There is good news in the impending* Farm Bill for industrial hemp – which will be removed from Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act - but this does not suddenly make the on-trend ingredient CBD (cannabidiol) legal in foods, beverages and supplements,...
A black cumin seed extract marketed by Sabinsa performed best in a head to head comparison of extracts in an in vivo study looking at the effects of this botanical on inflammatory processes related to asthma.
One player in the cannabinoid product space is seeking to differentiate itself based on its ‘compliance.’ An official at BBB Labs, based in Boulder, CO, uses this term to refer to the company’s GMP compliant manufacturing operation.
It’s a global industry and there’s a lot happening. We know it’s not always easy keeping up with everything that’s happening around the world that could impact the US dietary supplements industry. The answer? Our weekly round-up of key news from across...
The Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses will continue to explore work on harmonized probiotic guidelines despite opposition from some delegations and industry trade associations.
UK beverage brand DRGN (pronounced 'dragon') has set its sights on APAC with its new functional soft drink, which combines ingredients originating from and popular in Asia to target consumers in the region.
Can the dietary supplement industry make a difference in the global climate debate? The industry’s footprint is tiny, but experts say it can still make a valuable contribution toward a more livable planet.
The American Herbal Pharmacopoeia has released a new monograph on oshá, or bear root, a wildcrafted herb of the American west. The publication is the latest in a series that AHP has been producing for a number of years.