The federal government shutdown has thrown a wrench into the works of the Food and Drug Administration. While food safety might not have been compromised, many of the agency’s more routine assignments are on hold and it may take months to catch up.
By Stephen Daniells, Hank Schultz and Adi Menayang
The year is new and many people are getting out their crystal balls. NutraIngredients-USA is no different, and here are five of our Top 10 big issues that will impact the dietary supplements industry in 2019.
While the Farm Bill has removed industrial hemp from Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act, the use of CBD as an ingredient has many more hurdles to overcome especially with the FDA, according to attorney Todd A. Harrison.
Much has been made of potential benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) for the discovery and development of new products and ever-growing interest in personalisation. However, AI has other benefits, says Cédric Bourges, founder and CEO of Nutraveris...
The confused picture on New Dietary Ingredients became a bit clearer this week when FDA updated the public docket on filings and said it does not expect there to be a significant change in how many companies are choosing to go through the process.
A new research partnership between Canadian CRO Nutrasource and a Florida medical clinic will aid the formulators of CBD products by providing baseline data that at the moment is lacking, an executive said.
Long-awaited guidance from the FDA spelling out which isolated or synthetic non-digestible carbohydrates it believes should be classified as ‘dietary fiber’ on the Nutrition Facts panel brings to an end a period of extended uncertainty for companies supplying...
A recent sharp drop in the number of NDI Notifications filed with FDA has industry stakeholders scratching their heads and serves to shine a spotlight on the continuing uncertainty surrounding the present system for bringing new ingredients to market.