With supply chains in 80 countries that employ 300,000 people, the company can make a difference to end poverty, hunger and more, per Randy Kreienbrink, VP of marketing.
The societal trend of personalization extends to health and wellness, with brands capitalizing on consumers seeking individualized nutrition and supplement plans.
Organic agriculture is well established, but regulations vary by country, meaning close inspection of ingredient sources is essential to meeting compliance.
A second round of guidance about essential industries during the COVID-19 outbreak brought needed clarity to scores of industries.
Congress’ historic bill providing support for ailing businesses across all industries includes bridge loans for companies to meet payroll and other expenses, something firms in the natural products industry can and likely will take advantage of.
COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) fears, risk of massive recalls and misunderstanding of GMPs underscore the importance of transparency between supplement brands and their contract manufacturers.
Personalized nutrition programs lean on the latest technologies and delivery formats to give consumers what they’re asking for—tailored plans for healthy aging and chronic disease avoidance.
As life expectancy is on the rise, so, too, is the consumer’s focus on personal health and solutions to address mind-body harmony.
Latest federal COVID-19 guidance designates a wide range of critical goods and services as “essential” in the face of rising restrictions on business operations.
FDA will move forward with “for-cause inspection assignments” if they are deemed “mission-critical,” FDA commissioner Stephen Hahn, M.D., announced Wednesday in a statement.