6 Steps to Help Cut Sodium in Product Formulations

The average American consumes 3,400 milligrams (mg) of sodium every day. These levels are nearly 50% higher than the 2,300 mg limit set by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Local Ingredient Sourcing Gains Popularity

The U.S. Department of Agriculture identified local and regional food systems as one of four pillars to revitalize the rural economy, create jobs, and improve access to fresh, healthy food for millions of Americans.

Dietary Supplements Regulatory Updates Amid COVID-19

Whether it’s the impact on the economy, the latest number of cases, or predictions about what’s coming next, it’s impossible to escape the pandemic.

Supplements Caught in Trade War Crossfire

After years of silence, tariffs came out of retirement last year when President Trump levied them against trade allies and rivals alike. In 2018, Trump launched the global trade war with 25% tariffs on all steel imports and a 10% tax on aluminum...

Still in Love with Summer

In “To Kill a Mockingbird,” Scout Finch waxes nostalgic about summer.

Summertime and the Dressings (and Sauces) are Easy

The dressings and sauces market doesn’t get a lot of love. But it’s on the verge of breaking new ground as it muscles its way into the mainstream.