In 2019, the California State Assembly presented legislation that was inconsistent with FDA’s current probiotic policy and regulation, causing confusion for industry and consumers.
The 25th anniversary of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA) raises many questions about the pros and cons of the U.S. law.
FDA has stated all color additives are synthetic, so “natural colors” in cosmetic products must be an inherent color of an ingredient not added for coloring.
SupplySide and Natural Products INSIDER leaders Heather Granato and Jon Benninger look back at the law that spurred large growth in the supplement industry.
Reclassification of the genus Lactobacillus may have people wondering what is happening and why.
Consumers do not need to understand all the details of a labeling program, but they do need to know just enough to understand the value of the label.
Through centuries of scientific discovery, bacteria have gone through a long journey of classification and reclassification.
Brands that “over share” are often not the brands that successfully engage consumers because they are throwing way too much at an audience that likely doesn’t care.
A wheat- and gluten-free coating mix and allergen-free baked breakfast bars are among the finalists vying for the 2019 NEXTY Awards at SupplySide West in Best Allergen-Free Product.