Nutrition Business Journal


Has technology and the “internet of things” reached supplements?

Remember when taking dietary supplements meant opening a bottle of pills and choking them down?

That’s so 2015.

In the fourth quarter of 2015, three companies are launching supplement products that bridge the gap between nutrition and technology. This is notable because nutrition has been largely passed over by the technological advances seen in other industries. The way nutrition disruption looks now is dismantling the food science that brought us synthetic colo

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