Healthy aging consumers are either looking to grow older with their health intact or are looking to address concerns that arise in later life years; both need substantiated, truthful information on product benefits.
Contract manufacturers can help supplement brands ensure their products have efficacious doses by optimizing environmental and processing conditions during R&D and manufacturing.
Identifying the target consumer and marketing effectively are challenges when developing women’s health products.
Product formulators have a host of functional, clean label ingredients and solutions in their toolboxes to create functional bakery products that deliver on consumer expectations.
The increasing involvement of parents in the formula they feed their infant provides opportunities for manufacturers to choose ingredients and differentiate their products in ways that are meaningful to parents.
CBD manufacturers can invest in safety and efficacy studies to establish the usefulness of the hemp-based supplements.
Regulatory models around the world could influence reform of the 25-year-old Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA).