A newly established Singapore-based sports nutrition retailer is seeking to offer niche products at low prices to consumers, something it believes will give it an advantage over other retailers in the country.
Read about what Sapporo is up to with its new lab, the beverage categories in hot demand, what FANCL is doing for men's health, Meiji's sports nutrition ambitions, and who will be at our second Healthy Ageing APAC Summit in our latest Japan...
Indena is striving for APAC growth with market entry in Japan and China, and launching a more bioavailable formulation of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), which the firm believes has potential for success in sports nutrition and beyond.
Read about what's happening at Blackmores, Indian start-ups in the organic baby food and 'lifestyle diseases' space, and Australia's latest sports nutrition and functional beverage innovations in our brand round-up.
Indian trade organisation the Expert Nutraceutical Advocacy Council (ENAC) will run a one-year post-graduate diploma course in food technology and nutraceuticals with tertiary institutions in India, to bridge the gap between industrial needs and academic...
Read about China's continuing '100-day operation', closer inspection of infant formula, and the latest business developments in the country's supplement and health food market in our latest look at China.
As APAC's sports nutrition sector continues evolving to cater to a growing number of consumers, we speak to two industry players who tell us what businesses can do to bring sports nutrition further into the mainstream.
Here's a recap of our 10 most read nutrition stories in January, featuring regulatory updates from China and Australia, Nestlé's moves in the A2 milk market, the top APAC supplement trends to watch this year, and more.
China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) and the Ministry of Commerce summoned all 91 direct-selling firms operating in China to a meeting as part of the “100-day operation” to clean up the health food market.
Read about the how omega-3 can benefit eye health, what companies are doing in the nutricosmetics and functional beverage spaces, and how one lingerie brand landed in hot soup for selling a 'date rape drug' in our latest Japan news line-up.
Marinova has commenced a clinical trial to investigate the gut health benefits of its bioactive seaweed extract, Maritech fucoidan, on elite athletes, with the broader goal of entering the sports nutrition market.
Partnering with professional athletes is key to enabling sports nutrition brands to gather more consumption data, improve product effectiveness, and build brand visibility, according to Herbalife Nutrition.
With its booming population and growing middle-income group, APAC is the region to watch for supplement and health food growth. In our exclusive feature on which markets to keep an eye on, we feature sports nutrition in China, probiotics in South East...
Here's a recap of our 10 most read nutrition stories in December, featuring infant nutrition in India, sports nutrition in APAC and the US, the continued popularity of Aussie supplements in China and more.
The trade tensions between the US and China have yet to seriously impact the flow or pricing of dietary supplement ingredients, according to experts familiar with the sector. But continued uncertainty has some observers on edge.
In this month's brand review, we bring you news on Japan's first FOSHU-certified skincare supplement, the rise of Elixinol's hemp supplements in Japan, Vitagen Malaysia's public health education efforts, Blackmores' progress in...
Reflecting on the year that’s been, it is interesting to see how much has changed in the complementary medicines industry in Australia in such a short time, Wites Carl Gibson, CEO of trade body Complementary Medicines Australia (CMA)
UK supplement firm Tom Oliver Nutrition is tapping into several fast-growing categories in Asia to further its expansion in the region, focusing on non-animal sources of protein, sports nutrition, and omega-3.
US-based sports nutrition brand Ripper Nutrition has chosen Asia as its first overseas market, with a long-term plan to diversify its range of products to cover overall health and wellness for all life stages.
New Zealand sports nutrition firm PowerAmp Sports is aiming to develop a comprehensive product portfolio that is fully approved by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), starting with their range of hypotonic beverages.