Dietary Supplements

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Shark Tank winner Loliware & DSM cooperate to make edible vitamin cups

By Adi Menayang

A new product prototype, called Lolivita, debuted at the IFT show in Chicago last month. Behind its conception, co-founder Chelsea Briganti imagined what it would be like “if your actual container had a functional benefit,” she told NutraIngredients-USA.

Mitragyna speciosa, commonly known as kratom. Image © iStock / frank600

US Marshals seize $150,000 of kratom

By Stephen Daniells

US Marshals Service have seized over 100 cases of products labeled as containing kratom in California, the US Food and Drug Administration has announced.

AMA warns members about rise of nootropics

AMA warns members about rise of nootropics

By Hank Schultz

A new policy by the American Medical Association on nootropics once again highlights the blurred edges of what can legitimately be called a ‘dietary supplement.’

Subpar rosaceae-derived supplements abundant, USDA researcher says

Subpar rosaceae-derived supplements abundant, USDA researcher says

By Adi Menayang

According to a new study published in the NFS Journal and funded by the USDA Agriculture Research Service, eight of the 33 dietary supplements derived from Rosaceae fruits had no detectable anthocynins or were adulterated with anthocyanins from unlabelled...

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