The botanical Boswellia has been used for its anti-inflammatory properties for millennia, but it’s not uncommon to find some products today labeled as Boswellia to skimp on the amount of the botanical or to substitute in a less-researched form.
The Italian Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies (MIPAAF) has approved legislation that simplifies the cultivation, harvesting and processing of botanical plants potentially used for food supplements.
Lehvoss UK, through its nutritional division Gee Lawson, are now European distributors of Mediterranean extracts manufactured by Nating in a move that makes available the Italian firm’s botanical extracts combined with functional carriers to offer additional...
European regulators confirm Unilever’s assertion that black tea can improve attention identifying caffeine and l‐theanine actions as ‘sufficiently characterised’ during the health claim approval process.
A food and cosmetic convergence, where food ingredients find a place among cosmetic applications, could well form the next wave of innovation as consumers look to nutritional supplements for beauty purposes.
Allmicroalgae Natural Products’ Chlorella vulgaris microalgae has received organic certification by the European Union as the Portuguese-based firm look to respond to growing demand for organic, fully traceable plant-based ingredients.