There are just three weeks left to submit entries to the second NutraIngredients-Asia Awards, which offer brands, suppliers and researchers the chance to be crowned the region's brightest and best ahead of Vitafoods Asia.
Here's a recap of our 10 most read nutrition stories in April, featuring the top regulatory and market news from China, nootropic innovations from New Zealand, Asahi's infant nutrition launch in Vietnam, and more.
From novel lactoferrin encapsulation technology in Singapore and plant-derived omega-3 in India to clinical research on cordyceps, glucosamine and ginger, get the latest scientific stories in our news round-up.
‘Designer prebiotics’ have greater potential than probiotics to be able to modify our microbiomes and improve our long-term health, according to the founder and CEO of a trailblazing life science firm.
Read about Kirin's innovation strategy for seniors, Asahi's R&D plans for health food ingredients, new products in the beauty-from-within and men's health spaces, and home-delivered nutrition for the elderly in our latest country round-up.
Indian firm Pure Nutrition is bringing what it claims is higher bioavailability in ayurvedic nutraceuticals to adults aged 32 to 60, while also planning to open up to 100 retail outlets in the country.
Regular consumption of glucosamine is needed for endurance athletes, such as football and rugby players, to reduce the rate of cartilage metabolism and maintain collagen synthesis — two factors that determine joint health.
Local authorities may soon address possible 'gaps' in Singapore’s legislation regarding and healthy food products, with regulator Singapore Food Agency (SFA) commissioning a study to assess its rules regime.
India's Kapiva Ayurveda is seeking to improve its sourcing of raw materials through a partnerships with local farmers and a possible investment in agricultural land, as it strives to secure sales of $US43m