Personalised Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (PNLM) could address the causes of chronic conditions if socio-economic, cultural, ethnic and diversity barriers can be overcome, says a leading professional body.
The use of beauty-from-within supplements, or nutricosmetics, is becoming “more acceptable” to dermatologists, but more scientific and safety evidence is needed to encourage widespread use, says a veteran dermatologist.
May 2021 and with signs that things are getting back to normal, thoughts turn to fresh starts and new opportunities. Great minds think alike as NutraIngredients rounds up those who have taken the plunge in April.
April 2021 and the COVID-19 saga continues to rumble on with news of an impending third wave throughout Europe. Despite plans to restrict movement, the rules don’t appear to have affected recruitment as NutraIngredients rounds up March’s movers and shakers.
Artificial intelligence, smart warehouses, machine learning — these are just a few of the many emerging technologies that highlight the impact tech has on supply chains. One company says it is utilizing many of these tech tools is contract manufacturer...
Lonza is to sell off two European sites to NextPharma in a deal that gives the contract development and manufacturing firm facilities to work with lipid oral dosage forms for the nutrition and pharma markets.
Krill oil supplier Aker BioMarine has formed a new business unit called AION that is aimed at capturing plastic waste and recycling it into new products such as grocery shopping baskets and food service trays, in what the company calls a ‘circularity...
Food and nutrition appears to have taken a back seat as Europe rests its hopes for 2021 on a raft of vaccines to support immune health. Meanwhile, firms continue to jostle for top talent as NutraIngredients rounds up the moves made for November.
Tackling allergies, improving digestion and aiding immunity are the key pillars for infant nutrition product innovation, says a group of expert panellists from major brand names such as Biostime, Morinaga, and Nuchev.
China consumers are placing more trust in traditional Chinese medicines (TCM), with a declining interest in overseas supplement brands and functional foods with health claims, said a consumer survey funded by the High-Value Nutrition National Science...
As Europe faces imminent lockdown, nutrition and ingredient firms try to keep business operations tickling along with a raft of appointments. Here, NutraIngredients rounds up the moves made for the month of October.
As the industry heads into Autumn, nutrition and ingredient firms look to end an eventful 2020 strongly, with the right people employed in key positions. Here, Nutraingredients rounds up the appointments made for September.
Swisse and Biostime owner Health and Happiness (H&H) Group saw demand for immunity products surge, especially in China, as it announced an 8.9% increase in net profit in the first half of this year, despite seeing revenues in Australia and New Zealand...
Danone China has launched two new products for its Aptamil Essensis 3 range, including an A2 milk and a formula said to contain the highest level of human oligosaccharides (HMOs) across the firm’s entire early life nutrition portfolio.
Regulators from China and importing countries should cooperate to arrest the problem of milk formula not intended for infant consumption being marketed as such in the China market, said an industry observer.
There are three weeks left to submit entries for the 2020 NutraIngredients-Asia Awards and stand a chance to be crowned among the region's brightest and best, and take your place on the roll of honour alongside our victorious companies from 2019.
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.