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This year, NutraIngredients' Probiota will take place at the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road in Dublin, Ireland. ©iStock

THREE WEEKS TO GO

Probiota 2020: Limited spaces remaining ... register before it's too late!

By Nathan Gray

With less than three weeks left until Probiota 2020 time is running out to make sure YOU are on the list to get in. After a sell-out event in 2019 spaces are filling up fast at the 2020 event ... make sure you secure your place at the leading event for...

Last chance saloon: NutraIngredients Awards 2020 deadline extended

Get your entries submitted by 7 Feb ... or miss out!

Last chance saloon: NutraIngredients Awards 2020 deadline extended

By Nathan Gray

The submission deadline for the NutraIngredients Awards 2020 has been extended until Friday 7th February due to high demand. There is still time to submit your ingredients, finished products, research and innovations to one of our 12 categories.

NutraIngredients Awards 2020: You've got to be in it to win it!

Less than two weeks to go

NutraIngredients Awards 2020: You've got to be in it to win it!

By Nathan Gray

The NutraIngredients Awards is set to celebrate the best of the nutrition and dietary supplements industry as it returns to Geneva for its sixth year alongside Vitafoods Europe 2020 in May. With just three weeks to go before applications and nominations...

LAST CHANCE! Calling all probiotic, prebiotic and microbiome focused researchers

Probiota Frontiers sessions deadline is today!

LAST CHANCE! Calling all probiotic, prebiotic and microbiome focused researchers

By Nathan Gray

Are you a researcher with compelling new data on the microbiome? Do you have exciting probiotic or prebiotic science to share? Would you like to present your findings at the leading microbiome-focused event? If so, today is the last day to submit your...

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WATCH NOW: Gates Foundation funded study develops ‘unique nutrient-delivery system’

Fighting malnutrition: Could new nutrient delivery strategy help billions of people?

By Nathan Gray

A unique new nutrient delivery system, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, could help billions of people suffering from malnutrition by improving the way iron and vitamin A are fortified into foods, say those behind the project.

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