A US Food and Drug Administration study reveals that a number of the products it tested labeled as ‘bitter orange’ did not meet label claim for synephrine content and more than 10% contained undeclared synthetic ingredients.
Biotech start-up FitBiomics is close to launching a product containing probiotics mined from the most fit and healthy people on the planet: Elite athletes. The company’s co-founder and CEO gave us the inside track on how and why.
BIOMILQ – a startup producing breastmilk by culturing human mammary cells - has raised $3.5m to meet the needs of the four fifths of women who transition to dairy-based formula before the recommended six-month exclusivity period for breastfeeding, but...
Next month NutraIngredients-USA will bring together several experts to reflect on how their respective areas of expertise have adapted to change in recent months and where they anticipate sports nutrition is headed.
Nestlé Health Science has agreed to acquire a majority stake in Chicago-based Vital Proteins, adding the leading collagen brand to its other vitamin, mineral, supplement and wellness brands, including Atrium Innovations, Garden of Life, Pure Encapsulations...
Danone North America has teamed up with Brightseed – a San Francisco-based startup using AI to analyze hundreds of thousands of phytonutrients for potential health benefits – to probe key plant sources to identify “previously unknown health and nutrition...
The standard of nutritional clinical research to substantiate claims for dietary supplements in the US has improved by “tremendously” in recent years, said a diverse panel of experts during the recent NutraIngredients-USA webinar.
Scientists at Duke University have received approval for a randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial of probiotic Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus GG (formerly Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG) in COVID-19 exposed households.
The National Advertising Division has ruled that GSK must stop calling some of its Benefiber prebiotic supplements ‘100% natural.’ It’s a ruling that could be viewed as troublesome for other prebiotic ingredients.
A new stakeholder group has come together to push for quality and transparency in the dietary supplement industry. Called the Dietary Supplement Quality Collaborative (DSQC), the group published a policy paper recently as part of its public debut.