Content on Holland and Barrett’s website falls foul of The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) guidelines, which deems the retailer’s choice of product categorisation cannot apply to its food supplement range.
Clinical trials involving diet are severely under-funded and more difficult to complete than drugs studies, say researchers who warn that nutrition studies are prone to bias, are often too small and of too short duration and regularly change outcome...
Europe’s Food Safety Authority (EFSA) rules scientific evidence pointing to a white kidney bean extract’s link with body weight reduction as “insufficient,” after the applicant cites application process inconsistencies.
People with depression or vulnerability to depression should be encouraged to eat plant-based diets with higher levels of grains, fibres and fish, according to new recommendations published by the MyNetGut consortium.
Influencer marketing is still quite novel and yet it's predicted to grow to more than double 2017 figures to become a $6.5bn industry this year (Influencer Marketing Hub) so its important to ensure these promo's are legal and ethical.
Europe’s food supplement sector makes some of the world’s best, but QC issues around stability and blends threaten its standing, with only 10% of finished products bothering to conduct end-product stability testing, according to an industry player.