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Supplement industry news and updates – March 2020Supplement industry news and updates – March 2020
Inside the Bottle brings you the latest supplement industry news in this monthly roundup.
March 19, 2020
As cases of COVID-19 spread across the globe, U.S. regulatory agencies respond to false product claims surrounding the outbreak with a wave of company warning letters. Read more at NaturalProductsInsider.com...
Personalized nutrition is set to transform the sales channel picture for dietary supplements, but the bulk of purchases are expected to happen online–leaving brick-and-mortar retail spaces behind. Read more at Nutrition Business Journal...
The third-party supplement and food verification and certification organization now tests for more than 700 potential contaminants, including GMOs, glyphosates, pesticides and heavy metals. Learn how ISURA certification provides more accountability in the natural health industry, better products and informed choices at ISURA.ca.
While commercial advertising tends to lump all probiotics together, the reality is that probiotic bacteria come from a number of different species, each boasting different benefits. Head to probiotics.com to learn what’s out there, the different role each species can play and much more.
Consumers’ buying decisions are increasingly based on a broader world view of how their purchases impact people, labor practices, the environment and even economies. Transparency and sustainability top the list for consumers. And it’s also becoming an important part of a company’s business practices. Read about OmniActive Health Technologies' comprehensive approach.
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