Collagen foods and beverages are expanding the ingredient’s fan base.
CoQ10 Sports Prototypes Target Athlete Need States, Including Recovery and Immune Health, Says Kaneka
Kaneka showcased new sports prototypes featuring its ubiquinol CoQ10 ingredient combined with other vitamins and minerals, including in vegicap, powder stick, gel, and gelatin capsule formats, at May’s Vitafoods Europe trade show.
Vitamin Supplement Aimed at Helping Consumers Feel Better After They Drink Alcohol Expands into More Stores, Including Beverage and Liquor Stores
The B4 supplement is a non-caffeinated, “pre-drinking” beverage supplement with electrolytes, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals that combats the aftereffects of alcohol consumption, the company says.
The gummies’ glyphosate residue–free designation guarantees that they have not been sprayed with and do not contain residues from the herbicide glyphosate.
According to a company representative from Seppic, Sepibliss is the first ingredient “designed specifically for reactive skin and…dedicated to bringing skin-soothing benefits to reactive skin by oral route.”
How to Make Money in Personalized Nutrition: Vitamin Packs Discusses Consumer Trends, Service Solutions
At May’s Vitafoods Europe trade show Subscription Summit in Geneva, Switzerland, representatives from personalized-vitamin brand Vitamin Packs spoke about how companies can leverage growing consumer interest in customized nutrition solutions to form a profitable business model.
New Water-Soluble Spore-Forming Probiotic Strain Expands Delivery Formats, Including Functional Beverages, Gummies
Deerland says that the new, highly soluble form of its DE111 spore-forming probiotic strain can be easily incorporated into hot beverages, gummies, and functional drinks.
From flavors to formats, here are some of the trends driving discussion in the probiotic beverages space.
Thanks to a new encapsulation partnership, a water-soluble powder version of Algatech’s AstaPure asaxanthin ingredient is expected to launch in the coming months.
FDA announced today that it sent warning letters to four makers of “sun protection” nutricosmetic ingestible supplements for making illegal drug claims related to UV protection and skin cancer.