BioCell’s flagship ingredient, BioCell Collagen, has received halal certifications from the Islamic Society of the Washington Area (ISWA) and Halal Quality Control in Germany.
Pure or highly concentrated caffeine powders and liquids are dangerous to consumers when sold in bulk packaging, the agency says.
Newly Proposed Hemp Farming Act of 2018 Throws the Legal Doors Wide Open for Industrial Hemp and CBD in the U.S.
If the bipartisan Hemp Farming Act of 2018 passes, industrial hemp, as well as hemp CBD, will be regulated like a regular agricultural crop and will no longer be listed on Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act.
Ingredients supplier Sabinsa has named analytic testing firm Eurofins as its global testing partner for both raw materials and ingredients. Eurofins will also adapt some of Sabinsa’s own proprietary testing methods.
A look at the science behind folic acid, and why it’s relevant.
NSF says that its new DNA Authenticated mark will enable suppliers “to verify the identity and purity of raw ingredients.”
Contract manufacturers predict how politics and consumer trends may affect the industry in the year ahead.
NSF International said that the newly designed app and website support its Certified for Sport testing program and help athletes and consumers avoid potentially harmful ingredients and banned substances in dietary supplements.
Omega-3s are poised for a comeback, thanks to innovation in the category and new research initiatives.
GOED issued a statement to its members affirming several points, including that the meta-analysis, which showed that omega-3 fatty acid supplementation had no significant associations with CHD death, nonfatal myocardial infarction, any coronary heart disease events, or major vascular events, adds little to the current body of evidence surrounding omega-3s and cardiovascular risk factors.