Stepping up to the demand for immune-building supplements
As the world continues to real from the demands of the pandemic, the supplement industry struggles to keep up. Immune-building supplements such as Vitamin C and Garlic have become the holy grail of the vitamin shelf. Shortages in storage, transportation, employees, and manufacturers have created a demand without a supply. Millions of people scour the internet for immune build supplements, and “out of stock” becomes prevalent as supply chains fall farther and farther behind. COVID-19 has created waves in the economy that have just begun, and business owners are alarmed. As the pandemic spreads across the world, US manufacturers compete with Europe, China, and Mexico as their numbers climb.
Barring a healthy lifestyle, supplements are the only over-the-counter defense against a virus that fights the immune system. However, the solution to supplying the world with immune-building supplements is not simple. Nutrition retail and e-commerce business owners bear a heavy responsibility to facilitate the world with their life-giving products, and they are rising to the challenge.
They are stocking up.
Health Coaching businesses, retail stores, and e-commerce vitamin companies are looking ahead. As they stock up on Vitamin C, Garlic, Cayenne, and Green Tea, their shelves stay lined with life-giving bottles of hope. They are prepared to outlast the waves of panic and provide their customers with the immune-building items they desperately need. Manufacturers are working with US business owners to pre-order raw materials such as Vitamin C in bulk, and store them in their warehouses. They are creating climate-controlled environments perfectly tempered to these substances, and qualified workers that can skillfully maintain the sensitive powders.
They are evolving.
Supplement business owners know that they must evolve with an ever-changing world. Government shut-downs, relief, and stimulus checks have hit the workforce and the retail industry simultaneously, and the supplement industry has been hit hard as well. With the gift of technology, health coaching and nutrition companies have gone viral, distributing information in a fast and efficient manner, educating the public on immune-building supplements and strategies through mobile apps, email, and social media platforms.
They are fulfilling.
E-commerce has become the most effective way to distribute vitamins, as supplement companies work with fulfillment companies to provide exceptional service. The “delivered to your door” approach has become the safest way to distribute bottles, as we see UPS and Amazon boxes piled at the neighbor’s door. Challenges are presented, but the supplement owners continue to solve high-level problems and pivot with each curveball that has been thrown their way.
We often applaud the obvious heroes like firefighters and doctors, but the American business supplement owner has stepped up in a world that has become nearly impossible to navigate and accepted the challenge that will bring hope to the world. Immune-building supplements will be always available to the public because of their grit, determination, and mission. They have taken their assignment very seriously, and the world is grateful for this “hope in a bottle.”