Botanicals & Herbals

Seaweed swell: European interest turns tide in superfood’s favour?

Previous studies have shown seaweed to have antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties. ©iStock/Torsakarin

Long considered a staple food in the Far East, seaweed and algae may finally be making gains in Europe with consumers eager to sample a nutritionally superior food with strong sustainable qualities.

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EU botanical health claims: Plant-based dialogue finally blossoming?

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Indena’s DNA authentication program raises the bar for quality and traceability

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Belgium drafts supplement guidance for four nutrients … but is it right?

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NAXA head launches five new single-ingredient trade associations

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Mazza Innovation: ‘We want to change the way bioactives are extracted’

Thumbs down: EFSA panel rejects claims for joint functioning and sperm DNA damage

Thumbs down: EFSA panel rejects claims for joint functioning and sperm DNA damage

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“Frutarom in a cup”: Firm showcases functional drink solutions as acquisition integration begins

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Cranberry effective against recurrent UTIs: Meta-analysis

Among the wide variety of vegetables that expereince nutrient content change during the ripening processes, tomatoes and peppers are the most popular examples. ©iStock

Device adds portability in finding peak nutrient content of ripening veg

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