Monthly archives for February, 2017

Patent Granted for Natural, Edible Cleaning Solution

Patent Granted for Natural, Edible Cleaning Solution

Last month a U.S. patent was granted for an all-natural, safe, non-toxic, edible, disinfecting solution. The product is designed to quickly clean objects such as pacifiers, eating utensils, and mouth ...

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Creatine Shot Energizes Innovation in Sports Nutrition

Creatine Shot Energizes Innovation in Sports Nutrition

Researchers at AnaBio Technologies have developed a microencapsulated form of creatine. Unlike traditional creatine powder, the encapsulated form is stable in water and acid. This allows it to absorb into ...

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Certification Overload: Market Demand or Result of Non-Compliance?

The sports nutrition sector makes up a large part of the dietary supplements market. Besides certification of GMP compliance, organic, vegan, and GMO free, there is an increasing trend for ...

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Possible U.S. Soap Regulation Changes

Possible U.S. Soap Regulation Changes

Soaps are perhaps one of the most widespread consumer products. They are used in industrial applications, by businesses, and in the home. Products with soap functions include toothpaste and shampoo. ...

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Health Canada to Assess GMP Compliance with 23 NHP Site Visits

Health Canada to Assess GMP Compliance with 23 NHP Site Visits

Health Canada’s Regulatory Operations and Regions Branch (RORB) announced their new Compliance Monitoring Program (CMP) for NHPs last week. The program is part of efforts stemming from a recent commitment ...

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Eco-Friendly, Refillable Deodorant is Switching Things Up in Personal Care Products

Eco-Friendly, Refillable Deodorant is Switching Things Up in Personal Care Products

The average consumer throws away approximately 800 deodorant bottles in their lifetime. Switch Fresh has patented a new style of deodorant packaging to solve this problem. It is the first ...

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