Dietary Supplements

Asia’s unquenchable demand for Australian supplements

Asia’s unquenchable demand for Australian supplements

By RJ Whitehead

With growing middle-classes, ageing populations and a voracious appetite for Australian products, Asia is providing fertile territory for Australian complementary health brands. A raft of free-trade agreements can’t hurt either.

Blame game: Supplements have been fingered once more for a doping infringement but are the facts surrounding the case contaminated?

On the spike: The curious case of a contaminated sports supplement

By Shane STARLING

‘Don’t take sports supplements, they can’t be trusted’ was the takeaway message from Welsh track stars Rhys Williams and Gareth Warburton after the recent UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) tribunal agreed steroids got into their blood streams via contaminated sports...

China's draft food safety law will open door for supplements exporters

China

New draft law is a step in the right direction for supps exporters

By RJ Whitehead

A recent draft reform of China’s Food Safety Law, which is now available for public comment, is a great improvement for supplements exporters who have been increasingly frustrated at the time and expense required to gain certification in the country. 

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.   

Indian nutraceutical market booming: Report

Indian nutraceutical market booming: Report

By Ankush Chibber

India’s nutraceutical market is booming, but food manufacturers will have to pay heed to growing trends of fortification and customisation to truly unlock the value, a white paper has said.

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.

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