Beijing Ginkgo Group (BGG; Beijing) is sharpening its focus on the astaxanthin market, spinning off its algae nutrition ingredients into a new subsidiary, Algae Life Sciences Inc.
Industry, take note! Dietary supplements of all stripes (herbal, botanical, vitamins, minerals, marine-based, and others) are the subjects of numerous NIH research studies and clinical trials this year.
A new meta-analysis suggests omega-3 supplement consumption is associated with a 58% decrease in the likelihood of early preterm birth.
The category is still notable, especially in global markets.
Many are pegging this year as the year for brain health.
With partnerships building around algae ingredients for food purposes, will we see more use of these ingredients in the near term?
As local, sustainable, and “clean” continue driving all markets in 2016, a few ingredients are standing out, says SPINS.
The supplements industry is surviving—even thriving—in a difficult year.
Researchers from the newly formed Antarctic Wildlife Research Fund embark on krill-based research initiatives that will further strengthen sustainable management of the fishery and the omega-3 ingredients industry as a whole.
The U.S. and European omega-3 markets decreased in value between 2013 and 2014, while the Asia-Pacific and South American markets grew.