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Product Development Newsletter 2023 V30

In the News

Research reveals nearly half of women are worried their diet won’t support them through menopause.

As the sports and active nutrition market reclaims its glory, which ingredients and products are the champions?

As stress levels continue to escalate, the pressure is on to provide new solutions.

As we increasingly become aware of symbiotic relationships to living organisms on our bodies, it becomes as important to give the native bacteria on the skin a boost to maintain eubiosis – interspecies harmony.

Hair care products continue to reflect the evolving market.

Supplementation with gamma-tocopherol could alleviate premenstrual symptoms (PMS), according to a new study from Japanese researchers.

Creatine monohydrate supplementation may help reduce fatigue in active women, particularly in the high hormone phase of the menstrual cycle, according to a recent study.

Female volleyball players may use beetroot juice supplements after matches or high-pressure training for improved recovery of muscle endurance and pain reduction, according to a recent study.

FSMA Basics Not So Basic for Food Brands – Podcast

FSMA swept in much-needed food safety regulations for U.S. brands, but many companies continue to struggle with foreign import requirements.  In this podcast, Rae Martin, president of Continuum Partner Consulting interviewed by Sandy Almendarez, editor in chief at Natural Product Insider®  discussed:

  • The most common requirement of FSMA that food brands fail to achieve.

  • The essential component that brands need to achieve FSMA compliance.

  • The one thing Martin would change to FSMA if she could

Learn more.

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