The practice of dry labbing, or approving test samples without actually doing any tests, has occurred in the supplements industry for years. Now a national TV show on the subject may provide the "seed event" to spur action on the problem.
From healthcare searches to social media feedback loops, it's a whole new buying game in today's supplements market. Education at the Council for Responsible Nutrition's annual conference highlights how companies can build savvy...
For small businesses in the naturals industry, social media is the ticket to growing your product's visibility while saving money. Social media rock star, The Bear & The Rat: Cool Treats for Dogs, shares tips.
Targeting crossover consumers, such as gluten-free and vegetarian consumers as well as new moms and local athletes, helped this successful ski town business get out of a slump in sales due to the sluggish economy.
Latching on to the growth of liquid products was a key part of Pharmachem's plan when it acquired Alix Technologies. Alix conducts contract manufacturing and also offers turnkey formulation services for customers.
Experts offer 5 ways to minimize shrink in your produce section, including staff and customer education, creating an exotics section, stocking in small amounts, keeping it cold and calculating shrink for individual products.
Despite numerous U.S. Food and Drug Administration enforcement actions, steroid sales have now transcended locker room duffel bags and flashy websites festooned with glistening torsos and have moved into the heart of the online commerce world.
Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture released its final Environmental Impact Statement on genetically engineered alfalfa, proposing two options: deregulation or deregulation with geographic restrictions and isolation distances to help reduce...