Pharmachem Laboratories subsidiary American Ingredients Inc is hoping to stand out in the crowded US pomegranate extracts market with a polyphenol-rich organic extract that has been a bit hit in Europe.
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...
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) says there are no safety concerns in consuming various omega-3 forms at up to 5g per day – much higher than typical recommended upper limits that tend to linger around 1g or 1.5g per day – in the short term at...
A recent article in the Chicago Tribune that prompted a wave of negative publicity for the dietary supplements trade unfairly “maligned an industry” according to California-based supplement maker Jarrow Formulas.
Supplement manufacturer Global Health Trax (GHT) claims sales of its new plant based Vitamin D3 supplements — claimed to be the only 100% plant-based D3 products on the North American market - have been ‘brisk’.
Supplement giant GNC - which put its head above the parapet in April to defend DMAA while the rest of the trade kept silent - says it has since “made a very concerted effort to move away from DMAA products in our stores”.
There are serious weaknesses in a system that allows firms to self-affirm the safety of food ingredients without the approval or knowledge of regulators, according to researchers conducting a probe into the nation’s food additives law.
Kre-Alkalyn makers All American Pharmaceutical has disputed a study funded by rival creatine producers AlzChem that claims Kre-Alkalyn supplementation does not increase muscle creatine as much as normal amounts of creatine monohydrate (Crm).