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SweeGen Receives FDA “No Objection” GRAS Letter for Bestevia Reb D Sweetener
The sweetener can now be used as a “general-purpose, non-nutritive sweetener for foods and beverages.”
The Amazon Effect: Will Supplement Retailing Ever Be the Same?
The biggest challenges and opportunities supplement retailers face today.
Ashland Announces New Health and Wellness Division
According to Ashland, the new division, which combines the company’s nutrition business with Pharmachem’s ingredients processing capabilities, was created to meet the demands of a fast-growing global nutraceuticals market.
Ingredients by Nature Launches Line of Citrus Bioflavonoids under Brewster Brand Name
The company says that its citrus bioflavonoids, which are available in powder and granulated compression format, provide broad bioflavonoid profiles.
Setting the Bar High
Interest in portable, tasty nutrition reaches new heights.
Natural Color Stability: Challenges and Opportunities
Savvy shoppers are rejecting artificial colors—and they’re willing to pay more for the real deal—but creating stable, natural colors is still a challenge.
Ingredion Launches Line of Low-Sugar Glucose Syrups to Aid in Sugar Reduction
According to the company, the ingredients in the Versasweet line will help formulators lower added sugars on Nutrition Facts panels.
D-Allulose Sweetener May Aid in Weight Loss, Study Suggests
The study found that the rare sugar d-allulose may help users manage weight by enhancing post-meal fat oxidation and decreasing carbohydrate oxidation.
Cargill Introduces SimPure Functional Native Starches
The company says that the new SimPure line will help “clean up” frozen-product formulation.
Making the case for dairy proteins in a plant-protein era.