Three entrepreneurs with a head for data and tech have teamed up with a renowned physician to create a business combining detailed data and evidence-based knowledge to offer personalised supplements and nutrition tested on Olympic athletes.
A new force is shaping the dietary supplement market, one that operates largely outside of normal industry channels. The growth of the online sales channel, and brands that operate exclusively in that space, is an increasingly powerful force.
Nuritas’ collaboration with Maastricht University that looks into nutritional solutions to tackle muscle atrophy once again places the firm’s Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered natural peptide network in the spotlight
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Chemicals giant DSM has partnered with Panaceutics, which makes personalized nutritional gels and purees to compete against the personalized packs of pills that dominate supplement subscription services.
NutraIngredients-USA will again honor the best and brightest in ingredients, finished products, companies, people, and initiatives in the nutrition and dietary supplements industry with the second annual NutraIngredients-USA Awards.
DuPont Nutrition & Health and Lonza Consumer Health & Nutrition are to join forces to manufacture and supply human milk oligosaccharide (HMO) in a deal that looks to meet rising demand in a €44bn global infant nutrition sector.
A survey by Trust Transparency Center has found that despite the cool reception the concept of supplementation historically has received from organizations of dietitians, a majority of the practitioners themselves use dietary supplements regularly.