Natural product company news of the week

Natural product company news of the week

A roundup of announcements from natural product companies this week, including new supplements from Nature's Bounty and Jarrow Formulas, and an acquisition for Diana Food.

Texas-based Herbal Papaya is starting a new line of organic products featuring green papaya fruit. It's also introducing a new sister company this year called Herbal Graviola, which will focus on the up-and-coming superfruit graviola (also known as soursop, guanabana and Annona muricata). 

AIDP announced that PreticX, its range of XOS (xylooligosaccharide) prebiotics, has received Certified Organic verification. PreticX is a new prebiotic XOS (xylooligosaccharide) that is Non-GMO Project verified and is a versatile and stable ingredient for use in both supplements and food products.

Family Flora from America's Naturals, a prebiotic and probiotic supplement, is now available in Target stores nationwide. Until now, Family Flora products were only sold online.

Jarrow Formulas, a formulator and supplier of nutritional supplements, announced the introduction of three new gummy products: Theanine Gummies, MK-7 Gummies and Ubiquinol QH Gummies.

Nature's Bounty has added two new products to its product lineup: Active Mind (using ingredients such as Citocoline, L-theanine and caffeine to support mental clarity, focus and performance) and Energy Gummies (a unique herbal blend combined with B-12 and green tea).

As nutpods continues to expand nationally at retail and continues to grow online, it is also now Whole30 approved, joining 43 other products in the Whole30 group.

Diana Food acquired Nutra Canada, a company that manufactures small fruit and vegetable extracts. By providing preferential access to production areas for cranberry and other small fruits, an integrated production process and a portfolio of clinically proven active ingredients, this operation will strengthen Diana Food’s position as a key actor in the area of health supplements based on natural fruit and vegetable extracts.

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