Nevada Gov Orders Closures of Health Food Stores; NPA Responds

UPDATE April 8, 2020: As of 7:45 AM EST, the order to close health food stores has not been lifted for the state of...

Raw Milk and Weight Loss Supplements Under Fire

Rockville, MD—Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued warnings to consumers about newly popular raw milk and weight-loss supplements. Raw milk is milk...

American Herbal Products Association 2011 AHPA Award Winners

Silver Spring, MD—The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) recognizes individuals and companies making substantive, positive contributions to the herbal product industry each year. The...

Americans Have Higher Bisphenol A Exposure Levels than Canadians

Canada—A recent study found bisphenol A (BPA) levels in Canadians were approximately half the amount of levels discovered in Americans. However, the reason...

To Synthesize or Not to Synthesize – “Nature-Identical” Nutrients

Does the word "synthesize" kindle thoughts of things that are unnatural? The human body synthesizes about 10 billion cells a second, also synthesizing energy billions...

Contract Manufacturer Issues Major Recall of Dietary Supplements

Edgewood, NY—A contract manufacturer doing business as ABH Nature's Products, Inc., ABH Pharama, Inc., and Stocknutra.com, Inc. ("ABH") announced a nationwide recall of all...
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NPA and ABC File Comments to DEA Regarding Kratom

According to the Natural Products Association's (NPA) formal comments to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), "adding kratom to the U.S. food supply could...

Vitafoods Europe and Finished Products Expo 2011

Geneva, Switzerland—Two of the leading industry shows are back for 2011! Vitafoods Europe and Finished Products Expo will return to Geneva from the 10th...

MATS Could Boost Healthy Eating

Canned and jarred goods might be a staple in our pantries and lives now, but emerging technology may soon alter the way we preserve...

Curcumin Shown to Improve Memory

Los Angeles, CA — There may be help for people suffering from memory problems. A new study, conducted at UCLA and published in The American...