An update on branded immune-support ingredients.
Top flavor houses and experts predict which flavor trends will be big in 2018.
The newest research on blood sugar nutraceuticals is aimed at both at-risk and diabetic individuals where they shop: in the functional food aisle.
Since its commercial debut in 2008, stevia has become an increasingly popular and natural way to sweeten beverages without calories.
With new delivery formats, increased consumer awareness, and benefits beyond gut health, probiotics' star continues to rise.
Caffeine's myriad benefits for body and brain make the alkaloid a consumer favorite.
Curcumin—no longer merely a culinary spice or folk medicine, but an ingredient with a track record of research-backed health benefits—is set for another big year in 2018.
Omega-3s are poised for a comeback, thanks to innovation in the category and new research initiatives.
Plant protein sources—both novel and familiar—are set to win big with consumers this year.
Impressive 2017 sales for vitamin K2 indicate that bone health superstar is in for another big year.
Supported by mounting cognitive-health research, magnesium and zinc are the minerals to watch this year.
Contract manufacturers predict how politics and consumer trends may affect the industry in the year ahead.
The most unexpected supplements sales trends from last year, according to SPINS.
Looking back on 2017 and spotting trends for 2018.
Nutritional Outlook interviews experts in different areas of the blending business about today’s biggest blending challenges and how brand marketers can ensure that their projects are a success.
Even as non-GMO certified products continue to skyrocket in popularity, new gene-editing techniques are causing ripples in the gene pool.
From skin benefits to digestive system support, aloe has much to offer.
How Lifestyle Dietary Supplement Brands Like Goop Make Health and Wellness Aspirational Instead of Sick Care
Unlike the supplements you’d traditionally purchase in health and wellness retailers like The Vitamin Shoppe, Walgreens, or even Amazon, lifestyle supplements are hawked by fashion-forward lifestyle brands or bloggers selling supplements around the goal of attaining a certain aspirational lifestyle.
Snacks are not only becoming healthier, they are also becoming more wholesome, satisfying, hearty, and nutritious, blurring the boundaries between snacks and meals.