INSIDER's Steve Myers talks to researcher Jonathon Tremblay, Ph.D., University of Montreal, about the latest research on maple syrup, muscle bioenergetics and recovery hydration at the 2nd Annual Maple Symposium.
In this podcast interview, former U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) reflects on the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA), whether the law is in need of reform and the concept of a mandatory product registry.
Active muscles have higher energy needs, which are sustained by increased blood delivery of nutrients and oxygen. Many athletes and active consumers are looking for supplemental ways to enhance blood flow for greater benefits, including muscle...
May 07, 2019
Japanese consumers value presentation and unique flavors, which could lend inspiration for products launched throughout the globe, according to GreenPurse PR’s Lisa Mabe.
The advancement in sugar alternatives’ taste profiles have advanced so much in the last decade that they quench consumers’ sweet desires without the negative consequences of sugar. In this podcast, a market research expert and two global...
INSIDER's Steve Myers talks to Navindra Seeram, Ph.D., University of Rhode Island, about the science behind maple in human health at the 2nd Annual Maple Symposium.
May 01, 2019
Is the supplement industry giving consumers what they want?
A new RTE bean brand offers traditional flavors and nostalgia with better-for-you ingredients, explains Ibraheem Basir, founder and CEO, A Dozen Cousins.
Apr 26, 2019
Download this Formulator's Resource to learn how shifts in attitudes are driving product innovation.