Swedish probiotics firm BioGaia has taken over the marketing of its
Reuteri bacteria to the international dairy industry, formerly
managed by Denmark's Chr. Hansen, allowing it to boost revenue from
new dairy customers. It has...
If nothing else, the opening decade of the 21st century will go
down in the annals of time as the period the world went to war over
GMOs. When it comes to genetically modified organisms, passions run
deep and the path to reconciling...
US researchers are investigating whether calcium intake, previously
linked to lower weight in girls, could help prevent women from
gaining too much weight when pregnant. They hope to better
understand the link between the mineral...
Different brands of the same herbal products available to US
consumers may vary substantially in recommended dose and listed
ingredients, researchers report in a new study, which appears to
suggest that doctors can do little to assess...
A group of senators yesterday introduced a resolution urging the
FDA to immediately remove all ephedra-containing supplements from
the market. Industry continues to encourage a decision taken on the
science and not the politics.
Sales for speciality ingredients set first quarter results soaring
for US company MGP Ingredients, offsetting a downturn in figures
for commodity ingredients and in the face of higher energy and raw
Sales have continued to slide at German chemicals firm Degussa
during 2003 and lower volumes continue to drag down food
ingredients business. A one-off charge to restructure the fine
chemcials unit impacts profits.
SCOLR's controlled release drug delivery technology has been
incorporated into six more nutritional supplements, including
12-hour vitamin C, 12-hour glucosamine/chondroitin/MSM and 8-hour
caffeine. The products could reach the...
Californian supplement manufacturer Source Naturals is promoting an
improved version of its phosphatidyl serine (PS) soft gels, with
the claim that the product contains the most shelf-stable PS