We quizzed the experts on their top strategies for balancing wellness with “Wow!” in frozen desserts.
Kimberly J. Decker
Female shoppers remain a powerful audience for dietary supplements. But how can manufacturers reach them?
According to SPINS, female-positioned supplements grew at a rate of 6%, netting a total of $628 million in U.S. sales in the 52 weeks ending July 15, 2018.
Although the public has yet fully to appreciate vitamin K2, advocates are working overtime to change that. Here’s how an official recommended daily intake (RDI) value could help.
Infant formula brands have to ramp up the innovation to build a product that delivers what’s best for baby—which nowadays means what comes closest to the breastmilk ideal.
By focusing on how much protein they pack into their formulations, product developers not only have a chance to help their audience meet their protein goals; they might also give their protein applications an edge in a crowded marketplace.
Despite their rising profile, probiotics have yet to reach their full potential with Americans, whether as supplements or functional-food ingredients.
Can formulators do better?
Reference standards for dietary supplements are more important than ever to combat adulteration and fraud
Companies must still do their due diligence in evaluating reference standard suppliers, as they would elsewhere on the supply chain.
The convergence of contemporary science and a passion for all things “natural” has shot herbal and botanical dietary supplements onto center stage.
We asked the experts which ingredients have caught not just retailers’ and regulators’ eyes, but their own.