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Spice Benefits Reduced-Fat Products

Adding spices and herbs to reduced-fat products can make all of the difference, according to a new study.

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Omega-3 and Heart Health: Supplements Can Save the U.S. at Least $4 Billion in Healthcare Costs

For just pennies a day, omega-3 supplements can save the U.S. economy significantly in cardiovascular-related healthcare costs.


Farmers’ Markets Crack Down on Fraud

Vendors should be held to certain legal requirements—for instance, that farmers selling produce actually grow the produce themselves.


DSM on Omega-3 Downturn: We Have High Confidence in Future Omega-3 Market

As evidence, the company announced plans this week to invest $30 million in its Nova Scotia omega-3 facility.


Ginger Root: The Latest Beauty Ingredient?

Symrise (Holzminden, Germany) is tapping into the latest ingredient trend in beauty: ginger root.


Whole Foods Sued over Greek Yogurt Sugar-Content Claims

In July, Consumer Reports said that the Whole Foods' yogurt actually contains 11.4 g of sugar per serving—far higher than the 2 g claimed.


Greek Yogurt Powder Makes More Products Possible

Already, more types of “non-yogurt” packaged foods—everything from salad dressing to nutrition bars—are harnessing Greek yogurt's appeal.


Curcumin Alleviates Depression Symptoms, New Study Shows

Australian researchers say subjects with atypical depression, a common type of major depression, seemed to benefit even more from the curcumin...


Nutritional Outlook July/August 2014

Which Testing Technologies Are the Most Cost-Efficient for Your Dietary Supplement Company?

Choosing the right testing techniques while still keeping an eye on the bottom line.

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