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Last chance: Two weeks to go until IPA World Congress + Probiota 2018

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Last chance: Two weeks to go until IPA World Congress + Probiota 2018

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There are just two weeks remaining until hundreds of top academics and business leaders from the ever-more connected worlds of probiotics, prebiotics and the microbiome come together at the IPA World Congress + Probiota 2018 in Barcelona. Will you be...

Ismail to step down as GOED leader

Ismail to step down as GOED leader

By Hank Schultz

After more than 10 years guiding the most successful organization of its type within the supplements industry, Adam Ismail has announced he will step down as the executive director of GOED at the end of February.

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TWO YEAR TRIAL FAILED TO MEET PRIMARY END-POINT – BUT EXPERTS SAY STUDY MAY STILL HAVE POSITIVES

Major EU-funded Alzheimer’s trial reveals ‘mixed’ results for daily nutrition drink

By Nathan Gray

Daily consumption of a drink containing a specific combination of essential fatty acids, vitamins and other nutrients does not improve key markers of Alzheimer’s progression, but may aid everyday cognitive performance, reports a two-year clinical study.

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Cranberry effective against recurrent UTIs: Meta-analysis

By Stephen Daniells

A daily intake of cranberries may significantly reduce the risk of recurrent urinary tract infection (rUTI) in generally healthy women, says a new meta-analysis of seven randomized controlled trials.

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What's on the label isn't always what's in the product

Do commercial probiotics need better quality controls?

By Nathan Gray

Probiotic products should have a more stringent quality control process with processes that ensure contents match what is on the label, warns a new position paper.

MEPs last week said they were “convinced the authority should be endowed with a sufficient budget to hire independent in-house experts with no conflicts of interest”. ©iStock

Analysis: Can EFSA ever cut ties with industry?

By David Burrows

The consultation for a new policy on independence at the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) draws to a close this week and campaigners have told FoodNavigator that the final document won’t be worth the paper it’s written on

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