Daily supplementation with matured hop bitter acids may improve mental processing speed, attention, and concentration in healthy adults aged 45 to 69, says a new study from beverage giant Kirin Holdings Co.
Italian botanicals firm Indena completes the sale of its nutricosmetics business to Swiss-based Givaudan in a deal that began in 2019 and introduces a manufacturing and innovation pact between the two firms.
Plant extract companies in China are seeing more demand for immune-related raw materials, but most are adopting a cautious stance when it comes to capacity building due to trade uncertainties brought on by COVID-19.
Oral consumption of a hot water extract of Hydrangea serrata leaves may improve wrinkles, hydration, skin elasticity, and skin texture, says a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial from Korea.
The Association for the Cannabinoid Industry (ACI) has received clarification from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) regarding updated deadlines set for Cannabinoid (CBD) firms to apply for Novel Foods status.
The European Commission (EC) makes available a working document that describes the objectives of the nutrition and health claim regulations made on plants and their preparations for food use as ‘not fully attained’.
The highest European Court has for the first time expressed a legal position on the commercialisation of cannabidiol (CBD)-based products in Europe as its Advocate General said EU member states cannot ban the import of this ingredient.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) gives its thumbs up to a botanical extract and a single‐cell microalga, concluding that these two supplement ingredients are safe to use at the proposed levels.