The standard of nutritional clinical research in APAC has improved by “leaps and bounds” in recent years, but researchers still need to take note of pitfalls such as biased judgements because strong science provides the cornerstone of commercially successful...
Some of the latest consumers trends can be seen from the growing understanding of vitamins for preventive health in Indonesia, and the rising popularity of probiotics, infant nutrition, and Foods for Special Medical Purposes (FSMPs) in China as more spend...
A report from Australian regulator the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) found that the percentage of health supplements that breached regulatory compliances in the second half of last year was less than that of 2018.
Foods for Special Medical Purposes (FSMPs), probiotics and infant nutrition are among the fast-rising categories in China’s e-commerce space, according to two sector specialists featured in our latest Nutrition Asia video series.
Cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are increasingly gaining traction and are said to hold “great promise” for managing chronic pain, claims a leading Australian researcher who stars in our seventh NutraChampion podcast.
LIVE NUTRAINGREDIENTS WEBINAR SERIES: 26 MAY – 25 JUNE 2020
In this round-up, we shine the spotlight on China's new cross-border e-commerce pilot zones and its implications for the supplement industry, India's task force to stem unsupported product claims against COVID-19, and more.
A group of researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has developed what they believe is the first probiotic drink made from unsold loaves of bread and has now filed a patent for their creation.
China’s addition of 46 cross-border e-commerce (CBEC) pilot zones will lead to the further influx of imported dietary supplements, with the healthy competition between local and imported goods helping to raise the bar for China’s domestic industry, according...
Probiotics that make immune health claims are garnering consumers’ interest globally, but huge growth was seen in China, with the number of online reviews for such products shooting up by nearly 1,300% in the past two years.