Supplier Briefs: July 2011

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced that it has no objection to the safety of Superba krill oil from Aker BioMarine of Oslo, Norway. The agency reviewed animal and human toxicology and clinical research data information about krill oil’s choline-
containing phospholipids.

Domino Foods, Wild Flavors and Sunwin International will collaborate to develop sweeteners and sweetener systems that combine stevia with other natural sweeteners like sugar, brown rice syrup, evaporated cane juice, malt or molasses.

Kailua-Kona, HI-based Cyanotech received the Presidential “E” Award for Exports from U.S. Department of Commerce. The awards honor those “making a significant contribution to the expansion of U.S. exports.”

ESM Technologies of Carthage, MO received the Frost & Sullivan 2011 North American Dietary Supplements for Joint Health New Product Innovation of the Year Award. The firm won for its NEM (Natural Eggshell Membrane) product.  Judging criteria included innovation, using leading-edge technologies, offering value-added benefits, having increased customer return on investment and market potential.

Vitafoods Europe and Finished Products Expo, held in Geneva, Switzerland, from May 10-12, saw a 27% increase in attendance from last year with 10,300 combined attendees. Nutraceutical Business & Technology Awards were given to industry companies in various categories for the first time.

Published in WholeFoods Magazine, July 2011