Even though some people may find thoughts of jack o’lanterns and pumpkins to be a bit out of place in mid-July, any nutraceutical insider will tell you that now is the perfect time to have autumn on the brain.
Manufacturing Dietary Supplements for the Fall Market
Whether you’re looking to bring your dietary supplement product to market during the spring, summer, winter, or fall there’s one rule that’s always worth remembering:
If you’re looking to bring a supplement to market by a certain date, then that supplement should be “in production” at least 3-4 months before your target date.
Here’s why: Usually (but not always) a 3-4 month window is more than enough time for a supplement to make its way through the entire manufacturing process (even if there’s a small hiccup or two along the way).
For those looking to have their dietary supplement product hit the market in September or October, now is the time to begin the manufacturing process.
Building additional time for manufacturing into your business plan (from the beginning of your supplement journey) is a simple, but generally effective way to help you and your manufacturer create high-quality dietary supplement products that meets your business’s needs and your customers’ needs.
Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, here are three autumn-inspired favorites that are sure to get those flavor thoughts flowing!
3 Mouth-Watering Autumn Dietary Supplement Flavors
Whether you’re thinking pie, spice, or latte – pumpkin remains one of the most popular fall flavors. This autumn staple is a must-consider flavor for anyone looking to launch their supplement into the American market this fall.
This farm-stand classic is quickly gaining ground as an autumn staple. Any dietary supplement looking to capture this fall favorite would need to find the perfect balance between sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg-spiced goodness and a hint of autumn apple tartness.
Speaking of cinnamon-spiced things, who can resist the temptation of a warm, gooey, and utterly delicious cinnamon bun? Some of the flavor notes that define this confectionery classic include vanilla, a confectioner’s sugar-sweetened glaze, and (of course) plenty of cinnamon!