCPL with its innovative and focused approach, quality products, technical skills, Large & wide network of suppliers has become leader in Nutraceutical industry for certain Pharmaceutical products.
In 2009 with the expansion needs, “Nutra Pharmaceutical” & “Nuta Food” were carved out of Nutraceutical division to further increase focus and efficiency.
In House Manufactured Products:
Mincal® L (Patented) – Liquid Version
Mincal® P – Powder version
For more information on Mincal please visit www.mincal.co.in
Fat Filled Powder
IN-Bake FFP 45.5
Lipofer NA Dispersible – Tasteless and Non-Proxidative Source of Iron
Lipocal – High Bioavailable Vegetable Source of Calcium
Ruscogenins – C
Horse Chestnut Saponins
Silymarin Phytosome (Patented)