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The Nutrigenomics Logjam
By Joanna Cosgrove
Published June 21, 2010
It’s got the promise and the financial backing so why hasn’t the nutrigenomics industry taken off? Read More »
Published June 9, 2010
Greens powders—made from wheat grass, alfalfa, kelp, spirulina, leafy vegetables and other chlorophyll-containing ingredients—were recently tested by ConsumerLab.com, White Plains, NY, for potential contamination with heavy metals and pesticides. Read More »
Published September 1, 2008
Zhejiang Medicine Company, Ltd. (ZMC), Zhejiang Province, China, has received verification from the U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) that the company’s D-alpha tocopheryl succinate, D.L alpha tocopheryl acetate and D-alpha tocopheryl acetate ingredients… Read More »
Published September 1, 2008
Stonyfield Farm, Londonderry, NH, has received gluten-free certification for several products. The Gluten Free Certification Organization (GFCO) reviewed recipes, ingredients and testing procedures, and conducted a thorough on-site inspection before… 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 »
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 »
It's a Jungle Out There
By Rebecca Wright
Published July 1, 2007
The melamine scandal is an event that will be remembered for years to come as one that changed not only how the ingredient industry operates, but also how consumers view the industry at large. Think of it as an event that helped unveil the ugly side… Read More »
By Robert Green
Published April 1, 2006
Answering important questions about quality. 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 »
Published April 1, 2005
Examining the latest offerings and news from packaging and equipment suppliers. Read More »
Published January 1, 2005
Case Study: Nutritional Laboratories International Business Description: Nutritional Laboratories International (NLI), Missoula, MT, is a privately-held contract manufacturer, which services the dietary supplement industry. Theme: NLI’s… Read More »
By Rebecca Madley-Wright
Published January 1, 2004
Technological advancements have been critical to the survival of these dosage forms. Read More »
By Dr. Mitchell May
Published October 1, 2002
Exploring the challenges and issues contract manufacturers face. Read More »
By Greg Williford
Published May 1, 2002
There are several issues to consider when delivering nutraceuticals in any of these formats. Read More »
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