NOW has acquired SuperNutrition, expanding its supplement product lines to include high potency vitamins.
Arla Foods Ingredients received a “no objection” GRAS (generally recognized as safe) notice from FDA for the use of alpha-lactalbumin in infant formula.
HP Ingredients has expanded its selection of standardized botanical extracts that are certified organic by QAI.
Ponce De Leon Health has launched a product under that brand name Rejuvant called LifeTabs, a dietary supplement with formulations for men and women designed to “resist aging.”
The GNT Group has developed an improved range of Exberry liquid and powdered red coloring foods that do not contain any sugar ingredients, but offer higher color intensities and contain only two raw materials for clean label formulations.
The enhanced portfolio builds upon the firm’s original non-GMO stevia platform to tackle specific formulation challenges and save time and costs in product development.
Using its proprietary technology, Socati Corp. is able to completely customize the cannabinoid profile of its hemp-derived ingredients.
Today’s sweetener suppliers and manufacturers have developed a number of creative solutions for clean-label sugar reduction. Much of this work involves finding the right combination of high-intensity sweeteners, and bulking agents, to replicate the flavors and textures we get with sucrose.
Cargill has invested an additional $75 million in Puris, the largest North American producer of pea protein, enabling the firm to more than double its production of pea protein using an existing 200,000 square-foot facility in Dawson, MN.
The largest study to date on BioCell Collagen found that the ingredient significantly reduced common signs of aging such as facial wrinkles and crow's feet.