Global MNC Nestle, Japanese nutraceutical brand Otsuka Pharma and major Asian pharmacy retailer Watsons have been added to the line-up for our third Healthy Ageing APAC Summit in Singapore, which has an earlybird delegate offer closing this Friday.
In this round-up, we look at the plans that Meiji has to grow its sports nutrition business as the Tokyo Olympics draws near, the new personalised nutrition service from FANCL, and how consuming chilli pepper could reduce fat.
Here’s our Editor-in-Chief’s completely subjective and occasionally irrational fortnightly take on three food, nutra and cosmetics stories that have caught his attention – not always for the right reasons…
In this round-up, we look at the recent regulatory development in the health and nutrition industry in APAC, including the Chinese authorities’ drafted plans for changing the current infant food safety standards.
Indian researchers have developed a prototype of a sugar-free version of asava – a traditional Ayurveda medicine traditionally used to treat problems in the nervous, blood circulatory and respiratory systems.
The Chinese authorities are conducting a public consultation for the new food safety standards that it has drafted for a number of food items, including liquid infant formula, infant formula powder, and infant food.