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Probiotics Help Prevent Metabolic Syndrome

Metabolic syndrome is in the health records of 50 million Americans, according to the American Heart Association. One is considered to have this disease...

Lutein Trial Offers Hope for Retinitis Pigmentosa Patients

Parsippany, NJ—The April issue of Archives of Ophthalmology included some interesting research in which patients with retinitis pigmentosa benefited greatly from lutein and vitamin...

SOPs Help Available from AHPA

Silver Spring, MD—The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) now offers more than 50 modifiable templates for manufacturing standard operating procedures. AHPA’s Good Documentation Practices:...

Supplier Briefs, June 2010

BioPerine, a black pepper ingredient from Sabinsa Corporation of East Windsor, NJ, now has self-affirmed GRAS status. The company also announced that its manufacturing...

White Papers on WholeFoods Magazine Online

Several new white papers are now available to download on www.wholefoodsmagazine.com/
white-papers: • “How to Avoid and Respond to FDA Warning Letters: Guide for U.S. FDA-Regulated...

Grocery Briefs: June 2010

Holly’s Oatmeal of Torrington, CT now is featured at the InterContinental New York Barclay’s Natural Power Breakfast buffet. Boulder, CO-based Justin’s, maker of all-natural nut...

Summer Fancy Food Show Moves to Washington, D.C.

New York, NY—The Board of Directors of the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade (NASFT) has made a unanimous decision to move the...

Opposition to “Sin Taxes” Is Strong

Asbury Park, NJ—Results from a national poll released by Rasmussen Reports show that 56% of Americans oppose a tax on soft drinks and junk...

Confusion about Celiac Disease and Food Allergens Prevails, Says Survey

HomeFree, maker of organic, allergen-free, whole grain cookies based in Windham, NH, released the results of a nationwide survey revealing that America is confused...

Supplier Briefs: May 2010

At the end of March, Sabinsa Corporation inaugurated its new corporate headquarters in East Windsor, NJ. The new site boasts a 33,800-ft2 building that...

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