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Euromed: Premium Standardised Botanical Extracts
A pioneer in pharmaceutical-grade botanical extracts, EUROMED, founded in 1971 by the phytopharmaceutical company MADAUS and now with DERMAPHARM Group, is a vertically integrated, leading producer of premium standardised extracts and natural active ingredients.
Wellness versus Comfort: Trends that are at odds in new CBD launches
Two innovative beverage launches are combining CBD with vitamins in a bid to address consumer concerns around physical and mental welfare during the global pandemic.
Is lab-grown the way forward for meat & dairy? New issue of just-food out now
Inside food is now just-food and our latest issue is out now, looking at developments of cultivated meat & dairy in the US, uncertainty around CBD products and much more.
Food science needs more publicity to fund scientific innovations
Food science funding is an important factor often neglected in terms of media coverage, and therefore it can be overlooked or misunderstood by consumers and the general public. Some key examples are Solein and Air Protein.
Organuary may be the solution to modern day health and environmental issues
A controversial campaign, Organuary has recently been launched and will be challenging Veganuary, where consumers are encouraged to avoid meat-based products for the month of January. Instead, this campaign will try to encourage consumers to eat outside of their comfort zone and incorporate offal and alternative cuts of meat into their diets.
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