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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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Food and beverage companies in particular are of high interest to investors, said NCN.

In public comments released today in response to FDA’s recent draft guidance on dietary fiber, two industry associations told the agency that the agency’s criteria for what is considered a dietary fiber are too stringent.

Marketers are finding new opportunities to teach consumers about the benefits of immune-health products.

On February 6, the Hemp Industries Association announced it had filed a petition for a motion of contempt against the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), alleging that the agency is unlawfully trying to regulate hemp food ingredients as Schedule I drugs.

Nitric oxide levels are a growing area of interest in the both the cardiovascular and sports-nutrition dietary supplement categories. But are consumers catching on to the concept of nitric oxide support?

The company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Ross Wuxi Equipment, has moved to a 250,000-sq-ft facility in Wuxi, China.

The joint venture will initially focus on producing ingredients from the larvae of the Black Soldier Fly, but plans to diversify into mealworms as well.

According to supplier ADM/Matsutani LLC, Fibersol-DLQ is for formulators who want to make a fiber claim but without including a “high percentage of fiber.”

Prebiotic insiders insist that the category could take off in the next few years as more consumers begin embracing the health benefits of prebiotics.

TerraVia's AlgaVia algae portfolio is now approved for food use across North America, the company says.


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