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July in pictures: Jack3d Micro, algae’s promise, chia and decocainized coca leaf extracts ...

By Elaine WATSON , 31-Jul-2012
Last updated on 31-Jul-2012 at 15:03 GMT2012-07-31T15:03:13Z

With Sen. Durbin on the warpath over cGMPs and yet more DMAA controversy, the supplements trade hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons in July. However, there were also exciting commercial developments in algae, chia, coca leaf extracts and olive oil plus some thought-provoking research on vitamin C, wild blueberries and fish oil.

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Trendwatching at IFT 2015: Botanicals, tiger nuts, matcha, non-GMO

Trendwatching at IFT 2015: From on-trend botanicals, tiger nuts, and matcha to non-GMO claims

Market researchers Innova Market Insights and Mintel shared new data on what’s hot and what’s not in...

IFT highlights: 3D printing, burgers (minus the beef), edible insects

IFT 2015 highlights: 3D printing...the killer app; lab burgers... for less than $300k, and meals with meal worms

Check out our gallery of highlights from the 2015 Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) annual meeting &...

Aker, Beneo, Kyowa, BI, Lallemand: People on the move

Aker, Beneo, Kyowa, BI, Lallemand: People on the move

Lots of new hires and promotions recently, with notable appointments at Aker Biomarine, Beneo, Kyowa Hakko, BI...

CRN members defend supplement industry’s reputation on Capitol Hill

CRN members defend the supplement industry’s reputation on Capitol Hill

Members of the dietary supplement industry gathered in Washington, D.C., June 17 as part of the Council...

The key market data and ingredients in the immune health sector

The key market data and ingredients in the immune health sector

Immune supplement sales were valued at an impressive $2.3 billion in 2013 (Nutrition Business Journal), and in...

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