Sports Nutrition

Local sporting cultures influence consumer preferences across the global protein and non-protein markets, says Euromonitor


Protein still sports nutrition king, but watch out

By Annie-Rose Harrison-Dunn

Protein is still the bedrock of sports nutrition says Euromonitor, but non-protein products are expected to grow faster in several important global markets like Australia, Canada and Indonesia.

ESSNA chair Adam Carey, PhD: “This very much sends a message to other companies that we’ll be stronger together...

Glanbia joins EU sports nutrition group

Glanbia Performance Nutrition has joined the ever-growing membership of the 10-year-old European Specialist Sports Nutrition Association (ESSNA), joining supplement maker PhD Nutrition, and retailers NBTY Europe as new members.

“The designed products presented high fibre content, reasonable consumer acceptance and were microbiologically stable,” the reserachers found.

Sports drinks waste shows bar and biscuit potential: Study

By Shane Starling

Fruit and vegetable residues typically discarded in the manufacture of isotonic sports drinks could be a rich nutrient source for other foodstuffs like bars and biscuits, Brazilian researchers have found.

USN MD, Jason Oakley: “NBTY/Holland & Barrett appears immune to understanding our position...

NBTY Europe axes sports nutrition range

NBTY Europe has stopped selling the USN sports nutrition range in its Holland & Barrett stores in the UK after a hike in local taxes forced a review of the brands it worked with.

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