Having production in China has insulated fast growing energy drink brand Celsius from any potential fallout from President Trump’s trade war. Celsius has more than doubled its store count to China to 25,000. The brand is now sold in 47 cities in the country....
More personalised dietary supplements will hit the market in APAC in the coming years as innovation, health awareness and regulator objectives align, Jude C. Uzonwanne, the principal, strategy and transaction advisory at IQVIA APAC told NutraIngredients-Asia...
Moves to ban sugar-sweetened beverages and 'unhealthy' snacks from Queensland's public hospitals and healthcare facilities have received drastically different responses from Australia's beverage industry, trade groups and health campaigners.
The Chinese government has retaliated in the latest escalation of President Trump’s trade war by releasing lists of new tariffs on US products, the highest of which will reach 25%. Experts worry that the fallout could affect the supplement industry.
The Australian sugar industry's push for greater sustainability and traceability has received a shot in the arm, with its Coalition Government providing an A$2.25m grant to fund the Sustainable Sugar Project.
The government of the Indian state of Haryana has announced an extension of the supply of fortified food to all PDS (Public Distribution System) shops in the Ambala and Karnal districts, starting September 1.
Two electrolyte beverages have been accepted as Foods for Special Medical Purpose (FSMP) by China's State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) — the first time electrolyte beverages were approved.