omegas

Ppublished data indicates that omega-3s can support a healthy mood.

Secaucus, NJ—Industry manufacturers can get their fill of information about nutritional ingredients and raw materials at SupplySide East 2011, May 2–4.

anemia spirulina

Kailua-Kona, HI—A new study published in Cellular & Molecular Immunology offers data indicating that there may be a natural way to address the problem.

weight management krill

Oslo, Norway—A recent study published in Nutrition & Metabolism confirms the hypothesis that krill oil is beneficial to the endocannabinoid (EC) system in humans.

supplier news

News and notes from industry suppliers.

Where can you find informative, entertaining seminars partnered with vital networking connections and four days of excitement? Natural Products Expo West, of course!

Mira Loma, CA—Wakunaga of America opened a new facility, here, at the end of January and held a grand opening ceremony to mark the occasion. The site is Wakunaga’s largest plant expansion in 40 years, and is its third facility in Southern California.

A genetically modified (GM) strain of alfalfa, engineered to survive the application of Roundup herbicide, has been fully deregulated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). In a separate move one week later, USDA allowed farmers to plant GM sugar beets while it finishes working on an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for that crop.

Austin, TX—Whole Foods Market Inc. will now feature animal welfare ratings on meat products in all of its stores. The rating system, created by the nonprofit Global Animal Partnership (GAP), is designed to let shoppers learn more about how animals are treated by a manufacturer.