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Natural Products Industry News Briefs: NutriLeads, BGG, IFF & More

Tofuti participates in Vegan-uary Tofutti Brands, Inc. is participating in Veganuary, a worldwide movement to encourage the reduced consumption of animal products for the month...
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Highlights from SupplySide West 2022

At SupplySide West in Las Vegas from October 31 to November 4, 2022, the WholeFoods Magazine team met with many industry players, getting up-to-date...

PhytoGaia Launches Tocotrienols, Squalene Ingredients

PhytoGaia launches its new ingredients, TocoGaia and STGaia, at SupplySide West. TocoGaia features tocotrienols that support skin nutrition and anti-aging. STGaia combines natural squalene...
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Weekly News Briefs: Gelita, Quinn Snacks, TriNutra & More

NutriLeads reveals consumer insights on immunity NutriLeads BV shared a new consumer insights report revealing changing consumer views on immune health due to COVID-19. FMCG...
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Weekly News Briefs: New Chapter, NJ Labs, and More

NJ Labs reports on FDA warning letters NJ Labs reported FDA warning letters that will be issued to companies that have failed to validate that their...
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Weekly News Briefs: OmniActive, PhytoGaia, Lycored & More

OmniActive Health Technologies announces joint health study results The study results support joint health benefits for its Curcuwin Ultra+, its newest branded curcumin product....
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Study: Tocotrienols Show Benefits for Alzheimer’s Disease

NYC, New York—A study published in the journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics Reports suggests that tocotrienols may improve brain function in Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)....