Functional food manufacturers talk specific formulating challenges—and solutions.
Lawsuits abound due to lack of a formal regulatory definition for "natural" and "all natural."
GMO-labeling is a hot topic in the U.S. But elsewhere, GMO regulations are already well in place.
The limited availability of verified non-GMO feed makes sourcing non-GMO ingredients somewhat difficult.
There is great potential for nutrigenomics in dietary supplements; less so for nutrigenetics.
Of all the gel-forming ingredients available, gelatin and pectin are some of the most prevalent. And a case can be made for each.
July 4th is one expert’s prediction.
How do beta-glucans, arabinogalactan, and baker’s yeast really impact the immune system?
When does an ingredient merit a public standard (monograph)?
FDA's former dietary supplements division head is now back at the Natural Products Association. What agency insights does he bring back?