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Supplier Briefs: August 2014

Sami Labs, the manufacturing wing of Sabinsa Corporation, based in East Windsor, NJ, received two awards from Pharmexcil, a ministry established by the Government...

Supplier Briefs: July 2014

Investment firm Highlander Partners, L.P. sold SensoryEffects to Balchem Corporation of New Hampton, NY, for $567 million. Sabinsa Corp. of East Windsor, NJ, now has...

Neptune Opens Krill Oil Plant, Launches New Products

Laval, QC, Canada—Neptune Technologies and Bioressources announced the opening of their reconstructed krill oil plant in Sherbrooke, QC, which can produce 150 metric tons...

Study Finds Pycnogenol Improves Psoriasis Symptoms

Hoboken, NJ—New research may help improve psoriasis symptoms including redness, skin hardening and flaking without side effects and improve the effectiveness of standard psoriasis...

New Study Further Substantiates Krill’s Lipid-Lowering Effects

Oslo, Norway—A recent study suggests that the omega-3s in krill are successful in reducing high blood triglycerides.   Researchers from Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet and the University...

Tocotrienols Thwart Progression of Brain Lesions

Edison, NJ—White matter lesions (WMLs) of the brain that partially obstruct blood flow are associated with problems like stroke and cognitive decline and could...

June Tradeshow Focuses on “Inside Matters”

New York, NY—Ingredient Marketplace (formerly SupplySide MarketPlace) is coming to New York City’s Jacob Javits Center early this month, June 2–3. Before the exhibit hall...

FDA Prohibits Nutrient Content Claims for Omegas

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is standing by its 2007 proposed rule that denies certain nutrient content claims for foods and supplements that...

Supplier Briefs: June 2014

The Natural Algae Astaxanthin Association (NAXA) received analytical testing results from a leading antioxidant testing laboratory showing “artificial astaxanthin produced from petrochemicals has vastly...

Supplier Briefs: May 2014

The global Earth Hour movement encourages individuals, communities, and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour on March 29 to demonstrate...

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