Prebiotic insiders insist that the category could take off in the next few years as more consumers begin embracing the health benefits of prebiotics.
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As calcium sales continue to slip and magnesium sales continue to rise, at least one expert believes the day will come when magnesium overtakes calcium as the bestselling standalone mineral supplement.
Of all the ingredients at risk of adulteration in 2017, ginkgo is perhaps one of the most vulnerable.
In 2017, probiotic-industry leaders are taking steps to protect their market position by ensuring that bad actors aren’t misleading consumers with mislabeled products.
“Energy” has now moved ahead as the number-two reason why Americans who use dietary supplements say they take supplements in the first place, so it’s not surprising to see sales of vitamin B12 growing in all retail channels.
From the Trump administration to state attorneys general and the FDA/FTC, here are the key regulatory issues industry leaders are watching in 2017
2017 Ingredient Trends to Watch for Food, Drinks, and Dietary Supplements: Adaptogens for Stress Relief
Adaptogenic herbs like ashwagandha are making waves in supplement products for stress relief with support from recent research.
Strong sales growth and promising research make boswellia and turmeric two of the most promising Ayurvedic herbs to watch this year.
2017 Ingredient Trends to Watch for Food, Drinks, and Dietary Supplements: Plant Protein vs. Dairy Protein
Tensions between dairy proteins and plant proteins are heating up, but which category stands to gain the most in 2017?
As Donald Trump is sworn in as President of the United States next week, Nutritional Outlook asks industry experts how his presidency could change the face of dietary-supplement contract manufacturing.