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Fermented Pea Protein

Nutrasumma launched its new Fermented Pea Protein dietary supplement. A 100% plant based vegetarian source of protein, Fermented Pea Protein is gluten free, non-GMO...

Vitamin Shoppe Sales Plummet 8.3%

Secaucus, NJ – Citing a heated competitive omnichannel retail environment, particularly in the sports supplement category, Vitamin Shoppe posted Q2 sales of $304.8 million...

Third Edition of PLTNEXT Now Available

Morristown, NJ — The third edition of PLTNEXT Global Search for Innovation program, created by PLT health Solutions, Inc. has recently been announced. The...

Whey Protein

Twinlab Corporation introduces its new premium protein 100% Whey Fuel supplement. Instantized, no-blender required mixing powder comes in a four flavors including Cookies &...

Bone Broth Protein

Ancient Nutrition has introduced a new line of Bone Broth Protein that contain 20 g of “gut friendly and paleo-friendly” protein per serving as...
muscle cells

Muscle Cells Respond to Shilajit in Study

New Brunswick, NJ—Shilajit has long been thought to support muscle growth, and new research published in the Journal of Medicinal Food helps explain why. During...
exercise asthma prebiotic

Prebiotic Reduces Exercise-Induced Asthma

Helier, Jersey—New research published in the British Journal of Nutrition offers data suggesting a branded trans-galactooligosaccharide prebiotic complex (B-GOS, Bimuno from Clasado) lessens exercise-induced...

Plant Protein

Nature’s Plus has brought some new plant proteins to natural products shelves. Organic Pea Protein delivers 15 g of pea protein in 75 total...
sports nutrition

Key Updates in Sports Nutrition

Sports nutrition and energy supplements are sure to be some of your best-selling products and important parts of your inventory. According to the Council...
athletic performance

Natural Extract Boosts Athletic Performance in Study

Momence, IL—Athletes looking to get an edge may want to consider looking in an unlikely place: apples and ancient peat. In a recent study...