Botanicals

Kacey Culliney is joined by Marie Drago (L) and Margherita Patrucco (Centre) as they discuss next-generation skin microbiome science and innovation.

Probiota 2022: Gut-skin axis in? Anti-ageing out?

By Will Chu

Anti-ageing as a concept will cease to exist in the beauty industry as consumers look to products that hydrate the skin or specifically ingredients that address wrinkle formation.

Belgium’s Kreglinger enters the CBD market

Belgium’s Kreglinger enters the CBD market

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Belgium ingredients supplier Kreglinger has signed a distribution agreement with US cannabinoid (CBD) producer Averix Bio to supply European and UK markets.

The Indian amla harvest has been damaged by climate issues, said Tarun Prajapati from Cultivator Natural Products Pvt. Ltd.   Image © Utkarsh Sharma / Getty Images

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Climate issues compounding botanical supply chain issues

By Stephen Daniells

While COVID-related supply chain disruption has wreaked havoc on global supply chains, climate issues are worsening the problems for the botanical supply from around the world.

Factoring CBD into the athletic equation

Factoring CBD into the athletic equation

By Danielle Masterson

This year’s Sports & Active Nutrition Summit event launched with a focus on CBD in sports nutrition. While CBD/hemp products are still in a federal regulatory gray area, that hasn’t stopped product developers from flooding the market with new offerings....

French fermentation experts strengthen research ties

French fermentation experts strengthen research ties

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Fermentation specialist, Lesaffre and French research institute INRAE are extending their long-term collaboration for another five years to drive research and innovation and deliver solutions that “respond to societal issues related to the environment,...

Taming the heart health benefits of wild olive oil

Taming the heart health benefits of wild olive oil

By Lynda Searby

Could wild olive oil have health benefits to rival its cultivated counterpart? An animal study from the University of Seville shows that oil from the ancient Acebuche olive species could reduce arterial hypertension.

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