Mid-summer launches have seen substantial additions to the plant-based category, with supplements to support women’s and cardiovascular health, whilst the consumer demand for novel protein sources continues.
Innovations in iron, beauty, sports nutrition, Australian firms competing to launch the country’s first over the counter cannabidiol (CBD) oral products, as well as infant formula firms’ responses to US shortage are the key trends covered in this round-up.
Glanbia has identified plant-based innovation and new ready-to-consume formats as key areas for sports nutrition product innovation to capture new consumers across its brands, including Optimum Nutrition, Isopure, and Body&Fit.
Givaudan’s flavour business, Givaudan Taste & Wellness, is launching a new tool that leverages artificial intelligence for the ‘next generation’ of product development. “Success comes from combining the output of the tools with the sensitivity and...
India is leading the APAC market with the highest number of new food, drinks and supplements that bear immune system-boosting claims launched in the last five months. Australia and Indonesia ranked second and third.
Carob, baklava, fig and rum and raisin are just a few of the potential Mediterranean flavour trends that could enter the sports nutrition market in 2020 and beyond, according to a new report from taste experts Synergy Flavours.
Blackmores wants to strengthen trade relations, improve public health literacy and drive NPD in China, banking on its position in the China International Import Expo Enterprise Alliance to help achieve this goal.
US-based sports nutrition brand Ripper Nutrition has chosen Asia as its first overseas market, with a long-term plan to diversify its range of products to cover overall health and wellness for all life stages.