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Secom climbed third in the top players of the food supplement market in Romania

Secom, a Romanian company specializing in the import, promotion and marketing of natural products for health and beauty, completed 2017 with a turnover of about 20 million Euro, up 22 per cent over the previous year.

2018-02-12 12:48:00

This evolution led to a three-position jump in the food supplements market top, with Secom currently ranked third among the top players in the industry, with a market share of 6.4 per cent.

"2017 was a year of performance for Secom. We have continued to develop our company in a sustainable way by expanding our team by 40 per cent, expanding our portfolio of innovative products in the category of food supplements and the natural cosmetics segment and opening three new stores," said Lucia Costea, Managing Partner Secom.

The Secom portfolio currently includes 300 food supplements and 100 natural cosmetics.



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