A raft of British firms continue to test the boundaries of UK supplement advertising as the Advertising Standards Authority take action over health claims used to market joint health and weight loss products.
The International Probiotics Association will unveil the first draft of its new manufacturing standards for the probiotics industry at the upcoming IPA DC Workshop, in collaboration with the US Pharmacopeia.
The American Botanical Council has announced a plan to create an industry-accepted practice to ensure that rejected raw materials don’t find their way back into the market and onto the shelf in the form of finished goods.
Sports supplements retailer MyProtein have fallen foul of the Advertising Standards Authority rules over “misleading” claims the firm were offering discounts of up to 60% on items during a monthly sale.
The Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED) has developed “GOED Best-Practice Guidelines on Oxidation Control” to help the industry to avoid oxidation issues and produce the highest quality products available.
The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) has issued a blanket ban on marketing and free sampling of infant formula in hospitals in Pakistan, following a meeting with Formula Milk Association office bearers on 26 September.
FDA’s undertaking to create a master list of ‘old dietary ingredients’ that could be sold legally in dietary supplements without first going through the new dietary ingredient notification process likely will fall flat, despite the agency’s best intentions,...
From finalizing an NDI list to making dietary supplements eligible in welfare programs, Dr Daniel Fabricant of the National Products Association shared his take on the state of the dietary supplements industry.
The European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA) has launched a dedicated kitemark that it says will help the public identify products from responsible ESSNA members alongside a wider public education campaign.