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pTeroPure is the flagship ingredient in ChromaDex's new BluScience branded supplement range

ChromaDex: pTeroPure poised to deliver in 2012

By Elaine Watson

PTeroPure maker ChromaDex has posted a 7% rise in revenues to $8.1m in the fiscal year ending December 31, 2011, but notched up a net loss of $7.9m compared with a net loss of $2.1m in 2010.

Nature's Sunshine Products recently appointed Herbalife executive D. Wynne Roberts as president and chief operating officer

Back to black for Nature’s Sunshine Products in Q4

By Elaine Watson

Utah-based direct selling supplements firm Nature's Sunshine Products (NSP) moved back into the black in the fourth quarter of 2011 posting a net profit on continuing operations of $7.6m vs a net loss of $0.4m a year ago.

Judge considers appeal request in Chinese vitamin C cartel case

Special edition: Vitamins

Judge considers appeal request in Chinese vitamin C cartel case

By Elaine Watson

The judge presiding over a high-profile case brought by US vitamin buyers against Chinese firms accused of fixing the price of vitamin C is considering a series of motions filed by the defendants, who claim they were compelled to act as a cartel by the...

Haakonsen: 'I am a true believer in the food market for omega-3'

Interview: Jan Haakonsen, ArcticSource1

ArcticSource1: Fish oil prices will inch up by 5% a year

By Elaine Watson

Fish oil prices will continue to inch up by around 5% a year, according to one omega-3 industry veteran who has just set up a new business selling marine ingredients from the Nordic region to the US.

Dairy prices to soften, says Glanbia

Dairy prices to soften, says Glanbia

By Helen Glaberson

A modest weakening in dairy prices is expected, forecast Glanbia, as the company posted a profit jump in its half year results.

Walsh: Tremendous opportunity for further growth in US market

Herbalife to expand manufacturing footprint

By Elaine Watson

Direct selling supplements giant Herbalife aims to expand its manufacturing footprint dramatically over the next two-to-four years as it steps up plans to make more of its products in-house.

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