vitafoods

Geneva, Switzerland—Vitafoods Europe and Finished Products Expo 2010 drew 2,100 visitors to the Geneva Palexpo center from May 18 to 20. The show featured some 500 international exhibitors from several industries, including nutraceuticals, cosmeceuticals and functional foods/drinks.

supplier briefs

Acquisitions, new launches, new partnerships, awards, new initiatives and more.

technology for retailers

If your cash register is a glorified calculator and your Web site has been stagnant for the past year, you are probably missing out on some important opportunities for reaching customers.

natural foot care

It’s the middle of sandal season and finally feet are getting a break from the constraints of high heels and dirty sneakers. Some feet, though, are looking a little worse for the wear at this point. Thankfully, there are a number of natural ways to get your tootsies looking clean and beach-worthy. 

technology for retailers

If your cash register is a glorified calculator and your Web site has been stagnant for the past year, you are probably missing out on some important opportunities for reaching customers.

men's health

Sometimes, the smallest things in life can cause the biggest amounts of trouble. Such is the case in the men’s health arena. The prostate, a gland that is just the size of a walnut, is the source of tremendous health problems in many men. With more than 50% of men in their 60s and nearly 90% of men in their 70s having an enlarged prostate, it is important for men to practice good preventative care with respect to prostate health (1).

gmp report card

If you’re a supplement manufacturer, the date June 25, 2010 may be etched into your memory. It’s the date by which all supplement makers must comply with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s good manufacturing practices (GMPs) guidelines for dietary supplements.

technology for retailers

If your cash register is a glorified calculator and your Web site has been stagnant for the past year, you are probably missing out on some important opportunities for reaching customers.

Monsanto

San Francisco, CA— On Monday, June 21, the Supreme Court overturned a controversial ban on the genetically modified alfalfa seeds created by U.S. biotech company Monsanto. In a 7-1 vote, the Court reversed a previous ruling by a federal appeals court judge in San Francisco that barred Monsanto from selling seeds due to their resistance to the popular weed killer Roundup.