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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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The company has yet another new innovation: a high-quality chia oil that it says retains all of chia’s healthful nutrients due to a special production process.

At March's Natural Products Expo West trade show, Cargill (Minneapolis) announced major moves aimed to demonstrate the company’s growing commitment to non-GMO traceability.

Capsimax has long been known as a thermogenic and an ingredient that increases lipolysis (breaking down fats), but recent studies are confirming additional benefits such as appetite control.

Should dietary supplement makers fear or follow Amazon's new Amazon Elements dietary supplements line?

Aker BioMarine celebrated its 10th anniversary at this year’s Natural Products Expo West trade show and spoke about how the supplier helped grow the krill business into what it is today

Steve Mister, president and CEO of dietary supplements association the Council for Responsible Nutrition, told Nutritional Outlook that his organization is “optimistic” that Gottlieb will walk a “middle ground” on regulating the supplements industry.

The new supplement line is called alGeepa and features Qualitas’s trademark Almega PL algae strain.

Overcoming the taste and aroma challenges associated with curcumin was an achievement, the company says.

After six years of discussion, the Codex Alimentarius Commission, part of the FAO/WHO that develops international food standards, is close to finally adding a fish oil standard to the Codex Alimentarius.

Are all fermented foods probiotic? Do probiotics delivered in a topically applied skin cream really work? Probiotics expert Ganeden takes us through five of the most common myths surrounding probiotics.


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