The ocean offers a bounty of benefits for health-conscious consumers.
Guidance policy recommends manufacturers of liquid herbal products clarify if products were manufactured using alcohol.
Consumers have come to view ‘natural’ product claims as gimmicks.
Companies need to be attentive to drivers and motives of varying demographics.
The varied needs of women offer unique entry points to many of the largest and fastest growing condition-specific markets.
Mr. Lane became interested in using food as a healing tool in the 1960s when facing a health challenge.
Coop and the Swedish Environmental Research Institute examined what happens when switching from conventional to organic food.
Ancient grains, clean labels, gluten-free options and convenient, on-the-go products appeal to today’s consumers.
New product offerings support childhood nutrition at various stages of development.
Why ‘close to nature’ ingredients are gaining steam in the health and wellness category.
Despite attentive label reading practices, survey indicates parents may be unknowingly giving kids unwanted ingredients.