• A Good Guide

    Sean Moloughney, Editor October 1, 2013
    With some Congressional leaders steadfastly determined to defund and/or derail the Affordable Care Act by any means necessary, the future of healthcare in the U.S. remains relatively cloudy.

  • The Future of Aging

    Sean Moloughney, Editor September 2, 2013
    It’s rare when the U.S. is considered an emerging market, but that seems to be the case with nutricosmetics. Well-established in Asia, these ingestible supplements are designed to promote beauty from within, and continue to gain traction in Nor…

  • Omega 3s Won’t Be Derailed

    Sean Moloughney, Editor September 2, 2013
    Supported by a sizeable dossier of clinical evidence demonstrating positive health benefits, omega 3s continue to be an all-star market in the nutraceuticals industry. However, after a large study recently published in the Journal of the National Can…

  • An Obvious Opportunity?

    Sean Moloughney, Editor July 1, 2013
    With more than 52 million Hispanics currently living in the U.S., making up about 17% of the population, the potential benefit from gaining favor with this diverse demographic—from virtually every point of view—is enormous. Data show that…

  • Three Ingredients for Success

    Three Ingredients for Success

    Sean Moloughney, Editor June 3, 2013
    What are the hallmarks of a successful nutraceutical in today’s crowded and competitive marketplace?

  • Control At The Crossroad

    Sean Moloughney, Editor May 1, 2013
    We finalized the majority of our May issue during one of the most tragic and intense weeks I can remember.

  • Non-GMO: The Next Juncture

    Non-GMO: The Next Juncture

    Sean Moloughney, Editor April 1, 2013
    Despite the failure of Proposition 37 in California last November, which would have required labeling for foods containing genetically engineered (GE) ingredients—or genetically modified organisms (GMOs)—efforts to mandate GE food labels…

  • Crisis & Collective Will

    Sean Moloughney, Editor March 1, 2013
    Long-time natural products industry advocate Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA), who co-authored the landmark Dietary Supplement Health & Education Act (DSHEA) of 1994, announced in January that he will not seek re-election in 2014. As chairman of the Sen…

  • Top 10 Trends for 2013

    Sean Moloughney, Editor January 1, 2013
    As we turn the page on 2012, here’s a breakdown of critical issues to consider for the year ahead.

  • Death of a Sales Pitch

    Sean Moloughney, Editor December 5, 2012
    Even though California voters rejected Proposition 37, which would have required labeling of genetically engineered foods, the non-GMO movement is still very much alive, representing growing demand among health-concerned citizens for greater access t…

  • With Change Comes Challenge

    Sean Moloughney, Editor November 1, 2012
    Since 2002 this editorial page has belonged to Rebecca Wright, who recently left Nutraceuticals World to continue a stellar record of service to this industry through other avenues. As I pick up the reins, my thanks go out to her, along with current…

  • All Good Things Must Come to an End…

    Rebecca Wright, Editor October 1, 2012
    With a heavy heart, I am sad to say that this is my last issue as editor of Nutraceuticals World. After more than 13 years with this magazine, I have decided to move on to another opportunity in the nutraceuticals industry. I’ll never forget…

  • All Grown Up... Well, Almost…

    Rebecca Wright, Editor September 1, 2012
    My oldest niece headed off to college last month and she already knows what she wants to be when she grows up. In fact, she told me—without hesitation—she wants a job in the medical research field. Can you believe that? I remember when…

  • Ask the Experts

    Tom Branna, VP/Editorial Director September 1, 2012
    When you’ve got questions and you want answers, you turn to experts. We did just that in this edition of Beauty I&O, with insight from some of the leading medical and regulatory authorities in the industry. Inside, you’ll find article…

  • Beverages: Size vs. Substance

    Rebecca Wright, Editor July 1, 2012
    New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg fired up politicians, journalists, foodies, economists and consumers in June when he proposed a ban on large sodas (16 ounces of any drink that has more than 25 calories per eight fluid ounces). He drew both crit…

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