In a recent survey of Vitafoods Europe attendees and exhibitors, those surveyed said that stricter EU regulations are their top concern—even more so than the state of the global economy.
Sabinsa Corp. now holds a U.S. patent for the company’s shelf-stable Bacillus coagulans MTCC 5856 probiotic ingredient, brand name LactoSpore, for therapeutic management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
At March's Natural Products Expo West trade show, Cargill (Minneapolis) announced major moves aimed to demonstrate the company’s growing commitment to non-GMO traceability.
CRN Says It’s “Optimistic” about Gottlieb as FDA Commissioner Pick; Natural Products Expo West Panel Talks about “Post-Regulatory” Era
Steve Mister, president and CEO of dietary supplements association the Council for Responsible Nutrition, told Nutritional Outlook that his organization is “optimistic” that Gottlieb will walk a “middle ground” on regulating the supplements industry.
How the European Union’s new novel food regulation aims to quicken time to market and boost innovation.
When FDA finalized its new U.S. Nutrition Facts rule in 2016, one of the label’s most notable changes was the addition of a new dual-column requirement for packages containing 2-3 servings.
After six years of discussion, the Codex Alimentarius Commission, part of the FAO/WHO that develops international food standards, is close to finally adding a fish oil standard to the Codex Alimentarius.
Where I do think dairy representatives have a point is when they argue that consumers could be under the impression that dairy milks and plant-based milks are nutritionally equivalent if both are called “milk.”
While there are many unknowns, the consensus seems to be that if there is any one area where the president’s policies could directly impact the industry, it is the global sourcing of ingredients.
According to the association, “this is a must-attend event for those operating in China or those thinking about it.”