While interpreting research accurately and conducting studies without bias continues to be a challenge, when done right, credible science helps take the supplement industry to the next level. Here, Inside the Bottle's industry pros break down the importance of nutrition science.
for themselves and for their patients, according to a new survey from Trust Transparency Center (TTC). In the 2019 Registered Dietitian Insights Survey of 200 U.S.-based registered dietitian nutritionists, 66% of RDNs stated they recommend both food and supplements to their clients and 70% personally take supplements four times or more per week.
The American Herbal Products Association has revised its free labeling guidance for herbal dietary supplements to cover updated nutrition labeling requirements for foods and dietary supplements, and it’s scheduled to take effect Jan. 1, 2020. Here’s what you need to know to be prepared for the year ahead.
Raw materials, the foundation of the supplement industry, now represent $6.3 billion in annual sales. Nutrition Business Journal’s senior analyst digs into the numbers and explores trends and opportunities defining the future of raw materials.
It’s critical that retailers stay informed about condition-specific options, especially during key times of the year. Natural Foods Merchandiser visited one store to test the staff’s knowledge on the immunity category and help others in the industry understand how to talk about the category.
Inside the Bottle unites companies from across the supplement supply chain to advocate for a transparent, collaborative supplement industry that supports consumer health empowerment.