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市場調査レポート - 136784

米国の減量製品・サービス市場

Weight Loss Markets for Products and Services

発行 BCC Research
出版日 ページ情報 英文 199 Pages
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米国の減量製品・サービス市場 Weight Loss Markets for Products and Services
出版日: 2010年10月30日 ページ情報: 英文 199 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、米国の減量製品・サービス市場の現状と見通しについて調査分析し、肥満症の発症率の推移と拡大、肥満症拡大への各種影響因子、製品タイプ別の市場規模実績・予測(〜2014年)、市場シェア実績、関連法規制・政策、主要企業プロファイル、将来の市場機会の分析などをまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 サマリー

第3章 概要

  • 定義
  • 肥満・過体重の拡大
  • 不健康な食生活:人口統計的・文化的影響因子
  • 物理的な運動:機械化の影響・運動不足のライフスタイル

第4章 20世紀・21世紀の減量ビジネス

  • 栄養補給品:多機能製品
  • 体重コントロールの主な商業的・機能的アプローチ
  • 需要への影響
  • 食品に関する動向:有機・天然・その他
  • 肥満の蔓延に対する責任
  • 供給への影響
  • 製品・サービス区分
  • 市場:アプリケーション別
  • 過体重・肥満との戦い:勢いの衰えない衝動

第5章 減量市場における製品・サービス区分

  • 減量製品
    • 経口摂取製品
    • 非経口摂取製品
    • 減量サービス
    • 医療サービス

第6章 政府の規制

  • 国・地方自治体レベルの政策
    • 国家の食品政策に関する論争
    • 保険のカバレージ
    • 議会での動向
    • 連邦政府機関
    • その他の医療関連の連邦政府機関
    • 政府助成による研究
    • 州政府・地方自治体

第7章 企業プロファイル

第8章 将来の市場機会

  • 産業固有の市場機会
    • 食品・飲料
    • 栄養補助食品
    • 医薬品
    • エレクトロニクス・インターネット
    • フィットネスセンター
    • 減量センター
    • 肥満症治療手術
  • その他の動向
    • 世代と家族
    • 国・地方自治体のアクション
    • ウェルネスプログラム
    • 心理・遺伝・環境
  • 減量製品・サービスの将来

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目次

Abstract

Highlights

  • In 2009, the market for weight loss products and services was worth nearly $121 billion. BCC anticipates this market will expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.2% during the forecast period, resulting in a projected market size of more than $134 billion in 2014.
  • Foods and beverages are the largest category in the ingested goods market. This segment was valued at nearly $79 billion in 2009. Food movements, growing sub-segments, and healthy eating trends should drive growth in this sector at a 2% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to reach more than $86 billion by 2014.
  • Nutraceuticals are the second-largest product segment, after foods and beverages. Retail sales in 2009 topped $3.6 billion and are expected to grow at about a 1.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) through 2014 to reach $3.9 billion.

INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

This study will determine the current status of the weight loss products and services market, assess its growth potential during the 5-year period from 2009 to 2014, and evaluate all its segments in terms of marketable products and services.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

As the number of overweight and obese individuals in the United States grows at epidemic rates, business opportunity abounds. While businesses addressing the needs of the overweight and obese will continue to find relevancy in traditional products and services, the weight loss market continues to evolve and benefit from innovation. This study shall analyze all of these trends through 2014.

SCOPE OF REPORT

In this report, the weight loss industry is defined, broadly, as the businesses for which significant revenue is generated by the claim of contributing to weight loss or fat loss. While the report includes categories traditionally considered part of the "weight loss industry," such as weight loss centers and weight loss drugs, it also includes categories such as video games and liposuction. In other words, products and services that target, in whole or in part, weight or fat loss among the overweight and obese are included in this report.

This study incorporates four major industry categories related to the weight loss market: ingested goods, non-ingested goods, consumer services, and medical services. It analyzes each commercial and technological element as it relates to current market status and its impact on future markets. It presents forecasts of growth during the next 5 years. In addition, the dynamics of consumer behavior are analyzed as they relate to the weight loss market.

More specifically, this study incorporates the following industry segments: diet and low-calorie food and beverages; nutraceuticals; pharmaceuticals; equipment; electronic media; print media; weight loss centers and diet preparation; gyms, health clubs, and training; bariatric surgery; and lipectomy.

The report analyzes each commercial and technological element as it relates to current market status and its impact on future markets. It presents forecasts of growth during the next 5 years. In addition, the dynamics of consumer and patient behavior are analyzed as they relate to obesity and any possible methods that could be successful in treating it.

All of the analyses are presented in quantitative table and chart formats. Numerical relationships are related to more qualitative information to provide both measurable dimensions and insights into the causes and effects of behavior, technological, commercial, and governmental activity.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

This is a study of 10 industry segments and their prospects for achieving market growth and providing efficacious treatment for overweight and obesity.

BCC presents the industry' s economic environment, technological descriptions and issues, applications, market factors and potential. It projects sales of products and services through 2014.

Businesses dealing in the food and beverage, nutraceutical, pharmaceutical, equipment, electronic media, print media, cosmetics, weight loss centers, gym, health club, personal training, diet management, food preparation, corporate, medical guidance, lipectomy, and bariatric surgery sectors, within or related to the weight loss industry, shall find this study of interest.

More broadly, this report is of interest to companies, institutions, and researchers working within the weight loss space, including manufacturers, consumer service providers, medical service providers, wholesalers, retailers, technologists, government agencies, universities, students, journalists, and other concerned individuals and groups.

INFORMATION SOURCES

Through primary and secondary sources, BCC determined revenues received by businesses. Past, current, and projected revenue amounts are in present dollars at the manufacturer level (for products) or at the point of transaction (for services).

BCC interviewed approximately 100 individuals to obtain primary data for this study. Respondents were guaranteed nondisclosure of interview data to protect their identities. Respondents represented a variety of business levels in industry segments, trade and professional organizations, trade and professional publishers, university and science organizations, and various levels of government. A considerable amount of secondary data was obtained, largely via the Internet, from government, trade and professional organizations, universities, and others. Sources of numerical data are noted throughout the report.

Table of Contents

Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION -- Complimentary 4

  • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 1
  • REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY 1
  • SCOPE OF REPORT 1
  • INTENDED AUDIENCE 2
  • INFORMATION SOURCES 2
  • ANALYST CREDENTIALS 3
  • RELATED BCC REPORTS 3
  • BCC ONLINE SERVICES 3
  • DISCLAIMER 4

Chapter-2: SUMMARY 3 $150

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  • SUMMARY 5
  • SUMMARY (CONTINUED) 6
  • SUMMARY TABLE U.S. MARKET FOR WEIGHT LOSS PRODUCTS AND SERVICES, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 7
  • SUMMARY FIGURE U.S. MARKET FOR WEIGHT LOSS PRODUCTS AND SERVICES, 2007-2014 ($ MILLIONS) 7

Chapter-3: OVERVIEW 22

  • DEFINITIONS 8
  • TABLE 1 DEFINITIONS OF ADULT OBESITY AND OVERWEIGHT 8
  • EPIDEMIC PROPORTIONS: THE CURRENT EXTENT OF AMERICAN O/O 9
  • OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE ADULTS 9
  • TABLE 2 HISTORICAL PERCENTAGES OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE ADULTS, 1960 - 2006 10
  • FIGURE 1 HISTORICAL PERCENTAGES OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE ADULTS, 1960 - 2006 (%) 11
  • TABLE 3 OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE ADULTS SELF-REPORTING, 1995 - 2008 (%) 12
  • OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS 13
  • TABLE 4 AMERICAN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WHO ARE OVERWEIGHT 1988 - 2006 (%) 13
  • FIGURE 2 AMERICAN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WHO ARE OVERWEIGHT, 1988-2006 (%) 13
  • TABLE 5 AMERICAN CHILDREN AGED 6 - 11 WHO ARE OVERWEIGHT, 1963 - 2004 (%) 14
  • FIGURE 3 AMERICAN CHILDREN AGES 6 - 11 WHO ARE OVERWEIGHT, 1963 - 2004 (%) 14
  • TABLE 6 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO ARE OBESE AND OVERWEIGHT, 2009 (%) 15
  • TABLE 7 CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WHO ARE OVERWEIGHT ACCORDING TO INCOME LEVEL, 1998 - 2006 (%) 15
  • WEIGHT LOSS HABITS IN HIGH SCHOOL 16
  • TABLE 8 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' WEIGHT LOSS DIETING RATES*, 2005 - 2009 (%) 16
  • TABLE 9 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' WEIGHT LOSS EXERCISE RATES*, 2005 - 2009 (%) 16
  • TABLE 10 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' RATE OF WEIGHT LOSS DIETING* BY GENDER, 2009 (%) 17
  • TABLE 11 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' RATE OF WEIGHT LOSS EXERCISE* BY GENDER, 2009 (%) 17
  • OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AND DISEASE 18
  • TABLE 12 U.S. RATE OF ADULT OBESITY AND OTHER DISEASES BY PLACE OF BIRTH, 1998 - 2003 (%) 18
  • Diabetes 19
  • TABLE 13 RATE OF DIABETES IN ADULTS 18 AND OLDER, 1997-2008 (%) 19
  • FIGURE 4 RATE OF DIABETES IN ADULTS 18 AND OLDER (%) 20
  • Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors: High Blood Pressure and Cholesterol 20
  • Other Diseases and Conditions Associated with Overweight and Obesity 20
  • OVERWEIGHT, OBESITY AND A BRIEF HISTORY OF EATING AND MOVEMENT 21
  • THE LONG VIEW: EATING AND OBESITY THROUGH THE 20TH CENTURY 21
  • Eating in Postwar America and Beyond 22
  • Americans Eat More 22
  • TABLE 14 DAILY CALORIES PER CAPITA CONSUMED BY FOOD GROUP*, 1970 - 2008 (KILOCALORIES) 23
  • FIGURE 5 CALORIES CONSUMED BY FOOD GROUP*, 1970 - 2008 (KILOCALORIES) 24
  • Snacking and Eating Out 25
  • TABLE 15 SHARE OF FOOD CONSUMED AWAY FROM HOME VS. AT HOME, 1980 - 2008 (%) 25
  • FIGURE 6 FOOD CONSUMED AWAY FROM HOME VS. AT HOME, 1980 - 2008 (%) 26
  • Portions 26
  • DEMOGRAPHIC AND CULTURAL DRIVERS OF UNHEALTHY EATING 27
  • AMERICAN CULTURE OF EATING 27
  • LIFE, WORK, AND LEISURE 27
  • THE CHANGING FAMILY 28
  • WEALTH, EDUCATION, AND INCOME 28
  • PHYSICAL MOVEMENT: THE EFFECTS OF MECHANIZATION, SEDENTARY LIFESTYLES 29

Chapter-4: THE BUSINESS OF WEIGHT LOSS IN THE 20TH AND 21ST CENTURIES 17

  • THE BUSINESS OF WEIGHT LOSS IN THE 20TH AND 21ST CENTURIES 30
  • THE BUSINESS OF WEIGHT LOSS ...(CONTINUED) 31
  • NUTRACEUTICALS: MULTIFUNCTIONAL PRODUCTS 32
  • MAJOR COMMERCIAL FUNCTIONAL APPROACHES TO WEIGHT CONTROL 32
  • PRODUCTS THAT REDUCE APPETITE 32
  • PRODUCTS THAT BURN FAT 33
  • PRODUCTS THAT PREVENT FAT DIGESTION 33
  • MEAL REPLACEMENTS 33
  • LOWER CALORIE FORMS OF FOODS AND BEVERAGES 33
  • INFLUENCES ON DEMAND 34
  • SOCIAL PRESSURE TO LOSE WEIGHT 34
  • CONSUMERS' UNREALISTIC EXPECTATIONS 35
  • POPULARIZATION OF EXERCISE FOR WEIGHT LOSS 36
  • FOOD MOVEMENTS: ORGANIC, NATURAL, AND OTHERS 36
  • RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE OBESITY EPIDEMIC 37
  • PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY 37
  • OBESITY POST UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE 37
  • SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 38
  • Social Costs 39
  • Social Costs (Continued) 40
  • INFLUENCES ON SUPPLY 41
  • TECHNOLOGY EFFECTS 41
  • STRICTER ENFORCEMENT OF INDUSTRY PRACTICES 42
  • PRODUCT AND SERVICE SEGMENTS 43
  • MARKETS BY APPLICATION: THE WIDE NET 43
  • INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE SEVERELY OBESE 44
  • INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE OBESE 44
  • INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE OVERWEIGHT 44
  • INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE NOT OVERWEIGHT 45
  • INDIVIDUALS WITH DIABETES AND OTHER DISEASES 45
  • THE UNRELENTING DRIVE TO FIGHT OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY 45
  • THE UNRELENTING DRIVE TO ...(CONTINUED) 46

Chapter-5: WEIGHT LOSS MARKET PRODUCT AND SERVICE SEGMENTS 104

  • WEIGHT LOSS PRODUCTS 47
  • TABLE 16 U.S. MARKET FOR WEIGHT LOSS PRODUCTS BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 48
  • INGESTED GOODS 48
  • TABLE 17 U.S. MARKET FOR WEIGHT LOSS INGESTED GOODS BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 48
  • Foods and Beverages 48
  • TABLE 18 U.S. MANUFACTURER SALES FOR DIET FOODS AND BEVERAGES, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 49
  • Trends for All Foods and Beverages 49
  • Convenience 49
  • TABLE 19 RETAIL SALES OF FOOD: FOOD CONSUMED AT HOME VS. FOOD CONSUMED AWAY FROM HOME, 1980 - 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 50
  • FIGURE 7 RETAIL SALES OF FOOD: FOOD CONSUMED AT HOME VS. FOOD CONSUMED AWAY FROM HOME, 1980 - 2008 ($ MILLIONS) 50
  • Recession 51
  • Ethnic Foods 52
  • Trends Especially Affecting Diet Foods and Beverages 52
  • Political and Cultural Influences On Healthy Eating 52
  • Political Action 52
  • American Society: Popular Culture and Food Movements 53
  • TABLE 20 ORGANIC FARMLAND, 1995 - 2005 (ACRES) 54
  • American ... (Continued) 55
  • Trend toward Functional Food and Drink as Means to Better Health 56
  • Food Pyramid and the Changing American Diet 56
  • Food Pyramid ... (Continued) 57
  • TABLE 21 CHANGES IN SELECT FOOD CONSUMPTION PER CAPITA, 1980 - 2007 (%) 58
  • Functional Food Introductions: "Bad" and "Good" Ingredients 59
  • Trend toward Focus on Sustainability 60
  • Dieting Trends: Low Fat, Low Carb, Low Calorie 60
  • Distinguishing Between "Good Fats" and "Bad Fats" 60
  • 1980s - 1990s: Low Fat 60
  • 2000s - 2010s: Low Carbohydrate and Beyond 61
  • Foods 62
  • TABLE 22 U.S. MANUFACTURER SALES FOR DIET PACKAGED FOOD, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 62
  • Manufacturing Diet Foods 62
  • Manipulating Ingredients in Packaged Food 63
  • TABLE 23 U.S. MARKET SHARES OF THE DIET SINGLE-SERVE FROZEN MEAL MARKET BY BRAND/COMPANY, 2009 (%) 63
  • TABLE 24 U.S. MARKET SHARES OF COOKIE SALES BY BRAND, 2009 (%) 64
  • TABLE 25 U.S. MARKET SHARES OF CRACKER SALES BY BRAND, 2009 (%) 64
  • Beverages 64
  • TABLE 26 U.S. MARKET FOR DIET BEVERAGES, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 65
  • Water: Not "Diet" but a Strong Substitute 66
  • TABLE 27 PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION OF BOTTLED WATER VS. CARBONATED SOFT DRINKS, 1980 - 2003 (GALLONS) 66
  • Non-carbonated Beverages 67
  • TABLE 28 U.S. MARKET FOR DIET NON-CARBONATED BEVERAGES, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 67
  • Energy Drinks 68
  • Sports Drinks 68
  • Ready-to-Drink Teas and Coffees 69
  • Juices and Juice Drinks 70
  • Carbonated Soft Drinks 70
  • TABLE 29 U.S. MARKET FOR DIET CARBONATED SOFT DRINKS, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 71
  • TABLE 30 U.S. MARKET FOR CARBONATED SOFT DRINKS, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 71
  • TABLE 31 U.S. PER-CAPITA CONSUMPTION OF CARBONATED SOFT DRINKS SHARE OF TOTAL, 1980 - 2003 (%) 71
  • TABLE 32 U.S. MARKET SHARES OF DIET CARBONATED SOFT DRINK MARKET BY BRAND, 2009 (%) 72
  • TABLE 33 U.S. MARKET SHARES OF DIET CARBONATED SOFT DRINK MARKET: TOP 10 BRANDS VS. OTHERS, 2007 - 2009 ($ MILLIONS) 72
  • Alcoholic Beverages 72
  • TABLE 34 U.S. MARKET FOR LIGHT BEER, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 73
  • TABLE 35 LIGHT BEER SHARE OF TOTAL U.S. BEER MARKET, 2007 - 2009 ($ MILLIONS) 74
  • TABLE 36 U.S. SHARES OF BEER MARKET VOLUMES BY COMPANY, 2009 74
  • TABLE 37 U.S. MARKET SHARES FOR DIET BEER MARKET VOLUMES BY COMPANY, 2009 (%) 75
  • Ingredients 75
  • TABLE 38 U.S. MARKET FOR FAT AND SUGAR SUBSTITUTES, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 75
  • Fat Substitutes 76
  • TABLE 39 U.S. MARKET FOR FAT SUBSTITUTES, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 76
  • A Difficult Task 77
  • Simplesse, Z-Trim, Olestra, and Salatrim 77
  • Current and Future Adequacy of Fat Replacers 78
  • Sugar Substitutes 79
  • TABLE 40 FOODS WITH ADDED SUGAR AS A PERCENT OF USDA RECOMMENDED DAILY INTAKE (%) 80
  • High Fructose Corn Syrup 81
  • TABLE 41 U.S. MARKET FOR SUGAR SUBSTITUTES, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 82
  • Review of Each Type of Artificial Sweetener 83
  • Aspartame 83
  • NutraSweet Co. 84
  • Merisant 85
  • Acesulfame-K (Ace-K: Acesulfame Potassium) 85
  • Sucralose 86
  • Saccharin 87
  • Cyclamate 87
  • Neotame 88
  • Tagatose 89
  • Alitame 89
  • Stevia 90
  • Advantame 90
  • Non-Sugar Bulk Sweeteners: Polyols 91
  • TABLE 42 U.S. SALES OF ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS BY SUB-SEGMENT, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 91
  • Slow Entry of New Products into the U.S. 91
  • Nutraceuticals 91
  • Nutraceuticals (Continued) 92
  • TABLE 43 U.S. MARKET FOR WEIGHT LOSS NUTRACEUTICALS, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 93
  • Pills 93
  • TABLE 44 U.S. MARKET FOR NUTRACEUTICAL PILLS, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 93
  • DSHEA, Ephedra, and the Aftermath 93
  • Weight Loss Pills after Ephedra 94
  • Weight Loss ... (Continued) 95
  • Meal Replacement Beverages 96
  • TABLE 45 U.S. MARKET FOR NUTRACEUTICAL MEAL REPLACEMENT BEVERAGES, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 96
  • TABLE 46 U.S. MARKET SHARES OF NUTRACEUTICAL MEAL REPLACEMENT BEVERAGES BY BRAND, 2009 (%) 96
  • Meal Replacement Bars 97
  • TABLE 47 U.S. MARKET FOR NUTRACEUTICAL MEAL REPLACEMENT BARS, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 97
  • TABLE 48 U.S. MARKET SHARES OF NUTRACEUTICAL MEAL REPLACEMENT BARS BY BRAND/COMPANY, 2009 (%) 97
  • Pharmaceuticals 98
  • TABLE 49 U.S. MARKET FOR WEIGHT LOSS DRUGS, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS) 98
  • Overview of the Pharmaceutical Industry 98
  • Leading Pharmaceutical Companies 99
  • TABLE 50 LEADING PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES IN 2009, WORLDWIDE SALES AND R&D EXPENDITURES ($ BILLIONS) 99
  • TABLE 51 U.S. MARKET SHARES FOR ALL PRESCRIPTION DRUGS BY REVENUE, 2007 - 2009 (%) 100
  • FIGURE 8 U.S. MARKET SHARES FOR ALL PRESCRIPTION DRUGS BY REVENUE, 2007 - 2009 (%) 100
  • Increasing Role of Generics Companies 101
  • TABLE 52 U.S. MARKET SHARES FOR ALL PRESCRIPTION DRUGS BY PRESCRIPTION VOLUME, 2007 - 2009 (%) 101
  • FIGURE 9 U.S. MARKET SHARES FOR ALL PRESCRIPTION DRUGS BY PRESCRIPTION VOLUME, 2005 - 2009 (%) 102
  • Patent Expirations/Empty Pipelines Driving M&A Activity, Including Mega-Mergers 102
  • Current Drugs: Descriptions of Medications Approved by the FDA 103
  • Meridia 103
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Chapter-6: GOVERNMENT REGULATION 13

  • POLICY ON THE NATIONAL AND LOCAL LEVELS 151
  • CONFLICTS OVER A NATIONAL FOOD POLICY 152
  • INSURANCE COVERAGE 153
  • Overweight and Obesity Receive Attention at the Top 153
  • FIGHTING OBESITY IN CONGRESS 153
  • TABLE 87 NUMBER OF BILLS INTRODUCED IN THE U.S. CONGRESS CONCERNING OBESITY, 1993 TO JULY 2010 153
  • FIGURE 10 NUMBER OF BILLS INTRODUCED IN THE U.S. CONGRESS CONCERNING OBESITY, 1993 TO JULY 2010 154
  • FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES 155
  • Regulating Products and Services: Effectiveness, Safety, and Ethics 155
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission 156
  • Weight Loss Industry Advertising 157
  • Weight ... (Continued) 158
  • OTHER HEALTH CARE-RELATED FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES 159
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 159
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 159
  • National Center for Health Statistics 160
  • Health Resources and Services Administration 160
  • National Institutes of Health 160
  • National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases 160
  • Combined Health Information Database 160
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture 161
  • Economic Research Service 161
  • GOVERNMENT-SPONSORED RESEARCH 161
  • STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 161
  • State Attorneys General and Fraudulent Weight Loss Services 161
  • Mandatory Information Disclosure 162
  • False Advertising and Fraud 162
  • Consumer Education and Skepticism 162
  • Other Coalitions 163

Chapter-7: COMPANY PROFILES 26

  • INGESTED GOODS 164
  • FOOD AND BEVERAGE 164
  • Anheuser-Busch InBev 164
  • Anheuser-Busch Cos., Inc. 164
  • Coca-Cola Co. 164
  • TABLE 88 COCA-COLA CO. REVENUES AND NET INCOME, 2000 - 2009 ($ MILLIONS) 165
  • Kraft Foods, Inc. 165
  • MillerCoors LLC 166
  • SABMiller, plc 166
  • Molson Coors Brewing Co. 166
  • Nestle 167
  • PepsiCo, Inc. 167
  • INGREDIENTS: FAT SUBSTITUTES 168
  • Danisco 168
  • Procter & Gamble 168
  • INGREDIENTS: SUGAR SUBSTITUTES 169
  • Cargill, Inc. 169
  • Johnson & Johnson (McNeil)/Tate & Lyle 169
  • Tate & Lyle, plc 169
  • NutraSweet 170
  • NUTRACEUTICALS: PILLS 170
  • Idea Sphere, Inc. 170
  • Iovate Health Sciences, Inc. 171
  • NUTRACEUTICALS: MEAL REPLACEMENTS 171
  • Unilever House 171
  • Slim-Fast Foods Co. 171
  • PHARMACEUTICALS 172
  • Abbott Laboratories 172
  • TABLE 89 ABBOTT LABORATORIES TOTAL REVENUES AND NET INCOME, 2000 - 2009 ($ MILLIONS) 173
  • Arena Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 173
  • GlaxoSmithKline, plc 173
  • U.S. Office 174
  • Orexigen 174
  • Roche Holding, Ltd. 174
  • Hoffman-La Roche ("Roche Nutley") 174
  • Vivus, Inc. 175
  • NON-INGESTED GOODS 175
  • EQUIPMENT 175
  • Brunswick Corp. 175
  • Icon Health and Fitness, Inc. 176
  • ELECTRONIC MEDIA 176
  • Microsoft 176
  • Nintendo 177
  • Sony 177
  • PRINT MEDIA 178
  • American Media, Inc. 178
  • Rodale, Inc. 178
  • CONSUMER SERVICES 178
  • WEIGHT LOSS CENTERS 178
  • eDiets.com, Inc. 178
  • TABLE 90 EDIETS.COM REVENUE, 2000 - 2009 ($ MILLIONS) 179
  • Medifast, Inc. 179
  • Nestle-Jenny Craig 180
  • Jenny Craig, Inc. (subsidiary of Nestle) 180
  • TABLE 91 GLOBAL NESTLE REVENUES, 2000 - 2009 ($ MILLIONS) 180
  • TABLE 92 U.S. JENNY CRAIG REVENUES (EST.), 2000 - 2009 ($ MILLIONS) 181
  • Nutrisystem, Inc. 181
  • TABLE 93 U.S. NUTRISYSTEM REVENUES AND NET INCOME, 2000 - 2009 ($ MILLIONS) 182
  • Weight Watchers International 183
  • A Worldwide Operation 183
  • A Strong Philosophy 184
  • TABLE 94 WEIGHT WATCHERS TOTAL REVENUES AND NET INCOME, 2000 - 2009 ($ MILLIONS) 185
  • TABLE 95 WEIGHT WATCHERS MEETING ATTENDANCE AT COMPANY-OWNED OPERATIONS, 2005 - 2009 (MILLIONS) 185
  • Separation from Heinz 186
  • Going Public 187
  • Points/Flex, Core, and Momentum 187
  • Leading in Consumer Support 188
  • Internet Activity 189

Chapter-8: FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES 10

  • INDUSTRY SPECIFIC OPPORTUNITIES 190
  • FOODS AND BEVERAGES 190
  • NUTRACEUTICALS 190
  • PHARMACEUTICALS 191
  • Can Weight Loss Drugs be Prioritized? 191
  • Quick Breakthroughs Not Likely 192
  • Mapping of the Human Genome 192
  • Current Gene Therapy Reassessment 193
  • Educate More Physicians 194
  • ELECTRONICS AND THE INTERNET 194
  • FITNESS CENTERS 194
  • WEIGHT LOSS CENTERS 195
  • BARIATRIC SURGERY 196
  • OTHER TRENDS 196
  • GENERATIONS AND FAMILIES 196
  • Children and the Teenage Market 196
  • The Family 197
  • Help Boomers Get and Stay Fit 197
  • NATIONAL AND LOCAL ACTION 197
  • WELLNESS PROGRAMS 198
  • PSYCHOLOGY, HEREDITY, AND ENVIRONMENT 198
  • THE FUTURE OF WEIGHT LOSS PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 199
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