Preliminary data suggests a probiotic formulation could act as a complementary remedy to slow down the progression of COVID-19 as researchers stress the gut-lung axis’ importance in controlling the disease.
Japanese dairy product company Morinaga Milk Industry has revealed plans to expand its yoghurt range by introducing more products with functional benefits, accelerate its lactoferrin research and e-commerce business as part of its key initiatives for...
UK watchdogs are reminding firms that stating or implying substances in food supplements can prevent, treat or cure disease is prohibited as authorities look to clamp down on recent coronavirus-related claims.
India is leading the APAC market with the highest number of new food, drinks and supplements that bear immune system-boosting claims launched in the last five months. Australia and Indonesia ranked second and third.
The impact of COVID-19 on retail and food-to-go channels has challenged many food businesses. Yet challenger brands and start-ups with an agile mindset can use the crisis to their advantage, say a panel of experts.
NutraIngredients-USA hosted a webinar discussing the many curveballs thrown at the sports nutrition industry in recent months. Our expert panel examined how the pandemic shifted the category, research, consumer behavior, how brands are adapting, as well...
The coronavirus has led consumers to include food supplements as a core shopping item, an industry survey finds, as recognition grows amongst customers in their role in preserving health and wellbeing.
Purition is a UK protein shake manufacturer that wants to disrupt a breakfast offering that, co-founder Edward Taylor says, is too often characterised by ‘half truths’ and ‘nutrition myths’. What makes Purition different? “We play it straight down the...
Nutrition and industry experts have responded to Public Health England's (PHE) reports which found no evidence to support taking vitamin D supplements to prevent or treat COVID‑19, describing the conclusions as 'narrow-minded' and 'abysmal'.
There is no evidence to support taking vitamin D supplements to specifically prevent or treat COVID‑19 but everyone should consider taking vitamin D supplements if they are in lockdown, the UK government has announced.