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Besides having its own drug targets, Alterola will frequently be working with partners all over the world who can benefit from its groundbreaking research. Alterola is both interested in hired research, as well as research based on a profit share or in other ways where the risk and profits can be mutually shared with partners.

Through its extensive network of research institutions and its collaboration with contract research organizations, Alterola is able to leverage this advantage and turn it into full-fledged concepts for chewing gum as a nutraceutical system for other applications. At the moment, Alterola is working on at least two other concepts for using chewing gum to battle major life-style induced illnesses that cost society billions every year. Alterola cannot reveal the exact nature of these applications just as yet due to intellectual properties.

"Besides having its own drug targets, Alterola will frequently be working with partners all over the world who can benefit from its groundbreaking research "
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Nutraceuticals Market Players to Find Promising Growth Opportunities
With several consumers looking at nutraceuticals as a means to fortify their daily dietary intake and also as an alternative to OTC drugs, the outlook for the global nutraceuticals market looks positive.
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World Chewing Gum Market Research Report 2015-2019
Global Chewing Gum Market 2015-2019 is the latest addition to Sandlerresearch.org industry research reports collection. The analysts forecast global chewing gum market to grow at CAGRs of CGAR of 5.64% over 2014-2019.
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In the year 2020: Global nutraceuticals market 7% annual growth forecast
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