The need is growing to support senior health with products targeting healthy aging.
Christen Davis of Lonza Consumer Health & Nutrition recently talked to Nutritional Outlook about how her company has implemented QbD, what it entails, and how this model can benefit all dietary supplement manufacturers.
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An Australian company called Nuseed, a subsidiary of Nufarm Ltd., announced that USDA has deregulated the company’s proprietary omega-3 canola for cultivation in the U.S.
Quality-control scientists will demonstrate some of the analytical instruments the company uses to test the safety and quality of their ingredients and finished products.
Mixing-equipment supplier Charles Ross & Son Co. has introduced a new mixing and discharging turnkey system that enables finished product to be extruded in strands.
If a MegaFood supplement is sold out at a natural retail store, the retailer can call MegaFood’s Customer Experience team to place an order for the product, which is then mailed directly to the customer.
Supplier Natreon says PrimaVie is now the “first and only clinically backed organic shilajit available on the market.”
If FDA had a comprehensive, mandatory, industry-wide database of every single dietary supplement product on the market, would such information help regulators as well as industry better police the dietary supplement market? Also, how could FDA create such a registry?
Nestlé says it reformulated the drink, which especially targets adults 50 years and older, with more protein to meet the latest expert recommendations for supporting healthy aging.