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Low cal sports nutrition products are big stevia opportunity, Cargill says

The exploding sports nutrition market offers significant opportunity for alternative sweeteners taking stevia and erythritol beyond their applications as food ingredients, said Cargill experts.

Major product liability insurance provider exits dietary supplements business

A major product liability provider is exiting the dietary supplement field, but observers of insurance trends said it’s unlikely to have big impact on insurance rates or availability.

Digesting science: Six ideas about prebiotics

Post-menopausal bone health, metagenomics and mimicking breast milk were among our top six ideas on prebiotics discussed at this year's Probiota in Amsterdam. 

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New AHPA webpage answers FAQs about Prop 65 Warnings

In an effort to help consumers understand Prop 65 warnings on product labels, and what that warnings really mean, the American Herbal Products Association has launched a new webpage to...

GOED EXCHANGE 2016

Omega-3s suffering from believability gap, GOED's Ismail tell attendees

The omega-3 sector is in the midst of a believability crisis, GOED executive director told conference attendees last week in the Canary Islands.

GOED EXCHANGE 2016

Traceability, a big topic at recent GOED Exchange meeting, to be covered in impending online Transparency Forum

Traceability and verifiability were big topics at the GOED Exchange meeting that took place last week in the Canary Islands. These topics will be addressed in an online forum later...

NPA sues 10 current and former board members who allegedly sought to ‘undermine’ organization

The Natural Products Association has filed suit against 10 current and former board members whom it said had sought to “undermine the organization’s ability to do its work” by cooperating...

Industry must engage AGs early to reduce litigation risk, experts advise

Proactively educating attorneys general and candidates running for the position about the positive attributes and contributions of dietary supplements could help industry stay out of their litigation cross-hairs in the...

Kuli Kuli expands portfolio, mission with energy shot launch

Moringa superfood product manufacturer Kuli Kuli expands it portfolio and the reach of its social mission with the launch of three energy shots, thanks to an infusion of $1 million...

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NIFA grants to fund research projects

More than $30m in grants will be awarded to fund 80 projects in areas including food safety, through USDA's Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI).

NSF strengthens food safety services in EMEA

NSF International is to acquire Euro Consultants Group (ECG) to strengthen its food safety services in the EMEA market.

RSPO to crack down on ‘palm oil free’ labels

The Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) will crack down on member companies claiming to have removed palm oil for environmental reasons.

NBTY sells Vitamin World to Centre Lane Partners

To focus on its portfolio of products, NBTY sells its retail component Vitamin World to Centre Lane Partners.

New consumer campaign encourages vitamin D testing to identify deficiency, advance research

A consumer education campaign launched by the Organic and Natural Health Association earlier this year will encourage consumers to test their vitamin D levels to identify supplementation needs while simultaneously...

Could consumers see GM as an eco-friendly food choice?

Swedish researchers have suggested that food labelled both GM and eco-friendly may become commonplace in the future - but is this an idea consumers will buy into?

GOED EXCHANGE 2016

'Noisy,' 'anxious' language dilutes message of omega-3s, analysts say

Omega-3s messages are “noisy” and “anxious” according to consumer insights shared during the GOED Exchange meeting taking place this week in Tenerife, Spain.

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ADM to buy controlling stake in Harvest Innovations: 'Consumers are looking for non-GMO, organic, and minimally processed foods'

ADM has boosted its presence in the market for organic, non-GMO, gluten-free and 'minimally processed' foods and ingredients after striking a deal to buy a controlling stake in Iowa-based Harvest...

Probiota day 1: Tweet by tweet

This year our event Probiota kicked off with the workshop 'Prebiotics – a return to true science'. Experts in the field gathered to cut loose from complex regulation and commercial...

Natural Grocers' education efforts boost supplement sales amid tepid first quarter

Dietary supplements retailer Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage said it has seen strong sales growth in supplements driven by its in-store education efforts. 

New ISO standard for flow cytometry with probiotics

Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, present in yogurt and other dairy products, are used as probiotics, or “friendly bacteria,” to maintain a healthy digestive tract.

Fabricant, NPA sued by former CFO

The Natural Products Association has said it will "vigorously defend" itself and is "confident [it] will prevail" in a lawsuit filed by former CFO Brent Weickert against the organization and its executive director Dr Daniel Fabricant, PhD....

Gilad & Gilad defends usage patent for agmatine in nerve health

Gilad & Gilad, formulators of a neuroprotective dietary supplement, have defended their patent on the usage of agmatine in a settlement with an alleged infringer.

IPA challenges article's assertion that science behind probiotics is 'shaky'

A recent online article that labeled the science backing probiotics as “shaky” was criticized by the International Proibiotics Association as lacking context and a basic understanding of the industry and...

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CRN adds 7 members, pushing organization to 'new record' size

The Council for Responsible Nutrition has announced the addition of seven new members.  The additions push membership to “new record levels,” according to the organization.

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More consumers seek out products with ‘natural’ label, whatever it means

A survey conducted last month revealed that 62% of Americans buy products labelled “natural,” thinking they are buying something they are not.

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