Product makers listened to consumers, demanding new delivery formats, and new options are coming to market. Millennials and Generation Y consumers are driving transformation in dosage forms by incorporating supplements that also tout convenience.
FDA’s interpretation of DSHEA’s allowance for structure-function claims is especially nuanced in the case of inflammation supplements.
Suppliers can repurpose production byproducts viewed as waste into usable ingredients, getting more nutrition and value out of sources such as grains, fruits and vegetables.
Novel delivery formats are evolving for supplement makers, offering full sensory potential but also challenges with consistent ingredient amounts.
Consumers are demanding that companies take on global environmental problems with good business practices. One way dietary supplement manufacturers can make substantiated and sincere sustainability claims is through the use of sustainable...
Natural products industry needs to seize the COVID moment and assume an expanded role in the future health of people and planet.
Brands with protein products are reaching a broader consumer base via creative marketing strategies such as social media and microsites.
Too much hemp stored in the barns, too many brands on the market, too little regulatory certainty (and misguided when it does get released). Buckle up!