While Singapore public health officials are taking strides to persuade adults and school-age children to steer away from sugar, their awareness campaigns appear to be missing a crucial segment of society—babies and infants.
Read about China’s proposal to tighten its infant formula registration process, how sports supplements sold in India are to adhere to the country’s Food, Safety, and Standards Regulations, and the debate surrounding sugar taxes.
The Chinese authorities have proposed five changes to the country’s infant formula milk powder registration process, in a bid to boost the level of quality, scientific evidence, and safe consumption of the products.
Japanese dairy giant Morinaga Milk Industry, a probiotic strains supplier, has plans in the upcoming year around to expand the application of its functional proprietary probiotic strain into infant formula, to aid with gut health and immune protection.
Faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) is an ancient therapy that has been increasingly utilised in modern medical practice for the treatment of Clostridioides difficile infection, but what are the emerging areas of promise?
China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and WeChat, the country’s messaging service giant, have jointly developed and launched the country’s first WeChat mini programme for infant formula traceability.
Read about the role of Gen Z in driving China’s health foods market, the probiotics market flourishing in China, supplement trends in New Zealand, functional beverage trends in Japan, and the food and supplement firms joining us at our second Healthy...