By the end of 2019, 98% of food and beverage products will have adopted a standardized version of date labeling – ‘Best If Used By' – with complete adoption anticipated by January 2020, predict the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) and the...
A new SNAP Vitamin and Mineral Improvement Act was introduced in both the Senate and House this week, reviving the cause after language from a similar act was dropped in the Farm Bill that passed last year.
British company Spoon Guru, which uses artificial intelligence to help retailers offer consumers a personalized nutrition shopping experience, has announced Walmart-owned Jet.com as its first US partner.
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.
HealthKart — India's largest omni-channel nutrition platform — is planning further offline expansion and a more extensive in-house range of supplements, supported by a fresh round of financing to the tune of US$25m.
In the end, the only thing the dietary supplement industry has to sell is trust. While that trust may be enough for it to weather the stress an intensified trade war may impose, it is no cause for the industry to rest on its laurels.