The latest nutricosmetics and cosmeceuticals get back to nature, harnessing everything from Ayurvedic spices to snow mushroom.
Kimberly J. Decker
As Donald Trump is sworn in as President of the United States next week, Nutritional Outlook asks industry experts how his presidency could change the face of dietary-supplement contract manufacturing.
Strong investment from China and private equity drove 2016’s health & wellness M&As.
We asked health & wellness retailing experts what top challenges—and opportunities—they see facing the community today.
Superfruits may not be as trendy as they were ten years ago, but market experts share five key strategies for keeping the category ripe.
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Where Does the Dietary Supplements Industry Stand Two Years after the New York Attorney General’s Investigation?
Attorney General Schneiderman’s action “still raised important questions about supply-chain transparency and, in many cases, the authenticity of supplements sold in the market.”
With fealty to mass markets crumbling in this era of fragmentation, the consumer-as-moving-target may be the norm going forward.
What does “Made in the USA” mean in a global age?
The warnings span everything from products for hangover relief to picamilon-containing dietary supplements.