All news articles for June 2022

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Parliamentary group divided on proposals for new CBD approval system

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Proposals to overhaul the UK Cannabidiol (CBD) approval system has led to tension among some members of the Secretariat Advisory Board (SAB) of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) that liaises with government to inform industry policies.

Ingestible beauty takeover: upcoming webinar

Ingestible beauty takeover: upcoming webinar

By Danielle Masterson

Post-Covid, consumers are increasingly engaging in beauty routines involving the use of cosmeceuticals. In a webinar slated for July 21, NutraIngredients-USA and CosmeticsDesign will dig into science, innovations, ingredients as well as product design...

Dr Rob Wildman on NDI submissions, implementing MPL

Dr Rob Wildman on NDI submissions, implementing MPL

By Danielle Masterson

This year’s International Society of Sports Nutrition Annual Conference & Expo marked its 19th year promoting the science and application of evidence-based sports nutrition and supplementation. NutraIngredients-USA was there to hear about the latest...

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New survey provides snapshot of menopause experience

By Danielle Masterson

With more than one billion women expected to have entered menopause worldwide by 2025, Bonafide is highlighting the need to increase education on preparing, managing, and addressing solutions for menopause symptoms.

NutraCast: SPINS on VMS inflation powered by Amazon data

NutraCast: SPINS on VMS inflation powered by Amazon data

By Danielle Masterson

Between worker shortages, plant shutdowns, trucking issues, backups at the ports, supply chains are pinched and prices are growing. Every industry is feeling the inflation burn – and the health and wellness sector is no exception. According to SPINS,...

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AHPA withdraws objections to California weight loss bill

By Stephen Daniells

Recent amendments to a California bill that seeks to place restrictions on the sale of some weight management supplements to minors removed retail access restrictions and clarifies definitions, leading one trade association to remove its objections.

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Childhood stunting costs billions in lost productivity each year

By Shane Starling

Childhood stunting costs low-to-middle income countries (LMICs) up to 1.2% of their annual gross domestic product (GDP), and could be cheaply remedied via nutritional shifts, according to research published in Lancet e-Clinical Medicine.

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