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Jan/Feb 2015 Issue
Last Updated Saturday, January 31 2015
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Pharmachem Laboratories
265 Harrison Avenue
Kearny, NJ, 07032
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Innovative Food Processors, inc. (IFP)
2125 Airport Drive
Faribault, MN, 55021
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604 Jeffers Circle
Exton, PA, 19341
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Federal Equipment
8200 Bessemer Ave
Cleveland, OH, 44127
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Krill Education Campaign Harvesting Hearts & Minds
Marketing effort designed to educate industry and the public about sustainability of omega-3 source. Read More >
Growing Demand for Beauty From Within Products
About 72% of women who buy natural and organic beauty products believe in the concept of ‘beauty from within.’ Read More >
Foods for Special Medical Purposes: An End to the Confusion?
The EU Commission plans to revise current legislation to clarify which foods fall within this category. Read More >
Nutrition’s Growing Role in Fighting Inflammation
Scientific understanding of how to address inflammation through dietary strategies may help to control many chronic diseases. Read More >
Comax Flavors Reveals Flavor Trends for 2015
Flavors in each of the four collections are versatile and can be used in a variety of food and beverage applications.
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Slideshow: Top Hydrophilic Foods
Keren Gilbert, MS, RD, ranks the top hydrophilic superfoods to quench thirst and hunger.
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Slideshow: 8 Ways Zinc Affects the Human Body
Zinc is one of the most important essential trace metals.
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Industry must work with Congress to defend against the illegal marketing of anabolic steroids as dietary supplements.
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It’s no easy task for 14 researchers to reach consensus on public recommendations.
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It is important to use standardized extracts, and to ensure that strict guidelines on good agricultural and collection practices are followed.
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Many consumers are looking for a more holistic way to boost their immunity.
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Vilification of fortified and reformulated products runs contrary to consumer demand for healthy convenience.
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