The developers of sciadonic acid—a new to the market anti-inflammatory fatty acid—have pivoted to topical products as they search for partners to more fully develop the substance as a dietary ingredient.
Jujubes are a nutritious superfruit with caramel flavour notes that are "extremely versatile" and ideal for bakery, confectionery and dairy products as well as beverages, says the CEO and founder of Abakus Foods.
The difficulty in getting a probiotic health claim approved and the botanical stand-off may explain why one in three industry professionals find the current EU framework unhelpful and difficult to navigate.
Let's talk about the scoops that come with protein powder—not that the scoop can necessarily make or break a consumer's decision to buy a powder, but a focus group conducted by packaging company TricorBraun reveals what protein powder buyers...
More products boasting the energy-managing, cognitive-enhancing and mood-moderating effects of adaptogens, CBD and nootropics will break out in 2018 as consumers continue to seek holistic and preventive ways to manage their mental health, according to...
Dietitians working with pro sports teams said NSF’s redesigned mobile app will help athletes stay in compliance by making it easier to choose certified supplements when they are not under team supervision.
Chinese investment into Australian health firms, including supplement manufacturers, will continue to grow as the country's healthcare system matures and the population ages, analysts from KPMG are forecasting.
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The submission deadline for the NutraIngredients Awards 2018 has been extended until Friday 9th February due to high demand. There is still time to submit your ingredients, finished products, research and innovations to one of our 12 categories.
Innovation is happening at all levels of the dietary supplement industry and is carving out new paths to market, driven by the application of advanced statistical techniques, participants in a NutraIngredients-USA panel said.
The global market for probiotics is growing rapidly, however EU rules that among other things ban the word ‘probiotic’ being used on label are stifling both growth and innovation in the European sector, warns the International Probiotic Association.