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ADM talks weight management trends for 2022

By Stephen Daniells

Deepening science around prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics is providing formulators innovative new options for weight management products, with the category still front of mind for many consumers.

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Navigating the legal landscape of weight loss supplements

By Danielle Masterson

Over 42% of adults in the US are considered obese—giving weight loss brands easy marketing fodder amid the obesity epidemic. Unfortunately, this category of supplements has a checkered history, and has become labeled as one of FDA's problem children.

Lessons from NutraIngredients-USA's Business Leaders Forum

Lessons from NutraIngredients-USA's Business Leaders Forum

By Stephen Daniells

Ongoing category growth, evolving immunity positioning, reacting to social media, and the long-tail of supply chain issues were just some of the take-aways from our recent Business Leaders Forum, which brought together the CEOs of Pharmavite, NOW, and...

The NutraIngredients-USA Awards are back! Submit your entries!

The NutraIngredients-USA Awards are back! Submit your entries!

By Stephen Daniells

The NutraIngredients-USA Awards are back for 2022 with new two categories but the same commitment to honor the best and brightest in ingredients, finished products, companies, people, and initiatives in the dietary supplements industry.

Survey reveals what millennial women want in wellness

Survey reveals what millennial women want in wellness

By Danielle Masterson

Millennials have surpassed baby boomers as the nation’s largest living adult generation, according to population estimates from the United States Census Bureau. And as the fastest growing demographic in the US, millennials are wielding a lot of purchasing...

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New duckweed protein firm signs development deal

By Hank Schultz

Canadian company Pontus Protein has announced milestones on its path to commercialize a water lentil-derived ingredient as well as the ‘vertical aquaponics’ platform in which it will be grown.

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More fat means less hair, study suggests

By Danielle Masterson

Heart disease, diabetes and sleep apnea are just a few of the conditions associated with unhealthy eating habits. New research suggests we can add hair loss to that list.

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What a Girl Wants, What a Girl Needs

What a Girl Wants, What a Girl Needs

Women have always been a focal demographic for growth trends governing the dietary supplement market. Beyond gatekeeper status to the purchases of her...