Omega-3 fats delivered using a proprietary self-micro-emulsifying system may be more bioavailable to the human body than the standard ethyl ester formulation, according to a new study funded by Pharmavite.
A husband and wife team who founded the first hot drinks with up to 100% RDA of essential vitamins in every cup hope this year will see their three-year-old brand reach boiling point as its sales bubble over to international markets.
As consumers continue to demand more natural and sustainable nutraceuticals with perfect supply chain transparency, Vitafoods Europe 2019 will explore how firms can collaborate to shape a more sustainable future for the industry.
Staying healthy is becoming less about diet and more about beliefs so brands need to learn what their audience's 'religion' is and how to connect to their beliefs, according to a new in-depth trends report.
Leading brands Designs For Health, which recently expanded to Australia, and Asian outfit Nature’s Farm, which also boast retail operations, will share exclusive market and consumer insights at the first NutraIngredients Omega-3 Summit in Singapore next...
Babies’ allergy to cow’s milk protein (CMPA) may act as a ‘Trojan horse’ for the €44bn global formula industry, an expert says, as the condition may be help firms form relationships with the paediatric profession.
SlimFast, a well known diet brand now owned by Glanbia, has launched a new suite of products that capitalize on the keto diet trend. The launch could signal a new day for the once-dominant brand and signals a reinvigoration of legacy weight loss brands.
As we boldly begin our march into 2019, it’s time for the NutraIngredients editors to get out our crystal balls and predict the hottest trends in the European health and wellness space for the year ahead. What’s in store for 2019?
California-based ChromaDex announced that Nestlé Health Science now has “exclusive right” to include ChromaDex’s patented nicotinamide riboside ingredient Tru Niagen in its branded medical nutrition products.
Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline are merging their consumer health units, bringing the two pharma giants’ dietary supplement and over-the-counter brands into what analysts are calling “the world’s largest consumer health company.”