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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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People on the move, Winter 2015-16: Sabinsa, CRN, USP, NAXA, Standard Process & more

People on the move, Winter 2015-16: Sabinsa, CRN, USP, NAXA, Standard Process & more

The winter months saw a few new hires and promotions, with notable appointments at Sabinsa, CRN, NAXA, Standard...

Curcumin, synbiotics, omega-3s & garlic: The Top 10 Science of 2015

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From breakthrough studies to controversial hypotheses, it has been a fascinating year for science for dietary supplements....

FOOD VISION USA highlights, DNA diets, Chobani, 3D printing, insects

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GanedenBC30 adds value to a variety of products showcased at Expo East

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