A joint venture between ingredient suppliers Cargill and PURIS announced today will allow for the significant expansion of pea protein production at a time when more consumers are looking for plant-based options that deliver health benefits, are sustainable...
The botanicals sector has driven much of the innovation in the dietary supplement industry over the years. It’s also a point of risk, with regulators, lawmakers and media commentators voicing suspicions about this class of products
Supplement marketer Tomorrow’s Nutrition has announced Non-GMO Project Verified status for its Sunfiber prebiotic supplement, a certification the company says was made possible only though vigorous support from the supplier, Taiyo.
Transparency. Traceability. These are the watchwords of the market these days, and branded ingredient supplier PLT Health Solutions is trying to take this bull by the horns with a new program called PLT 360.
Network marketing giant Herbalife has made a high-profile addition to its management team with the hiring of Alan L Hoffman in the newly established role of executive vice president of global corporate affairs.
Sabinsa’s founder say a need to educate the marketplace on the science behind the ingredients that the company sells. What began as individual talks by Dr Muhammed Majeed has morphed into a multifaceted roadshow providing information not only on the...
Rainbow Light, a leading supplement manufacturer, has shuffled its executive team in a move to revamp how it goes to market. The company has appointed a new vice president of marketing and a new vice president of sales as it moves into a single-distributor...
Industry veteran Frank Lampe has joined the United Natural Products Alliance (UNPA) as vice president of communications and industry relations to help the organization realize its expanded mission and membership objectives.
New Hope Natural Media’s decision to suspend the NPA MarketPlace show for 2013 is symptomatic of changes in the trade show industry across all markets since the financial collapse of 2008, said Fred Linder, president of New Hope.
The US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has been methodically buying dietary supplements from vendors and websites like amazon.com and will produce a list of branded products that contain banned substances by the end of the summer.
Bravo! Foods, a manufacturer of vitamin-fortified flavoured milks,
issued an upbeat message with its second quarter results,
attributing its up-turn in fortunes to the launch of new brands,
which the company believes have left it...