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Stakeholders win 5 minutes to state final caffeine case

5 days until EU caffeine crunch time

Stakeholders win 5 minutes to state final caffeine case

By Annie Harrison-Dunn

Last week the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) gave six stakeholders five minutes each to present their thoughts on its draft risk assessment on caffeine, which stated 400 mg of caffeine a day from all sources and single doses of up to 200 mg for...

What are the top 10 botanicals in Europe?

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What are the top 10 botanicals in Europe?

By Nathan Gray

Botanical supplements are popular among consumers of all ages in Europe, but what are the most popular? As part of our special edition on botanicals, NutraIngredients counts down the top ten botanical ingredients purchased by European consumers.

The key ingredients for blood sugar management

Special edition: Blood sugar management

The key ingredients for blood sugar management

By Stephen DANIELLS

With diabetes rates rising, many healthy people are starting to consider the effects of blood glucose levels and keeping them in the healthy range. In this gallery we look at the key ingredients in this growing sector. 

Health claim game changers of 2014

Health claim game changers of 2014

By Annie Harrison-Dunn

A health claim approval can spell good business for some, while rejections disaster for firms who have invested big to collect their supporting dossier only to be told their evidence is insufficient. So it's no wonder food firms keep one eye firmly...

Asia-Pacific in 2014: A year of scandals, soul searching and success

Review of the year

Asia-Pacific in 2014: A year of scandals, soul searching and success

By RJ Whitehead

The last 12 months have been turbulent for much of Asia-Pacific's food industry, with regulations, legislation, markets and partnerships continuing to develop in the latest step in the region's economic development.To mark a fascinating year...

Learning from Japan's healthy ageing market

Special edition: Healthy ageing

Learning from Japan's healthy ageing market

By Shane STARLING

From an €80 million market for anti-ageing placenta supplements to the world’s most innovative (and fad-driven) functional foods and drinks market, Japan’s healthy ageing market is unique and instructive.

Gallery: The top ingredients for cognitive health

Special edition: Cognitive health

Gallery: The top ingredients for cognitive health

By Stephen Daniells

Memory, attention and focus, development, mood; there are numerous ways that a nutrient or ingredient can affect cognitive health. But which have the most science, how do they work, and how are they performing in the market. Check out our gallery of the...

Top 5 snaps from the show: Healthy Beverage and World Tea Expos

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Top 5 snaps from the show: Healthy Beverage and World Tea Expos

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Join us on a whirlwind tour of the Healthy Beverage and World Tea Expos, as we train our lens on five rising beverage brands addressing need states from enhanced hydration to digestive health.

Food Vision 2014: In pictures

Food Vision 2014: In pictures

By Nathan Gray

The Food Vision event in Cannes brought together global food and drink industry leaders to tackle some of the biggest issues and key topics directly affecting the future of the industry and the profitability of businesseses. FoodNavigator and the Food...

Top Science: NutraIngredients reveals top 10 science stories of 2013

Top Science: NutraIngredients reveals top 10 science stories of 2013

By Nathan Gray

From the fallout over a controversial omega-3 link to cancer, to links between gut microbes and autism, and so much in between - it’s been a busy year for research in the functional food and nutrition arena... and for us at reporting it at NutraIngredients.

2013: Big-hitting Nutra news review

2013: Big-hitting Nutra news review

New laws, NGO questions, booming sectors, booed players – there was plenty for the European and international healthy foods and supplements sectors to get on with in 2013. We take a quick look back to help you look forward in 2014...

In pictures: The top botanicals and their health benefits

Special edition: Botanicals

In pictures: The top botanicals and their health benefits

By Maggie Hennessy

The botanicals sector is worth $5.6 billion in the US alone, and includes a diverse range of botanicals, from cranberry to St John's wort. In this special gallery we take a tour of the herbal sector, and look at some of the stars, and their health...

Innovation at FIE: New product sneak preview

Innovation at FIE: New product sneak preview

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

The FIE show is set to open its doors in just a couple of weeks, bringing together more than 1,300 suppliers - so what are the hottest new products to look out for on the show floor? FoodNavigator takes a sneak peek at some of the ingredients making an...

People on the move: July 2013

People on the move: July 2013

People change. They move on. They take new jobs, careers shift. So a scan then of people that have taken new posts within the European nutrition sector.

Bone & Joint health – The big ingredients for a booming market

Bone & Joint health – The big ingredients for a booming market

By Stephen DANIELLS

As populations age, maintaining healthy bones and joints becomes increasingly important. Indeed, the global bone and joint health supplements market is predicted to hit US$9 billion globally by 2017, according to Global Industry Analysts. In this gallery...

Antioxidants: 10 misconceptions

10 misconceptions about antioxidants

By Kacey Culliney

Excitement around antioxidants has diminished, replaced by polarised views and misconceptions that have started to impede industry use of the ingredient in supplements and drugs, scientists suggest.

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Combating 'hidden hunger' with Vitamin Angels

By Stephen Daniells

Vitamin Angels is combating hidden hunger by helping children under five, pregnant women and new mothers gain access to lifesaving and life changing micronutrients. Check out this photo gallery to learn more about the causes of hidden hunger and see the...

Javaplant site visit - extraction in Indonesia

Javaplant site visit - extraction in Indonesia

By RJ Whitehead

FoodNavigator-Asia recently visited Indonesia's largest extraction facility, Javaplant, to look at how one of Asia's top 10 botanical, coffee and tea extractors produces products for export around the world.

in-cosmetics Innovation preview: Beauty drinks focus

in-cosmetics Innovation preview: Beauty drinks focus

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

As with years gone by, in-cosmetics is pleased to announce its Innovation Zone, showcasing the latest in creative inspiration, providing an area to catch up on all the latest products and exclusive show launches in one place. Here, we look at the beauty...

2012: Takeovers, health claim make overs and botanical endgames

The big industry and regulation stories of 2012

2012: Takeovers, health claim make overs and botanical endgames

By Shane Starling

Business consolidation, battling stalling economies and the belated activation of the dreaded (by most) EU health claims register – these are just a few issues that have defined the 2012 EU nutra space.

HiE2012 Live coverage

HiE 2012 - As it happened

By Nathan Gray

The NutraIngredients and FoodNavigator teams bring you the latest news, views, pictures and tweets from the Health Ingredients Europe (HiE) 2012 conference and exposition in Frankfurt. Stick with us to keep up to date with the latest updates from our...

Top Immune Health Ingredients

Special edition: Immune support

Top Immune Health Ingredients

By Stephen Daniells

As part of our special edition on immune support, NutraIngredients presents our pick of the top immune ingredients. First up: Echinacea.

2011: The year that was

2011: The year that was

From health claims to heated herbal disputes to stressed tomato antioxidants, microflora revelations and cranberry wars, 2011 was another eventful year in the European healthy foods and supplements space.

Relive Brau Beviale 2011 in pictures

Relive Brau Beviale 2011 in pictures

By Ben Bouckley

We've collated some of the best images from the floor of beverage industry trade show Brau Beviale, which celebrated its 50th birthday last week in Nuremberg, Germany, and attracted almost 1,400 exhibitors and 31,500 guests.

Reformulating for weight management success: Panel Discussion

Reformulating for weight management success: Panel Discussion

As the world takes a long, hard look at waistlines and decides to do something about them, the food and beverage industry is under pressure to slash the fat and sugar content in products, and provide accessible information about what’s in a pack. This...

The varied sources of omega-3

Special edition: Omega-3

The varied sources of omega-3

By Stephen Daniells

Omega-3 fatty acids can be obtained from a variety of sources: Fish, krill, algae, plants, mussels. In this gallery we tour the world and look at the sources making waves in the $5 billion omega-3 food, beverage and supplements industry.

Inflammation: The expression of a very modern malady

Special edition: Inflammation

Inflammation: The expression of a very modern malady

By Shane Starling

Extra-curricular inflammation of the human body is very real and costing healthcare providers billions globally. But where did it come from and are current efforts helping it go away?

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