FDA announced today that it sent warning letters to four makers of “sun-protecting” nutricosmetic ingestible supplements for making illegal drug claims related to UV protection and skin cancer.
Supplier Sabinsa Discusses Ayurvedic Ingredients Market, Adulteration, Research in the Dietary Supplement Industry
Shaheen Majeed, president, Sabinsa worldwide, spoke to Nutritional Outlook about how Sabinsa has navigated 30 years of regulatory change, and how the company plans to continue to deliver science-backed, innovative ingredients for a growing range of health categories.
“It appears…that supply of organic stevia will not catch up with demand for a few more years,” says one industry expert.
Icon Foods’ new KetoseSweet+ ingredients are suited for those controlling blood sugar levels as well as those on low-sugar or ketogenic diets.
Sweet Green Fields announced a new development: its new Optimizer Stevia line that aims to retain the affordability of Reb A but provide a better-tasting ingredient.
Minor Stevia Extracts Like Reb M and Reb D Are in High Demand. How Can Stevia Suppliers Scale Up Supply?
Minor glycosides like Reb M and Reb D are still in smaller supply compared to a major glycoside like Reb A. How will suppliers increase the supply of these rarer in-demand glycosides?
Veri-te resveratrol supplier, Evolva, says that investing in innovative delivery systems, plus new science, will be key to growing the market.
Can an out-of-the-box package design help a supplement company appeal to a broader audience or capture the attention of new types of customers?
Smaller firms have until January 1, 2021, to comply with labeling changes, while larger firms have until January 1, 2020.
FDA called for public comments on the international drug scheduling of cannabis and cannabis-related substances in preparation for a meeting of the World Health Organization. In response, herbal experts and industry leaders urged the agency not to classify cannabis substances as Schedule I drugs.