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March 2015 Issue
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March 2, 2015
ConsumerLab.com indicates multivitamin and weight loss supplement use declining.  Read More »
Alternative Proteins to Claim a Third of the Market by 2054
February 27, 2015
Shifts in supply and demand will significantly change the food and agriculture landscape, according to Lux Research.  Read More »
February 27, 2015
Increasing demand for health products fuels demand, according to Future Market Insights report.  Read More »
February 26, 2015
Scientists argued early stage dementia patients could miss out on a potentially effective treatment.  Read More »
February 26, 2015
Study illuminates mechanistic role for nutrients in affecting behavior and psychiatric disorders.  Read More »
February 26, 2015
Mouse study suggests common food additives may play a role in obesity and other health issues.  Read More »
February 25, 2015
Indiana University study revealed green-lipped mussel product may help reverse muscle inflammation.  Read More »
February 25, 2015
Study finds direct correlation between low vitamin D levels, glucose metabolism.  Read More »
DSM Explores Cultural Differences in Yogurt Consumption
February 23, 2015
DSM's report revealed 53% of the consumers surveyed are eating more yogurt than ever before.  Read More »
February 23, 2015
Consumption of healthy foods has improved, but been outpaced by increased intake of unhealthy foods.  Read More »
February 23, 2015
Global failure to tackle obesity epidemic demands new ways of thinking, according to experts.  Read More »
February 23, 2015
Some pills, gels and drinks didn’t contain amounts of aloe listed on labels.  Read More »
February 20, 2015
Association mobilizes industry stakeholders and consumers to call, e-mail and tweet requests for study data.  Read More »
February 20, 2015
Natural carotenoids will gain popularity due to consumer preferences for natural goods and growing health awareness.  Read More »
February 20, 2015
Caramel color byproduct 4-methylimidazole may be carcinogenic.  Read More »

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