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.
Industry veterans such as Canada's Jamieson Wellness, Japan's Genesis Healthcare, and Merck India feature alongside a UK functional beverage start-up and an Indian pharmaceutical firm subsidiary in our latest brand news.
UK beverage brand DRGN (pronounced 'dragon') has set its sights on APAC with its new functional soft drink, which combines ingredients originating from and popular in Asia to target consumers in the region.
Irish brand VitHit expects its upcoming APAC debut to open doors for further expansion within the region for its sole product: a range of six functional bottled beverages developed as a healthy alternative to sugar-sweetened drinks.
A mode of action that explains a new and potentially protective effect of caffeine on the heart could serve as a strategy in tackling cardiovascular (CV) disease and boosting the healthy ageing process.
After more than 10 years guiding the most successful organization of its type within the supplements industry, Adam Ismail has announced he will step down as the executive director of GOED at the end of February.
Leading members of the functional food, supplements, and healthy nutrition industry gathered in Geneva this week to celebrate huge successes ... and find out who won out in the battle to become a winner at the NutraIngredients Awards 2017.
At this year’s Natural Products Expo West, Trace Minerals Research launched a line of supplement straws. The company isn’t the first to play with this concept, but it certainly is one of very few. So what’s the appeal of dipping one’s toes into these...
NutraIngredients is pleased to announce the shortlisted finalists for the 2017 edition of the NutraIngredients Awards, ... with the winners announced at our exclusive awards evening in Geneva on 10th May. Will you be joining us?
A new study indicates that Korean teenagers who regularly consume energy drinks are at “great risk” of mental health problems, particularly when consumed in combination with junk food, researchers claim.