Here's a recap of our 10 most read nutrition stories in May, featuring nutraceutical advancements in India, probiotic innovations across APAC, and the latest regulatory, infant nutrition, and nutricosmetics news in China.
Australian goat milk infant formula firm Nuchev has signed a deal with domestic supermarket chain Coles, whereby it will launch its Oli6 range of formula products in 300 Coles outlets and on the Coles website in June.
Australian firm Freedom Foods has completed the institutional component of its $130m equity raising, which includes $100m for capital expenditure programmes in its Nutritional Products business, and $30m to support larger working capital requirements...
Get the latest on what Blackmores is doing for pharmacists in APAC, OptiBiotix's Thai expansion, HealthKart's latest round of funding, ESI Nutrition's infant formula approval in China, and Evolve BioSystems' launch in Singapore and...
There are just two 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.
Nootropics in New Zealand, cordyceps in South Korea, and the impact of China's daigou clampdown on companies like Swisse owner H&H all feature among our five most read stories on social media this month.
Read about food fortification, illegal diet pills and an 11-year-old dairy ban in India, health claims under scrutiny in Singapore, and yet more infant formula controversy plaguing Nestlé in our news regulatory round-up.
A supply agreement with Fonterra will see Bubs Australia venture into the cow's milk infant formula space, though the firm has stressed that it will continue to innovate across its core range of goat's milk products.
Indian regulator, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), has urged the government to again extend its 11-year-old ban on Chinese milk products until labs at Indian ports have been upgraded for melamine testing.
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.
Researchers from the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) Singapore have developed a new encapsulation technology that boosts the bioavailability of lactoferrin, a naturally occurring protein in human breast milk.