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CRN: Consumer Survey Reaffirms Consumer Confidence, Trust in the Industry

Washington, D.C.—For the fourth year in a row, nearly three-quarters of Americans (73%) report taking dietary supplements, according to the 2020 CRN Consumer Survey from...

Expo West 2021 Rescheduled

Anaheim, CA—New Hope Network announced that Natural Products Expo West 2021, which had been scheduled for March, is being rescheduled to May 24-27, 2021,...

Overcoming Obstacles to an Agile Food Supply Chain 

As the COVID-19 pandemic exploded in the U.S. over the spring, weak points in our food supply chain became all too obvious. Bottlenecks and...

Vitamin D Sufficiency Linked With Better COVID-19 Outcomes

Boston, MA—COVID-19 patients with a blood level of 25-hydroxyvitamin D—a measure of vitamin D—of at least 30 ng/mL, had a significantly decreased risk for...

IRI Launches Two Additions to Its COVID-19 Insights Dashboard

Chicago, IL—IRI has announced the launch of the IRI CPG Channel Shift Index and IRI CPG E-Commerce Demand Index as additions to its COVID-19...
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Many Codex Alimentarius Meetings Cancelled Due to COVID-19 Fears

Even well into this year, the COVID-19 pandemic has created and keeps creating scheduling and rescheduling challenges for the Codex Alimentarius Commission. The first...

ELI Codes: New Innovation Boosts Safety, Spreads Information

It started with a phone call from a doctor—or rather, the expectation of one. “Within a month of the start of the COVID crisis,” said...
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The Trade Show Dilemma 

There are many industries that continue to be impacted by COVID-19; some will be changed or possibly eliminated for good. B2B trade events, conferences...

IPA: Probiotics Crucial During Pandemic Microbe-Phobia

Los Angeles, CA—Social distancing could be preventing vital microbe exposure, according to the International Probiotics Association (IPA). “We are living in strange times,” said Jessica...

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to COVID-19

Chicago, IL—Vitamin D deficiency may raise the risk of getting COVID-19, according to a retrospective study performed by researchers at the University of Chicago. "Vitamin...