Usage of food supplements remains high across Europe, with almost 90% of respondents to a recent survey reporting to using the products, with trust in the reliability of information from brands also high, says a new survey.
A study published yesterday by a group that included researchers from the University of Mississippi found that fewer than half of 30 immune supplements bought on Amazon had labels that accurately reflected their contents.
Safe Food Advocacy Europe has long been campaigning for an official definition of the term ‘natural’. Yet not all industry players are on board, we are told. How could a legal definition benefit both consumers and the planet?
The roles of the microbiome and probiotics in supporting the menopause could be a key growth area as the process, combined with healthy ageing and gut health, gives rise to niche products aimed at women navigating this stage of life.
Back after the COVID hiatus, Ingredion took advantage of the highly on-point and in-person Snackex 2022 – organised by the European Snacks Association in Hamburg, Germany, at the beginning of July – to showcase its solutions to help producers stay ahead...
Bottled water brand, ió fibrewater, unveils its new prebiotic fibre-infused water that has been developed to deliver 20% of the daily recommended intake of dietary fibre and 100% of the daily recommended prebiotic fibre intake.
Whether it’s for cognitive function, mood enhancement or stress relief, mushrooms are having a moment. According to a new report by Grand View Research, the global mushroom market size is expected to reach $115 billion by 2030.
The International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) featured a variety of presentations to promote the science and application of evidence-based sports nutrition and supplementation, including a non-so-well-known application of creatine.
Thorne HealthTech recently relaunched its Gut Health Test with the inclusion of its patent-pending Microbiome Wipe, eliminating the stool sampling that might be deterring users from testing their microbiome.
German research reveals one week of regular supplementation with Myrkl “substantially” lowers alcohol metabolism and uptake in the blood, which suggests it may help prevent liver and other organ damage, as a result of regular alcohol intake.
Trends in Japan’s Foods with Function Claims (FFC), the demand for vegan-friendly omega-3 based on insights from Thai Union, and an upcoming business summit in Singapore for the health and nutrition industry are featured in this round-up.
Proposals to overhaul the UK Cannabidiol (CBD) approval system has led to tension among some members of the Secretariat Advisory Board (SAB) of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) that liaises with government to inform industry policies.
New Zealand is pumping in cash to boost its cherry-growing industry by funding research to assess the nutritional value of the stone fruit that has been purported to reduce inflammation, regulate blood pressure and improve sleep among many.
With more than one billion women expected to have entered menopause worldwide by 2025, Bonafide is highlighting the need to increase education on preparing, managing, and addressing solutions for menopause symptoms.
Last week’s meeting of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Science Board did little to assuage a frustrated CBD industry that continues to call for regulation of the cannabinoid as a dietary supplement.
Hologram Sciences has launched Phenology, its new women’s health brand offering a one-stop destination for menopause solutions that it hopes will redefine the experience with a holistic approach addressing health and beauty solutions.