Conventional energy drinks, snacks, and supplements remain popular, but “cleaner,” “more natural” versions are occupying a greater portion of new product launches.
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Mazza's PhytoClean solvent-free, water-based extraction technology will now benefit the production of Sensient’s natural and organic plant-based ingredients.
In a move sparked by a Greenpeace action campaign, Antarctic krill fisheries have agreed to cease fishing in sensitive areas of the Antarctic Ocean.
How Lifestyle Dietary Supplements Use Social Media Instead of Science on Packaging to Sell the Brand
Does a new minimalist approach to dietary supplement packaging mean brands no longer need to put science front and center?
Layn Corp. (Newport Beach, CA) will introduce new stevia- and monk fruit-based sweetening solutions at next week’s Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting and Food Expo in Chicago that are tailored to specific food and beverage applications for maximum effectiveness.
Tariff Update: More Food, Dietary Supplement Ingredients Caught in Proposed Second Wave of U.S. Tariffs on China
On Tuesday, July 10, the Trump administration released a proposed second list of $200 billion worth of Chinese goods that will face up to a 10% tariff.
In the short time made available for public comments, a number of natural products groups have responded to USDA, citing issues with the proposal.
Pea-ingredients supplier Puris (Oskaloosa, IA) will showcase its range of pea-based ingredients at next week’s Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting and Food Expo in Chicago.
The company says that the new laboratory Paddle Blender features provide batch-to-batch consistency.
Innova says that one in three U.S. consumers said, in Innova’s consumer research, that they increased their consumption of plant-based milk or yogurt during the two years ending in December 2017.