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October 13, 2014
Women who had a healthier diet were 13% less likely to have a cerebral infarction than those whose diet was not as healthy.  Read More »
October 13, 2014
Research highlights changing attitudes about fats and oils.  Read More »
October 13, 2014
Beef and chicken, followed by fish, top the list of animal proteins considered the best, according to an NPD Group report.  Read More »
October 13, 2014
Major food and beverage companies answering demand for lower calorie products.  Read More »
October 6, 2014
From probiotics in Asia to ‘naturally healthy’ in the West, dairy will benefit from a wholesome image.  Read More »
October 6, 2014
Brief addresses a motion related to Bayer Healthcare’s advertising claims for a probiotic supplement.  Read More »
October 3, 2014
Tea saw consumption growth of 62 billion liters between 2008 and 2013.  Read More »
October 2, 2014
OEHHA to consider AHPA's informative, consumer friendly label warning.  Read More »
October 2, 2014
Meal-replacement foods showing strong growth; absence of ingredients in snacks more important than the addition of them.  Read More »
October 1, 2014
Conventional retailers expanding their health and wellness offerings.  Read More »
September 29, 2014
Emerging markets drive growth while developed markets offer innovation hotspots.  Read More »
September 25, 2014
Growing consumer awareness and focus on health and well-being drive global category.  Read More »
September 25, 2014
GrandViewResearch report predicts the global market for fish oil will reach $3.3 billion by 2020.  Read More »
September 25, 2014
Water and other lower-calorie beverages are expected to grow significantly.  Read More »
September 25, 2014
Agency changes four rules proposed in 2013.  Read More »

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