Dietary Supplement

Kenneth Hartigan-Go is behind the previously sleepy FDA's new-found vigour

Pinoy FDA targeting non-English labels

By RJ Whitehead

In the wake of a major recall of toxic South Korean noodles from shelves across the country, food regulation authorities in the Philippines are now actively seeking to target imported products that do not contain English translations of ingredients on...

Food retailers must face up to online in China

State of the industry

Food retailers must face up to online in China

By Richard Whitehead

According to China’s National Bureau of Statics, consumer goods sales between January and September this year totalled $2.4 trillion—an increase of 14.1% over the same period in 2011.   

Giant Shanghai ingredients show expresses Asia's healthy evolution

On the road in China

Giant Shanghai ingredients show expresses Asia's healthy evolution

By Shane Starling in Shanghai

For someone more acquainted with ingredients expos in Europe and the US, walking around the vast halls of Food Ingredients Asia-China (FIC) in Shanghai today made me realise what a small percentage of the continent's nutrients industry fills those...

China's dietary supplements market needs full regulatory reform to realise growth

Industry Insight

Dietary supplements market China: overhaul needed

By Kacey Culliney

China’s vast yet underdeveloped dietary supplements market needs a full regulatory reform to realise true growth through a transparent and open marketplace, according to an industry expert.

Chr Hansen inks Japanese probiotic-plant extract deal

Chr Hansen inks Japanese probiotic-plant extract deal

By Shane Starling

Danish probiotics giant Chr Hansen says its just-announced alliance with a Japanese botanical supplement maker will yield plant-probiotic combination food supplement products on European and global markets kicking off in Q1 2012.

Regulations need to be strengthened for Indian nutraceuticals market

Regulations need to be strengthened for Indian nutraceuticals market

By Ankush Chibber

Local industry and government must cooperate to develop policies and regulations to ensure safe and sustainable nutraceutical products, Simon Pettman, executive director of the International Alliance of Dietary Supplement Associations (IADSA) has said.

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