The Vitamin Shoppe announced a new CEO on Monday, and The Nature’s Bounty Co. announced a new president for its North America business earlier this month. Here’s a round-up of people on the move in the industry:
When it comes to online shopping, dietary supplements join the likes of personal care products like razors and oral care, where consumers are more likely to hit ‘subscribe,’ according to an analyst from market research firm Mintel.
Natural Grocers posted a strong earnings report in its most recent quarter. The company seems to be forging a more balanced growth strategy, one that is not so dependent on the breakneck pace of new store openings as was the case in the past.
Some industry observers are starting to question how many of the thousands of supplements sold on Amazon and other high volume online platforms comply with adverse event reporting requirements and other rules pertaining to the sales of these products.
An unsettled national political environment is one rife with opportunity. That’s one reason the Natural Products Association has cited for the strong turnout anticipated for its lobby day, which is set for mid-April.
The vast potential for supplements, functional foods and high-value nutritional products in Southeast Asia has been underlined by a new report, which highlights them as "sunrise industries" — namely, ones that are tipped to achieve considerable...
NutraIngredients-USA traveled to Boise, Idaho to the HQ of BodyBuilding to catch up with its (relatively new) CEO, Jas Krdzalic to talk about a wide variety of topics. In Part 2 we cover e-commerce, from the company’s best-selling products to the challenge...
We know about tapping phone screens to reorder a product. What about tapping a product with our phone? Partnering with Norwegian tech firm Thinfilm, sports nutrition maker Iovate is betting on the platform.
Activist investor Bill Ackman has reportedly exited his short position on Herbalife, ending a high profile, multi-year attempt to drive down the company’s stock price with allegations that its business model constituted an illegal pyramid scheme.
Following on from the success of last year's survey, NutraIngredients-USA is running another 'state of the industry' survey to gauge views about the current state of the dietary supplements and the business landscape in 2018.
Natural Grocers’ stock price plunged more than 25% yesterday after the company missed profit projections in its most recent earnings statement. The stock price decline came despite an uptick in revenue.
Carrying on from Part 1 yesterday, we round out our predictions for the US dietary supplements industry in 2018, including CBD, transparency, personalized nutrition, Amazon, the food-supplement interface, and Congress.
In an effort to maintain product knowledge standards among employees in its 9,000+ retail, franchise, and distribution locations, GNC has partnered with software company ePath Leaning Inc. to train its employees.
From entrepreneurs pioneering new farming methods and food technologies, to big brands adjusting to the changing landscape, FOOD VISION USA 2017 brought together a wide cross-section of industry players to explore how the industry is facing the challenges...
In an effort to gain more out of its new online subscription service, The Vitamin Shoppe has announced a partnership with platform provider OrderGroove to increase customer enrolment points, and streamline data between brick-and-mortar and online channels.
The third quarter of GNC saw same store sales up by 1.3% as well as “continued strong growth” in its new Amazon Storefront, according to company executives—but revenue was down 2.9% at $609.5 million compared to the same quarter last year.
There was a time when sports drinks at convenience stores meant electrolyte drinks like Gatorade… and that was about it. Soon, products from specialty sports nutrition staples like Optimum Nutrition, BSN, and Isopure will also be available at convenience...
As the immediate shock of the Amazon Whole Foods deal wears off, and spooked retailers are reassured that just 1% of US food and beverage retail sales are generated online,* they would be wise to remember that not all growth curves are linear, says Hartman...
Keeping up with the age of automation, brick-and-mortar retailer The Vitamin Shoppe launched Spark Auto Delivery, a service in which consumers can subscribe to products to be shipped to their doorsteps every month.