Can the dietary supplement industry make a difference in the global climate debate? The industry’s footprint is tiny, but experts say it can still make a valuable contribution toward a more livable planet.
Herbalife’s global sales rose 15% in the third quarter. Record sales in China and the rest of Asia helped drive the result, and the company bucked recent trends in the multi-level marketing sector by posting sales increases in North America as well.
Protein beverage newcomer Foundation Fitness is making its debut at a major convenience store trade show next week, signaling the channel’s increasing role as a point of sale for sports and performance-positioned products.
Prostate health is an often neglected area of men’s health, one that could drive significant growth in the future sales of herbal supplements as questions of healthy aging come to the fore, a prominent industry executive says.
In many countries, supplement brands like to market themselves as natural alternatives, or in fact antitheses, to pharmaceuticals. But it’s quite the opposite in Brazil, says André Di Donato, co-founder and co-CEO of MyPharma2Go.
Improvements in financial performance is a sign that its “strategy is directionally correct,” said Vitamin Shoppe president and interim-CEO Alexander Smith during the company’s Q2 earnings call this week.
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.