Nutritional Outlook: The manufacturer’s resource for dietary supplements & healthy foods and beverages
Clean-label, better-for-you options are taking over the soft drinks space.
The fifth bulletin from the Botanical Adulterants Program explores both accidental and intentional adulteration of black cohosh supplements.
Unlike humans, most mammals produce their own vitamin C. Our primate ancestors lost the ability to synthesize vitamin C more than 45 million years ago.
SPINS and IRI launch a new tool designed to bring the depth of consumer insight pioneered in conventional-channel analysis to natural-channel data.
The new study suggested BioPerine, a black pepper extract, may enhance the bioavailability of resveratrol in humans when combined with regular exercise training.
Goldenseal’s relatively high price makes it a prime target for adulteration from species including Japanese goldthread, Oregon grape, barberry, yellow dock, and more.
The bill would have required supplement manufacturers and retailers operating in Puerto Rico pay higher fees and submit additional product information.
Market researcher Euromonitor International took a look at how “Brexit” could negatively affect the consumer packaged foods industry.