The fever pitch of the US-China trade war could turn up the heat on the adulteration issue within the dietary supplement industry. But one prominent expert says the issue must be viewed in a wider context.
A new study by scientists from California-based Evolve Biosystems has found that feeding babies B. infantis EVC001 along with breast milk may lower the levels of antibiotic resistance genes in the infant gut microbiome by 90 percent.
Medical Marijuana Inc, despite its name one of the early players in the hemp/CBD supplement field, has announced sales increases topping 30% and a move to develop products based on additional cannabinoids.
Cargill has invested an additional $75m in North American pea protein producer, PURIS, which will double production of its proprietary pea proteins, starches, and fibers for the food and beverage industry.
Illinois-based Van Drunen Farms has acquired a majority stake in Santiago, Chile-headquartered SouthAm Freeze Dry, allowing for further integration of South and Central America into the Van Drunen Farms/FutureCeuticals supply chain.
Italy’s Ministry of Health updates rules governing the use of plant preparations and extracts originating from the Curcuma genus in response to a hepatitis outbreak linked to curcumin-based supplements.