The advantage of ingredients such as curcumin and collagen are their versatility, allowing manufacturers to utilize them in different delivery formats.
Will the coronavirus pandemic impact dietary supplement manufacturing? A look at the supply chain, quality, and safety.
With dietary supplement supply chains facing potential interruptions due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, and with FDA ceasing routine facility inspections, what will the impact be on dietary supplement safety and quality?
For bone health, broader-aged consumer focus, better marketing, and ingredient combinations should be the goal.
Packaging is immensely important for branding; therefore, a compromise will always exist between early adoption of eco-friendly packaging and aesthetics.
A look at the trends and complexities shaping—or reshaping—dietary supplement retail.
Contract manufacturers share trends they see based on what’s made in their facilities.
Collagen sales skyrocketing thanks to the ingredient’s many applications: 2020 Ingredient trends to watch for foods, drinks, and dietary supplements
Collagen can be used in bone health, joint health, nutricosmetic, cosmetic, and even sports nutrition products.
Ashwagandha is going mainstream: 2020 Ingredient trends to watch for foods, drinks, and dietary supplements
Even so, more consumers need to be convinced of ashwagandha’s efficacy, safety, and benefits.
Magnesium saw huge cross-channel sales growth last year. Here’s what’s driving the ingredient in 2020: 2020 Ingredient trends to watch for foods, drinks, and dietary supplements
Here’s why magnesium is more than just a passing trend.
How the U.S.-China trade war continues to change the playing field for players international and domestic.