Australian regulator the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is advising "extreme caution" when purchasing health supplements online, after discovering cancer-causing contaminants in a Chinese herbal cough product.
Legacy supplement brand Twinlab says it has turned a corner in its manufacturing restructuring while simultaneously rolling out a CBD educational resource as a first step toward a line of phytocannabinoid products.
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.
Indian regulator FSSAI has issued a gazette notification of its amendments to the standards for children's supplements in the Food Safety and Standards (Food Products Standards and Food Additives) Regulations, 2011.
The trade tensions between the US and China have yet to seriously impact the flow or pricing of dietary supplement ingredients, according to experts familiar with the sector. But continued uncertainty has some observers on edge.
By George Paraskevakos, Executive Director, International Probiotics Association (IPA)
As I celebrated three years at IPA in April, I couldn’t help but reflect on the shape the industry has taken. Going from being sparingly mentioned in the press and fast forward to today and it is almost every other week we see probiotics in the headlines....
The health of the world’s soils is becoming a pressing concern for the world’s ecologists. Any company touting its sustainability bona fides ought really to have a soil protection component to its program for that message to be more than mere lip service.
A paper publishing today in Nature posits a new paradigm for measuring the carbon capture potential of land uses. Deciding whether a plot is best used for supporting a forest or if agriculture is a more appropriate use requires this baseline calculation,...