In honor of Hemp History Week, Nutritional Outlook spoke with John Roulac, founder and chief visionary officer at plant-based organic foods company Nutiva, about the current regulatory landscape for U.S. industrial hemp farming, and what’s next for the hemp category.
In honor of Hemp History Week, Josh Hendrix, director of business development for CBD supplier CV Sciences Inc., shared with us five lesser-known facts about the hemp plant.
Arjuna says the new European patent for its BCM-95 turmeric extract ingredient covers its specific “composition for use in treatment.”
In May, FDA sent warning letters to nutricosmetic supplements making sun protection health claims. What, if any, sun protection claims can nutricosmetic products make?
Dietary Supplement Associations Defend the Value of Vitamins, Minerals for Heart Health Following Negative American College of Cardiology Study
The meta-analysis found that folic acid and B vitamins have only minimal protective benefits for cardiovascular disease and stroke, respectively.
The gummies’ glyphosate residue–free designation guarantees that they have not been sprayed with and do not contain residues from the herbicide glyphosate.
NSF International Partners with Austrian Ski Federation to Test Athletes’ Supplements for Banned Substances
NSF International will test Austrian Ski Federation athletes' supplements to reduce the risk of inadvertent doping in Olympic skiers.
FDA announced today that it sent warning letters to four makers of “sun protection” nutricosmetic ingestible supplements for making illegal drug claims related to UV protection and skin cancer.
Health Canada’s letter of no objection means that Deerland Enzymes & Probiotics’ DE111 strain is no longer a Novel Food and can now be sold as a food ingredient without the need for premarket notification.
Nutritional Outlook recently spoke with Ellen Schutt, GOED’s new executive director, about how, under her leadership, the organization plans to identify market opportunities to move the omega-3 category forward.