The panel “Formulating for Women” will take place at SupplySide East in Secaucus, NJ, on April 18 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm at the Meadowlands Exposition Center meeting room.
Women in Nutraceuticals (WIN), the nonprofit group led by nutraceutical industry leaders and advocating for gender parity in the nutraceuticals industry, will host an educational panel at next week’s SupplySide East trade show in Secaucus, NJ. The “Formulating with Women” panel will take place on April 18 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm and will focus on modern approaches to formulating nutraceutical products for women.
Speakers include Professor Abbie Smith-Ryan from the University of North Carolina; Karen Hecht, scientific affairs manager for AstaReal; Sandra Lee, CEO of NJ Labs; and Salma Fathalla, senior director of quality and regulatory at JDS Therapeutic. The session will be moderated by Cassie Smith from Informa and WIN board member Karen Howard, CEO and executive director of the Organic and Natural Health Association.
“SupplySide and its parent company Informa Markets are proud to partner with WIN to bring education to SupplySide East on the importance of formulating supplement and functional food products for woman using female-researched ingredients,” said Sandy Almendarez, vice president of content, SupplySide, in a press release. “The nutraceutical industry has a tremendous opportunity to create targeted, specific, and relevant products to an interested consumer base, while also creating more gender parity in the health of Americans. It’s win-win for the industry and consumers, and it helps achieve our mission of building a better world.” SupplySide is part of Informa, which is a founding Platinum sponsor of WIN.
For more information about Women In Nutraceuticals, and to join, visit https://womeninnutraceuticals.org. Women In Nutraceuticals (WIN), a nonprofit group spearheaded by global nutraceutical leaders, is dedicated to building support for women in the nutraceuticals industry, to help increase the percentage of women holding leadership roles in the C-suite and across the dietary supplement supply chain, to increase funding for female-led businesses, and to increase women’s participation in nutraceuticals research.