South Korean food and nutrition firm CJ CheilJedang is seeking to address what it claims is a market gap for dietary supplements that promote muscle health through its newly formed food and nutrition ingredient subsidiary.
This round-up looks at the latest research findings, soaring demand for co-enzyme Q10 supplements in China, regulatory roadblock for a Chinese NMN supplier, a Korean supplement firm’s expansion into China, and more.
The scope for protective metabolic potential of the medicine plant bitter apple, aka Citrullus colocynthis, has been explored in a new review published in ‘BMC Food Production, Processing and Nutrition’.
Infant formula producer Bubs Australia said its gross revenue has China dropped by 66 per cent, and its new Manufacturer-to-Consumer (M2C) sale channel in the country has been delayed, due to disruptions caused by China’s prolonged COVID-19 lockdowns.
In our monthly nutra regulatory round-up, we take a look at UAE’s national strategy in reducing anaemia and obesity, South Korea’s plans to ban the use of the terms ‘CBD’ and ‘THC’ in hemp seed oil products, to Australia's and New Zealand's...
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Japan's Food with Function claims regulation (FFC) has encouraged more SMEs to enter the market, while the major players which have launched products under the scheme are enjoying higher growth, according to new data.
Increasing protein intake appears to reduce the risk of cognitive impairment in older age, while an extreme decline in animal-based protein consumption is linked with a 48% increase, new data from a long-term China study suggests.