Ger Rijkers’ snapshot of how probiotics research is shaping up across the world is perhaps a glimpse into future scientific discoveries as well as product development opportunities they could give rise to.
DISPATCHES FROM IPA WORLD CONGRESS + PROBIOTA 2018
The idea that probiotics could be tailored to address specific disorders or conditions is an idea that taps into the personalised nutrition and gut health themes resonating with the audience at Probiota.
Companies keen to do the so-far impossible – gain an EFSA approved health claim – should hold off on applications for now, and ensure new dossiers are kept simple in the future, regulatory experts told delegates at the recent IPA World Congress + Probiota...
Researchers at the University of North Carolina Nutrition Research Institute have been awarded a four-year, $2.6 million grant by the National Institutes of Health to develop and validate laboratory tests to assess choline status in humans.
Gluten-free products are already widely perceived as a better-for-you option, but occasional gluten-free shoppers would like to see additional health claims added to the label, new consumer research reveals.
A clearly humorous, fantastical tone – and a lack of overt reference to a health benefit – helped a Red Bull advertising campaign stay on the right side of health claims advertising regulations, according to the UK’s watchdog.
UK firm Kendal Nutricare has signed a US$118m five-year contract deal with import / export company Orient International Holding Shanghai Foreign Trading Co. to distribute its organic infant formula in China.
Delegate registration is now open for NutraIngredients-Asia and FoodNavigator-Asia's Healthy Ageing APAC summit, which is bringing together business leaders, policymakers and academics to debate how the industry can meet the food and nutritional...