“Growth for probiotics this past year on Amazon was 50%, and it’s pointing still north,” George Paraskevakos, Executive Director of the International Probiotics Association (IPA), tells NutraIngredients-USA.
As a scientist and one of the few female CEOs in the analytical testing industry, Sandra Lee has a passion for chemistry and how it influences multiple aspects of our daily lives. At NJ Labs, she leads the privately owned FDA and DEA inspected facility...
Although the 2018 Farm Bill legalized the use of hemp and its products, it didn’t amend the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act to permit the use of hemp or hemp-derived products in dietary supplements. This lack of oversight has left a gaping hole in the industry,...
Draft bills circulating around Congress to codify mandatory product listings for dietary supplements are progressing, and could be introduced soon, says Steve Mister, president and CEO of the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN).
There are new updates to China’s customs registration, which will affect all food and supplements exports, with clearer information on the corresponding overseas authorities that are in charge of helping companies with their registration process.
Utah-based Grandma’s Herbs, Inc. and its owners, Kevin Parr and Tracey Parr have agreed to a consent decree of permanent injunction to stop distributing unapproved and misbranded drugs and adulterated products.
The recent thick sheaf of notices sent by FTC about paid endorsements is of special concern in the sports nutrition category, where the use of current and ex players, online influencers and affiliates in marketing is a common practice.
The US Federal Trade Commission sent out hundreds of notices yesterday over the use of endorsements it says may violate its rules. Many prominent companies in the dietary supplement industry are on the list.
The Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food and Environment (VKM) says there is insufficient data to recommend a daily intake of the omega-3 oils, Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) for 3-18-year-olds.