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Jennifer Grebow

Jennifer Grebow

Jennifer Grebow is dedicated to ensuring that Nutritional Outlook provides crucial and accurate information to its readers. Believing that an industry publication is responsible for setting a tone and establishing a dialogue with its members, she seeks to continually enhance her team’s knowledge of the industry and the issues that matter most to its business. Jennifer joined Canon Communications in 2000. Prior to joining Nutritional Outlook as editor in 2009, she served as lead editor of another Canon Communications publication. A graduate of Occidental College in Los Angeles, Jennifer has resided in the L.A. area for the past decade since leaving her home state of Hawaii.

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I spoke to CRN’s president and CEO, Steve Mister, about the registry’s progress over the past year.

Aker BioMarine and the Antarctic Wildlife Research Fund strengthen their mission to protect the Antarctic krill ecosystem.

Now part of the company’s Bensdorp Clean clean-label cocoa powders line, the two new cocoa powders are alkalized with baking soda, allowing a label claim of “cocoa processed with baking soda” instead of “cocoa processed with alkali.”

The first ingredient, called Quantum IQ, is a patented, standardized kesum extract (Polygonum minus).

Frutarom is proposing Frutaceuticals for supplement consumers suffering from “pill fatigue."

NattoPharma (Oslo, Norway) unveiled its latest vitamin K2 innovation yet at this year’s SupplySide West trade show: the industry’s first and only full-spectrum vitamin K2 ingredient that comprehensively provides menaquinones (MK) 6, 7, 8, and 9, all vital to heart health.

The company rolled out several botanical-based concepts centered on these two hot-topic health areas.

This ingredient offers benefits such as low glycemic and insulin response and healthy bowel function.

The ingredient is designed to withstand high temperatures and stay soluble and stable when added to hot water.

The Triple-T program takes a three-pronged approach to supply-chain traceability: trace, test, and trust.


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