Lipofoods (Barcelona), a company specializing in microencapsulated functional ingredients for foods, beverages, and dietary supplements, is introducing a new, microencapsulated, slow-release caffeine ingredient targeting athletes at this week’s SupplySide West trade show in Las Vegas.
The positive role dietary supplements play in the lives of consumers of all ages has only continued to grow.
Corby Reese, partner and managing director at Swander Pace Capital (San Francisco), talks about the ins and outs of private equity in the natural products space.
When big CPG companies acquire smaller natural companies, should the two companies remain largely separate?
Europe’s Largest Industrial-Scale Insect-Processing Plant Will Focus on Producing Black Soldier Flies for Animal Nutrition
The plant should be operational beginning in the first half of 2018 and is projected to be the largest industrial insect-processing plant in Europe, the companies say.
PLT Health Solutions says that the new ZümXR targeted-release, liquid-stable caffeine ingredient was developed using pharmaceutical techniques that ensure the ingredient releases caffeine in a predictable, controlled manner.
Blue California says that its innovative fermentation technology made this natural flavor, derived from natural and wild strains of yeast, possible.
Neptune will quit its bulk krill oil manufacturing and distribution business, with remaining krill oil inventory and IP transferring to Aker BioMarine.
DSHEA Expert Says FDA’s “Misreading” of the Term “Dietary Substance” in NDI Draft Guidance Is Biggest Hurdle for Synthetic Botanicals, Probiotics
Attorney Scott Bass, who helped draft the DSHEA law of 1994, says that Congress did not intend “dietary substances” only to be limited to ingredients that are nutritional—and that this should mean that synthetic botanicals and probiotics count as dietary ingredients and be eligible for use in dietary supplements.
New study results recently presented at June’s International Conference on Children’s Bone Health in Germany indicate that children with low vitamin K2 status may be at greater risk of developing low-energy bone fractures.