New lab extends microbiome research in Denmark

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Danish biotech SNIPR Biome has opened a new laboratory in Copenhagen to advance development of prophylactic treatment for E.coli (SNIPR001) in cancer patients.

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Nature's Sunshine continues record run as war complicates future

By Hank Schultz

Multi level marketing company Nature’s Sunshine has recorded a sixth straight quarter of rapid growth. But as the company has significant operations in Russia and Ukraine, the war has complicated the company’s task of forecasting future results.

Kappa Bioscience to form vitamin K2 advisory board

Kappa Bioscience to form vitamin K2 advisory board

By Will Chu

Norwegian firm Kappa Bioscience is to form a "Blue Ribbon" Scientific and Medical Advisory Board made up of prominent scientists that will support and expand the knowledge base for vitamin K2.

Fmali v Heckler: The landmark herb case that changed the industry

In memory of Ben Zaricor, 1947-2022

Fmali v Heckler: The landmark herb case that changed the industry

By Stephen Daniells

It started with ten-speed bicycles and ended with an Appeals Court decision in 1983 that changed the herb industry and knocked FDA down a peg. Four decades later, it’s time to shine the spotlight on this game-changing court case.

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CSM Ingredients acquires Hi-Food

By Kavitha Sivasubramaniam

CSM Ingredients has announced the acquisition of natural food-tech ingredients producer Hi-Food.

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Kerry acquires two biotech businesses

By Kavitha Sivasubramaniam

Kerry has announced the acquisitions of two biotechnology firms in a move that it hopes will boost its manufacturing capabilities, expertise and technology portfolio.

French fermentation experts strengthen research ties

French fermentation experts strengthen research ties

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Fermentation specialist, Lesaffre and French research institute INRAE are extending their long-term collaboration for another five years to drive research and innovation and deliver solutions that “respond to societal issues related to the environment,...

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New materials and technologies helping improve dairy alternatives

By Jim Cornall

DairyReporter recently had the opportunity to find out from ingredients company ADM what some of the trends are in the dairy alternatives space. We have a Q&A with Katie Kolpin-Gustafson, principal scientist, creation, design and development at ADM...

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