All news articles for July 2020

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New rat study highlights heart benefits of nutrient PQQ

By Danielle Masterson

Myocardial mitochondrial dysfunction is the leading cause of chronic heart failure which affects an estimated 6.5 million Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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NutraIngredients-USA Awards 2020

CRN's Label Wise effort stood out among year's industry initiatives

By Hank Schultz

Making nutrition understandable for everyone is the goal of the Label Wise initiative led by the Council for Responsible Nutrition. That made it a clear choice for this year’s Editors Award for Industry Initiative of the Year.

Comet Bio honored with NutraIngredients-USA Start-Up Award

Comet Bio honored with NutraIngredients-USA Start-Up Award

By Danielle Masterson

The Start-up Award attracted several future major players of the industry and showcased the most innovative entrepreneurs in the nutrition and health market. This category rewards those with new ideas, motivation for change, and commercial success with...

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Uphill battle for CBD companies registering trademarks

By Danielle Masterson


The United States Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) recently issued a precedential decision that would control future rulings on whether a company could register a trademark for a dietary supplement or food containing cannabidiol (CBD).

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FDA unveils 10-year FSMA implementation plan

By Hank Schultz

The US Food and Drug Administration yesterday launched a website portal it calls a ‘blueprint’ for the full implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act. The document lays out a plan for actions over the next decade.

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Bacteria in newborn's stool may indicate risk of obesity

By Nikki Hancocks

The bacteria found in a baby's first stool can predict its likelihood of becoming overweight by the age of three, according to a new prospective, population‐based study, suggesting a child's risk of obesity may to start during pregnancy.

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