The recipients of the American Botanical Council's (ABC) 8th Annual Celebration and Awards Ceremony stepped into the spotlights in Anaheim, California recently to collect their awards. Here's our gallery of all the worthy recipients.
Business consolidation, battling stalling economies and the belated activation of the dreaded (by most) EU health claims register – these are just a few issues that have defined the 2012 EU nutra space.
From the scientific controversy around DMAA to a major resveratrol research fraud scandal, plus all the latest developments in gut health, omega-3 and vitamin science; 2012 has been an eventful year for research in the health and nutrition arena.
As the last grains of sand slip out of the 2012 hourglass, NutraIngredients-USA looks back on an action packed year. From the Dr Oz effect to GMPs, and from Dateline NBC to the Chicago Tribune, there have been plenty of talking points.
As 2012 comes to a close, NutraIngredients-USA looks back on an action packed year. In the second of our series of galleries capturing the year’s main events, we take a look at the regulatory issues that made the headlines.
As 2012 comes to a close, NutraIngredients-USA looks back on an action packed year. In the first of our series of galleries capturing the year’s main events, we take a look at the science that made the headlines.
BASF on Friday invited the Scottish First Minister, Alex Salmond, to officially open its newly acquired and now expanded high concentration omega-3 facility on the Isle of Lewis in the Hebrides, west Scotland.
There was a lot of good news in October! NutraIngredients-USA looks back at an important month for the dietary supplements industry, which included the proposed acquisition of Schiff by Bayer, another attempt by Sen Durbin to stop energy drinks, and that multivitamin...
It’s been an eventful month! NutraIngredients-USA looks back at an important month for the dietary supplements industry, which included Congresses wishing vitamins a happy birthday, that ‘flawed’ omega-3 analysis, and news that supplement sales are up!
It’s a factory Jim, but it sure doesn’t look like one. It’s also housed on one of the prettiest places on earth, which by happy coincidence provides near-perfect growing conditions for the microalgae needed to manufacture one of the hottest nutraceuticals...
With Sen. Durbin on the warpath over cGMPs and yet more DMAA controversy, the supplements trade hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons in July. However, there were also exciting commercial developments in algae, chia, coca leaf extracts and olive...