Newsweek is reporting that many of the top superfood producers in the world are taking a back seat to the Big Five companies that dominate the market, and that is leading to a glut of superfoods in the marketplace.
According to Newsweek, the glut of Superfood products is caused by an increase in the number of competitors, and an increase of the price of the ingredients in the superfood industry.
For instance, the cost of producing a single Superfood ingredient is now around $1,000 per kilogram of food.
This is up from around $500 per kilo of food in 2011, according to the report.
According to the study, the Big Four, Kellogg, Nestle, and Unilever are all facing increased competition, and they all have the resources to continue to dominate the Superfood market.
The superfood companies are now paying the price for this lack of competition.
Superfood producers are finding it difficult to compete with their rivals in the market because they are not being allowed to have a say in the process of producing their products.
The study also states that, in order to compete effectively, the super foods companies need to have the support of consumers, and consumers have turned their backs on superfood products.
The Big Five Superfood Companies are now competing against each other, and the glut is forcing the companies to make drastic changes to their product lines in order for them to continue their dominance.
Nestle announced last week that it is planning to make changes to its products, and it has also released a statement saying that it will stop selling its “superfoods.”
The list of ingredients that the companies are looking to stop selling include bovine serum, sugar, unconventional oils, and natural ingredients.