There is just one month to go until the second Healthy Ageing APAC Summit in Singapore, organised by FoodNavigator-Asia and NutraIngredients-Asia, featuring keynote presentations from Nestlé, PepsiCo, Kirin, BioCeuticals and FANCL.
Lessons learned from the history of the dietary supplement industry can be applied to the hemp world, and the blitzkrieg-like pace of the industry means we’ll know in short order who’s getting the message and who isn’t. It will also put pressure on regulators...
Demand for black seed oil is growing, albeit from a small base, with new human studies underway and intriguing synergistic effects with omega-3 reported, but there is a lot of variability on the market, says one leading supplier.
Last month the great and good of the global nutrition and wellness industry came together in Geneva for the annual Vitafoods Europe conference and expo. Here, NutraIngredients provides the rundown of the the top sessions and trends people spotted at the...
Regulatory experts have soothed the concerns of probiotic industry leaders and discussed the 'wonderful marketing opportunity' that will come with the proposed taxonomy update for the ‘Lactobacillus’ genus.
British company Spoon Guru, which uses artificial intelligence to help retailers offer consumers a personalized nutrition shopping experience, has announced Walmart-owned Jet.com as its first US partner.
Mars Inc. may be best known for its confections, but the global food giant is taking a closer look at personalized nutrition as a “critical focus” area for its new Mars Edge segment, which is dedicated to human health through targeted nutrition, according...
IADSA (International Alliance of Dietary/Food Supplement Association) has created a new information tool called 'Mind the Gap' to facilitate more effective communication about the benefits of dietary supplements.
Beauty from within is a small but fast growing niche that also could serve to boost the skin microbiome trend. Cosmetics Design spoke to Stephen Daniells, editor-in-chief of NutraIngredients USA to find out more.
The biochemical and molecular events that disrupt the microbiome and trigger immune responses during flare-ups of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have been observed and reported by scientists for the first time, say those behind the study.