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UK Gov considers bold new nutraceutical laws

By Nikki Hancocks

The UK's Government has published a report of proposals which aim to attract significant investment and boost innovation in the nutraceutical sector post-Brexit.

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Sabinsa sues former employee for data theft

By Shane Starling

Multinational botanicals giant Sabinsa is suing a former employee and the MD of the firm with whom he allegedly shared stolen customer lists, technical and other data.

Creatine health claim should be removed from positive list

Creatine health claim should be removed from positive list

The positive health claim for creatine and sports performance that was one of 222 that passed to the European parliament for writing into European law, should be put on ice, because it is confounded by conditions of use (CoU), a UK consultant has said.

Free speech argument a

Dispatches from the NI Health Claims 2010 conference

Free speech argument a "possible avenue": UK lawyer

By Stephen Daniells

Making claims based on non-conclusive but still substantial science is a "possible avenue" since denying a 'maybe' claim may challenge free speech rights, says a UK lawyer.

Metabolife court case proceeds

Metabolife court case proceeds

An alleged attempt by US-based dietary supplement manufacturer
Metabolife to prevent scientific experts giving evidence against
its weight loss products has been dismissed by a US judge,
according to lawyers acting for the plaintiffs.

GM protesters freed

GM protesters freed

British protesters won a High Court challenge on Tuesday that
public order laws cannot be used against campaigners who damage or
destroy genetically modified (GM) crops.

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