The NutraIngredients Awards is set to celebrate the best of the nutrition and dietary supplements industry as it returns to Geneva for its fifth year alongside Vitafoods Europe 2019 next May. Which of our 12 categories will you be applying for?
The shift from a ‘diagnose and treat’ mind-set to a ‘predict and prevent’ approach is making rapid gains in the food and nutrition industry as consumers look to innovation to make better dietary and nutritional decisions.
“Self care” is the big theme in health and wellness for 2019, according to the global idea-sharing app Pinterest, with eating trends that show scientific research is capturing the interest of the masses.
As we boldly begin our march into 2019, it’s time for the NutraIngredients editors to get out our crystal balls and predict the hottest trends in the European health and wellness space for the year ahead. What’s in store for 2019?
A European trademark to identify sports nutrition products belonging to members of the European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA) has been approved by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
The popularity of sports and personalised nutrition at this year’s HiE has threatened to overshadow more established product sectors, which innovation-wise, has not quite captured consumer imagination.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the microbiota have been identified as opportunities for the private sector to offer affordable nutrition to lower-income consumers, who are at a higher risk of malnutrition.
The importance of digital technology and machine learning as a means to provide precise, tailored nutrition took centre-stage at Probiota Asia 2018, as Danone revealed some of the pioneering research it is undertaking in Singapore.
Despite the progress made in personalised nutrition (PN) and the development of services offered to the consumer, the sector is still considered in its infancy with a number of issues, primarily privacy and regulatory, which need to be clarified in order...
Data from 1,033 generally healthy individuals using InsideTracker shows that the automated, web-based personalized nutrition platform is capable of normalizing serum biomarker levels in healthy subjects.
Singapore-based e-commerce portal Fitlion has become the official nutrition partner of English Premier League club Burnley FC, in a deal that will focus heavily on a personalised approach for each player.
There are just two weeks to go until the region’s leading probiotic and microbiome event, Probiota Asia, gets underway in Singapore, with a stellar line-up of speakers from the likes of Blackmores, Danone, Herbalife and Life-Space set to take to the stage.
A mathematician and an engineer bootstrapped a nutrition-tech company about seven years ago. Their goal was to create a platform that documents the diverse ways human bodies extract nutrition from food.
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While the sports nutrition market appears to be booming, it is important to keep reality in check. In our first ever sports nutrition survey we ask how market forces, regulations, and innovation are impacting the market. There's just three days left...
How I did it—or ‘Hiddit’—is the Belgian startup that counts double Ironman world champion Luc Van Lierde on board a venture that has a triathlete’s nutritional needs in mind, both in formulation and ease of use.
NutraIngredients is on the hunt for entrepreneurial start-ups to join our session on innovation and pitch their company and ideas to a room full of top experts at this year's Sports Nutrition Congress in Brussels this September. Do you have what...
UK personalised nutrition firms Kafoodle, OME Health and Best in Bag are named as shortlisted finalists in John Lewis’ retail tech innovation programme, which this year followed a health and wellbeing theme.
China's omega-3 market appears to be at a tipping point, with slowly rising consumer awareness being buoyed by both the ingredient's sports nutrition potential and growing opportunities for personalised nutrition.
BASF's human nutrition brand Newtrition has gained exclusive distribution rights to market Aussie consumer healthcare firm Xerion's omega-3 test kits, thanks to a new three-year agreement between the two companies.
Agricultural commodities giant Archer Daniels Midland Co. has expanded its reach into the microbiome space with the acquisition of UK-based manufacturer Probiotics International Ltd. in a cash deal worth $243.5 million (£185 million).
The promise of personalised nutrition has been cooled somewhat by the issues surrounding the use of sensitive personal health data, given by the consumer in order to utilise personalised nutrition services.