The American Botanical Council (ABC; Austin, TX), as part of the ABC-AHP-NCNPR Botanical Adulterants Program (BAPP), recently released a proposed “Best Practices SOP for the Disposal/Destruction of Irreparably Defective Articles.” The sta
Not only do 75% of Americans take supplements, but 87% of U.S. adults have overall confidence in the safety, quality, and effectiveness of dietary supplement products, the survey found.
The ingredient is called Okralin and works by binding fat, the company says.
Glanbia plc has agreed to acquire SlimFast and other brands from Kainos Capital (Dallas, TX), the parent company of KSF Holdings LLP and SlimFast sister company HNS Intermediate Corporation, for $350 million.
Nasal microbiota may have an influence on immune response, inflammation, viral load, and cold symptoms according to a new study.
Supplementation with a full-spectrum palm tocotrienol complex may slow the progression of diabetic kidney disease in those with type 2 diabetes, a new study published in Nutrients found.
Minerals supplier Jost Chemical Co. (St. Louis, MO) has begun construction on a 4,600-square-meter manufacturing facility in Kościan, Poland.
The concept was created by EPI Ingredients, a subsidiary of French-based dairy cooperative Laïta.
Reference standards for dietary supplements are more important than ever to combat adulteration and fraud
Companies must still do their due diligence in evaluating reference standard suppliers, as they would elsewhere on the supply chain.
The Natural Products Association has submitted comments to FDA regarding the agency’s “Multi-Year Nutrition Innovation Strategy."