The Coronavirus pandemic was a wakeup call for many, highlighting how conventional medicine may not have immediate solutions. This is driving consumers to look for alternative solutions, but not everyone is convinced dietary supplements are the answer....
Within this global health and economic crisis lies opportunity for supplements offering great value for money but companies must act now to flourish, according to a recent webinar from private label supplement developer PharmaLinea Ltd.
A forward-thinking approach to infant formula is required to properly benefit both industry and consumers in Asia-Pacific's diverse markets, and must be supported by extensive research and strong co-operation with regulators.
Dairy and nutritional ingredients firm Glanbia has confirmed two strategic acquisitions that will enhance its performance nutrition division by bringing a greater focus on plant-based foods and direct-to-consumer sales.
Does P-Fit, the personalised protein service launched last month, have the potential to 'disrupt' the category, as one protein expert suggests, or will it settle quietly into a humble but high value niche? NutraIngredients seeks views from the...
Arla Foods used to be a Danish dairy with a Scandinavian bent. Now it is global-facing, upping its R&D spend and obsessed with finding out what consumers want, rather than delivering products it thinks they want.
One year on from the $3.1 billion acquisition of Cognis, Samy Jandali, VP of nutrition and health North America for BASF, told Stephen Daniells why he is impressed with the progress of the integration and why we can expect more M&A in the nutrition...
The director of the high-dose supplements lobby group and consumer advocate, Consumers for Health Choice, Sue Croft, has been recognised for decades of hard work by being awarded the Natural Products Outstanding Achievement Award.
Consumer demand - the holy grail of any industry - is a fragile and
easily manipulated treasure. But influencing consumers for
anything other than their own benefit will, more often than not,
carry unintended consequences.