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2009 Hot Herb Directory
By Nutraceuticals World Staff
Published July 1, 2009
A comprehensive listing of suppliers and their latest and greatest herb offerings. Read More »
By Douglas Kalman, PhD
Published January 1, 2009
If FDA gets its way, probiotics and other health ingredients could be reclassified as drugs in the future. Read More »
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
By Rebecca Wright
Published October 1, 2008
One industry's loss is another industry's gain, at least that's usually the case when it comes to pharma vs. nutraceuticals. When big, bad pharma takes it on the chin, nutraceutical companies are usually waiting in the wings to say, "I told you so,"… Read More »
The Best of Times in the Worst of Times
Published December 1, 2007
What a difference a year makes. Last year at this time, the industry continued to undergo an exercise in patience as it awaited the "impending" release of final GMPs. Instead, it witnessed the passing of a new law pertaining to adverse event reportin… Read More »
Reading Between the Lines
Published October 1, 2007
In mid-September, I attended a good manufacturing practice (GMP) seminar organized by the United Natural Products Alliance (UNPA), Salt Lake City, UT. Not only did this seminar offer a comprehensive overview of the regulations, but it also put them… Read More »
The Wild World of Wellness
Published September 1, 2007
The world of wellness touches many markets, not just food and dietary supplements. From massage chairs to household cleaning products to personal care, the desire to maintain a certain degree of "wellness" personally, professionally and within the fa… Read More »
By Erik Goldman
Published July 1, 2007
The value of nutraceutical products should only be communicated if there is a trustworthy supply chain. Read More »
Top 10 Predictions for 2007
Published January 1, 2007
10. It's no secret that consumers have become quite complex. Those that read National Geographic don't necessarily listen to National Public Radio or have an interest in joining the Sierra Club-they might listen to Howard Stern and not have a care in… Read More »
Published March 1, 2006
Tips on Selecting a Contract Manufacturer Read More »
By Rebecca Wright
Published September 1, 2005
Whether companies are involved with suppliments, functional foods, or both, research will become crucial to the bottom line in the future, no matter what. Read More »
Published June 1, 2005
There was no question that Nutritional Laboratories International (NLI), Missoula, MT, would adhere to pharmaceutical standards when manufacturing dietary supplements when it was founded eight years ago. But offering premium manufacturing services to an industry that did not appreciate that level of quality was a risky proposition at the time. NLI's unwavering dedication to quality, however, is really starting to pay off, especially as companies realize the new dietary supplement GMPs are just around the corner. Read More »
By Joerg Gruenwald & Cordula Mueller
Published January 1, 2003
Examining the challenges and possibilities of brining a high-dosage supplement/food to market in Europe. Read More »
Published November 1, 2001
Executives talk about current and future challenges. Read More »
By Rebecca H. Madley
Published March 1, 2001
Antioxidants are in need of a jumpstart to boost flat sales. Read More »
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