Independent third-party laboratory testing has confirmed that the water lentil crop and branded plant-based protein ingredient Lentein, from Parabel USA Inc., contains the natural bioactive forms of vitamin B12: adenosylcobalamin and methylcobalamin.
Roquette (La Madeleine, France) is launching two new plant-based textured proteins in order to address consumer demand for sensory, diversity, and sustainable nutritional improvements.
Roquette Ventures invests in Advanced Protein Technologies, to accelerate development of human milk oligosaccharides
Roquette Ventures and Advanced Protein Technologies, a bio venture company developing human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs), have signed an agreement to work together on the development of new human breast milk components.
In Nutritional Outlook's 2019 Best of the Industry Awards, we are recognizing individuals, groups, and companies whose initiatives today may help shape, for the better, the state of the dietary supplement and food and beverage industries for years to come.
Perfect Day is offering consumers and companies a new choice: non-animal, flora-based dairy protein.
Merit Functional Foods announced that it has received a Letter of No Objection from FDA in response to a GRAS (generally recognized as safe) notification for its pea protein ingredients.
Adding critical cofactors, including magnesium, collagen, and vitamin K2, to current nutritional recommendations for bone health could go a long way towards helping to reduce the occurrence of osteoporosis and related disorders.
Axiom Foods Inc. has signed a domestic distribution agreement with Univar Solutions, as well as international distribution agreements with Univar Solutions Brazil, Brenntag Food and Nutrition, and Healy Group.
Retail channels for dietary supplements: Brick-and-mortar sales growing but still outpaced by online sales
Market researcher IRI provided its insight on which retail channels for dietary supplements are growing, or shrinking, at CRN’s The Conference.
Record number of U.S. adults are taking dietary supplements, with confidence in the safety, quality, and efficacy of supplements remaining steady—and high, CRN poll shows
With more U.S. adults taking dietary supplements than ever before, continued consumer confidence in the safety, quality, and efficacy of supplements will remain of utmost importance to those with stakes in the industry.