The guilty verdict handed down this week in the 5-hour Energy product counterfeiting case is a milestone within the nutritional products sphere that could serve an important deterrent function, said a lawyer serving the plaintiff.
We’ve had a few notable hires and promotions this Fall, with new hires at Nutrition 21, IPA, Nellson, BrandHive, Linnea, HORN & Christie & Co, transitions at USANA, while Aker’s young leadership is recognized in Norway, and news about CRN’s Steve Mister.
The use of dietary supplements by US Army personnel is on the rise, with protein and combination products leading the way, says a new analysis.
Older men supplemented with a blend of soy and dairy proteins experienced similar responses in muscle synthesis as those supplemented with whey protein isolate, according to a new study.
A new report published by New Nutrition Business names 'Personalization' as one of the key nutrition and health trends for next year.
Think anti-GMO sentiment is primarily the preserve of white college educated liberals? Think again, says Pew Research Center, which has just conducted a consumer survey suggesting that attitudes on GMOs, organics, and other food issues are “conspicuously not political."
The success of chia and quinoa has opened the door for other less-known ancient grains, but one South African company exporting teff is wary of a boom and bust effect.