Nutrition Business Journal
The future of 'new' ingredients

The future of 'new' ingredients

Novel ingredients give way to novel technologies—think nanotechnology & plant cell culture—as nutrition industry evolves.

If you are in the midst of marketing a new or novel ingredient, it’s likely that you’ve been asked, "Is it an NDI?" The uncertainty of the U.S. Food & Drug Administration's stance on the issue of new dietary ingredients (NDIs) has prompted many nutritional manufacturers to take a second look when considering new ingredients. It's also brought about additional requirements for raw material suppliers in providing greater safety, legal and clinical sup

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