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More people in South Korea are buying functional foods and nutraceuticals in order to promote better health and boost their own immune systems, according to the latest reports from the country's major retailers.
Nutrition and healthy eating are increasingly on the agenda for governments throughout the Asia Pacific region. Several major regulatory and policy updates are due to come into effect in 2020, or are expected in the food and beverages industry in these countries.
These days, as the health industry continues to advance and innovate, it's become obvious that the mass-market approach with its "one-size-fits-all" model has largely been unable to meet the "individualized" and "differentiated" demands of health-conscious consumers. Where will the tides of the nutr ...
Consumers in Asia might find that the cost of sugary snacks and drinks get higher and higher over the next few years, as different governments introduce special taxes to encourage their citizens to choose healthier eating options.
A recent study carried out in Japan has reported that among older teenagers who consume dietary supplements, males are most likely to look for sports-enhancing benefits, whilst females are most likely to favor products related to weight-loss.
The amount of protein that athletes should consume daily when they are aiming to increase muscle mass is higher than previously thought, according a new report published by sports scientists from the University of Stirling in the UK.
The 4th Nutraceutical and Functional Food Asia Pacific Summit 2019 ( NFAP), hosted by Duxes, took place at the One Farrer Hotel in Singapore from June 25-26. NFAP 2019 attracted over 150 industry leaders from Asia-Pacific countries including China, United States, Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore to ...
By 2025, the global market for functional foods is expected to reach $275.77 billion. During this period, its annual compound growth rate is expected to be 7.9%.
Consumers say adding animal protein to their diets is healthy and sustainable for the planet, according to a new study from Cargill.
The health and wellness food industry is experiencing growth above and beyond ordinary foods, driven by a shift in consumer preferences toward more natural and functional products. This article will focus on five trends in the health food industry in the future.
Studies of the nutritional needs of young athletes are sparse and often consist mostly of surveys of differences among adolescents. Parents and young athletes need to know that some supplements have been found to contain high levels of pollution and harmful substances. Young athletes need to learn w ...
Many athletes need to adjust their diets to maximize performance and meet the weight requirements of competitive activities. The diets of young athletes require expertise and planning, and nutritional supplements often needed.
With the development of functional foods, probiotics products and new technologies, packaged breakfasts are no longer limited to cereal and yogurt. 2019 will likely see unprecedented innovation, as small startups and large producers alike compete for enormous healthy breakfast market in the U.S.
Duxes hosted the 8th China International Nutraceutical and Functional Food Summit 2018 in Beijing on December 13-14, offering a platform for functional food professionals, including policymakers, researchers, and representatives of major F&B companies, to discuss the unprecedented growth in demand f ...
Due to increasing per capita disposable income, and an aging population, healthcare expenditures in the Asia Pacific region are expected to double by 2050, creating the conditions for a promising functional food market.
Millennial consumers in China have begun paying closer attention to healthy life style regimens, putting health foods such as Jiangzhong porridge, Taitai Oral Liquid and Dongeejiao at the forefront of the market.
A recent report from Complementary Medicines Australia (CMA) reveals that the value of Australia's supplement industry has reached $4.9 billion USD, an almost 70% increase from 2013.