Vol. 20 No. 1
In the U.S., there has been strong interest in super-premium, single-serve formulations.
FDA draft guidance has given the sodium-reduction movement new life, and ingredients old and new are rising to the challenge.
The latest innovations in supplement equipment allow for faster and more efficient production.
Marketers are finding new opportunities to teach consumers about the benefits of immune-health products.
These crucial dietary nutrients protect the human eye from blue light–induced damage.
Will a New EU Health Claim for Chicory Root and Other Healthy Blood Sugar Ingredients Win New Customers?
Last year, the EU Commission authorized a new Article 13.5 health claim stating that when non-digestible carbohydrates are used as sugar replacers, these ingredients can induce a lower postprandial blood glucose rise compared to food and drinks containing sugar.
A new FTC enforcement policy means homeopathic products may be harder to market going forward.
That empty space in your chip bag or other product packages? It may serve a purpose, but that might not stop consumers from suing you.
2017 Ingredient Trends to Watch for Food, Drinks, and Dietary Supplements: Hemp CBD, Vinpocetine, and Kratom
Regulatory controversy may continue to follow hemp CBD, vinpocetine, and kratom this year.