A portion of the investment will support the expansion of an additional manufacturing site located in Europe with a capacity to produce 3,000 metric tons of non-GMO stevia sweeteners.
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For athletes and sports enthusiasts, there may be another good reason to drink beer: because beer—specifically nonalcoholic beer and the malt it contains—may help to enhance exercise-related performance, energy, and recovery.
Nutritional Outlook asked a handful of supplement industry stakeholders about how DSHEA has aged—and what a DSHEA 2.0 should look like. What, if any, changes to the law are needed? What changes are needed in the way FDA polices the market?
The dietary supplement industry may see its share of critics and negative headlines, but there is also plenty of positive news. Take the recent numbers shared by leading associations indicating that more consumers than ever before are buying supplements of all kinds.
While plant proteins have been trending, dairy proteins and isolates remain competitive within the protein bar space, specifically within sports nutrition.
In a joint letter, the American Herbal Products Association, Consumer Healthcare Products Association, Council for Responsible Nutrition, and United Natural Products Alliance called on Congress “to pass legislation to clarify that CBD derived from the hemp plant is a lawful dietary ingredient.”
Infused waters, seltzers, sodas, and shots are just a few drinkable formats for hemp-derived CBD.
OmniActive Health Technologies has announced a global strategic alliance with the Japan-based JXTG Nippon Oil and Energy, to jointly develop and commercialize branded carotenoid compositions.
Epax will be investing $35 million over the next two years to increase its capacity and innovate in the omega-3 sector.
Results from a new PEW Charitable Trusts dietary supplement survey show that consumers largely find dietary supplements to be safe and they would support a mandatory FDA supplement product listing.