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IRI Launches CPG Inflation Tracker, COVID-19 Resource

Chicago, IL—The CPG industry continues to change amid the COVID-19 crisis, and to help CPG manufacturers and retailers navigate, IRI has launched its new...

Nielsen: Retail Pricing Analytics Brings Stability to Unstable Pricing Landscape

New York, NY–Nielsen Global Connect announced the rollout of its Retail Pricing Analytics application tools. This application can help bring stability to an unstable...

Sales of Organic Produce, Private Label Up During COVID-19 Crisis

New York, NY–New reports fueled by Nielsen data show how COVID-19 is impacting consumer purchases, with organic produce and private label showing gains. Organic Produce Total organic...

AHPA Reports Supply Chain Issues to USDA

Silver Spring, MD—The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) has reported a range of supply chain issues to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), according...

FDA Resources: Food Safety & COVID-19

Washington, D.C.—The U.S. food supply remains safe for both people and animals, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) assured in an announcment on March...

Coronavirus Effect on Supply Chain: “Make Plans and Be Prepared”

Gary Nowacki, CEO of TraceGains, has told WholeFoods previously that anywhere from 20-70% of a given company’s ingredients may come from China—TraceGains customers source...

Supplements’ Weakest Link

Any chain is only as strong as its weakest link, and that’s certainly true in the dietary supplements and natural products universe. And when...
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Impact of Coronavirus on Supplement Industry “Very, Very Serious”

The coronavirus is spreading—and its spread is hitting the natural products industry. Some facts on the virus, according to CNN: Coronaviruses are a group...

Five Truths from 2019 to Turn into a 2020 Advantage

A Greek philosopher noted that “The only constant in life is change.” Over two millennia later, a French writer said: “The more things change...