Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline are merging their consumer health units, bringing the two pharma giants’ dietary supplement and over-the-counter brands into what analysts are calling “the world’s largest consumer health company.”
Aspen Pharmacare Holdings Limited, a global pharmaceutical company based in South Africa, has announced today, in conjunction with the announcement of its annual results for the year ended June 30, 2018, that it has concluded an agreement to divest of...
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DSM has appointed Salutivia as UK distributor for its range of vitamins, carotenoids, and essential fatty acids in a deal that plays to Salutivia’s strengths in the supplement and food ingredient markets.
A change to how initiatives that tackle malnutrition are funded is overdue after a paper reveals an additional €19bn ($23.25bn) is needed each year until 2030 to meet Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Chinese investment into Australian health firms, including supplement manufacturers, will continue to grow as the country's healthcare system matures and the population ages, analysts from KPMG are forecasting.
After successfully completing a Series B financing, Microbiome Therapeutics is gearing up for the launch of a ‘microbiome modulator’ product designed to help balance the microbiome and support healthy metabolism.
Ingredient giant DowDuPont announced that it has completed the Health & Nutrition arm of FMC Corporation—other than its omega-3 business—to build on the former’s “sustainable, bio-based food ingredients” market share.
Pfizer announced that it is “reviewing strategic alternatives” for its Consumer Healthcare business, the parent company of many iconic over-the-counter (OTC) brands from dietary supplements to personal care.
Technological advances are having a big impact on the APAC supplement and functional food industry, with the most innovative firms enjoying "a major boon” as more consumers go online for advice and to make purchases.
DSM has placed second on Fortune Magazine’s third annual Change the World list, which this year recognises 56 companies that have had a positive social impact through activities that are part of their core business strategies.