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by Publication repost, on Apr 09, 2020

PUBLICATION REPOST l FOOD BUSINESS NEWS BY By Jeff Gelski

KANSAS CITY — The marketing runway looks long for the use of cannabidiol (CBD) in foods and beverages. Now, regulatory agencies, especially the US Food and Drug Administration, need to give a greenlight by providing more guidelines and rules. The FDA recently said it did not consider CBD, a hemp extract, to be Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) for use in foods, beverages and supplements.

Food and beverage companies looking to expand in the hemp/CBD space also will want to work with reliable ingredient suppliers, meaning those having worked in foods and beverages and those having their own reliable network of hemp farmers.

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by Publication repost, on Mar 16, 2020

There’s nothing quite like the scent of a eucalyptus forest after an extended dry spell is broken by rain – everything smells so clean and fresh!

Eucalyptus trees, more commonly known as gum trees locally, are the predominant genus of trees in Australia. Australia has over 600 species; comprising nearly 75% of our flora.

Some species of eucalyptus, such as mallee, can survive in incredibly dry and hot conditions; others are quite at home in below freezing temperatures.

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Topics:Essential Oils

by Publication repost, on Feb 20, 2020

Publication Repost l Author Candy Industry

3D Studio is equipped with innovative precision technology capable of printing thousands of pieces at a time while retaining a hand-made appearance.

Barry Callebaut Group has launched the world’s first personalized 3D printed chocolate at scale, through its global decoration brand Mona Lisa.

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by Publication repost, on Feb 12, 2020

PUBLICATION REPOST l the Conversation Don’t underestimate the power of your nose. It makes our everyday eating experience pleasant and interesting and it warns us of spoiled food, corked wine and the dangers of gas and smoke. It evokes strong emotional reactions, influences sexual attraction and can be used as a sensitive analytical instrument.

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Topics:Fragrances

by Publication repost, on Jan 02, 2020

PUBLICATION REPOST l Food Business News, Author Eric Schroder

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by Publication repost, on Dec 04, 2019

REPOST l Cosmetics & Toiletries 

Browsing a cosmetic counter, searching online or tuning into home shopping networks, one cannot help but notice the ever-increasing number of cosmetic and personal care products purporting to be green, natural or organic that are obviously targeting the rapidly growing environmentally conscious consumer and spa markets. Entire sections of exhibitions and trade shows have been dedicated to

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Topics:Fragrances

by Publication repost, on Nov 07, 2019

REPOST AUTHOR l Happi.com Christine Esposito, Associate Editor
 
From flosses to paste formulations that tackle key issues and contain unique ingredients like hemp seed oil and cacao, oral care brands are pulling out all the stops to garner consumers’ attention in this category that straddles the line between health and beauty.
 
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by Publication repost, on Oct 30, 2019

Author l Happi.com

Market intelligence agency Mintel has marked “Sub-Zero Waste“ as a critical trend set to impact global beauty and personal care markets in the coming years.

The zero waste philosophy is gaining momentum as more consumers are affected by natural disasters and dwindling natural water resources. Better informed consumers will no longer tolerate egregious waste like the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a direct consequence of years of indiscriminate abuse of single-use plastics.

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by Publication repost, on Oct 29, 2019

 

The public will have 60 days to comment on the new regulations.

 
Photography by Canna Obscura on Shutterstock
 

The Trump administration has announced new interim regulations for hemp production, giving growers some much needed clarity.

In December, Congress passed the 2018 Farm Bill, legalizing the production of hemp. Since then, producers have been waiting for the USDA to establish a national regulatory framework that would guide hemp production. The new interim rules will come into effect Thursday and will provide guidelines about hemp testing and licensing requirements.

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by Publication repost, on Oct 17, 2019

Repost from Wholefood Magazine l Author  Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS aka The Nutrition Myth Buster™

The vaping crisis has caused a lot of people a lot of angst. 

I’ve even had some ex-smoker friends of mine who are weaning off cigarettes using devices like the Juul say to me—kiddingly, I hope—that they would be better off going back on cigarettes!

I can certainly understand the fears. We’ve all heard the terrible stories of the strange lung illnesses that are showing up that appear to be associated with vaping— not to mention the reports of deaths (all of which we’ll get to in a minute, so stay with me). If you vape—i.e. use any electronic device that vaporizes nicotine, THC, CBD, etc.—you’re understandably scared.

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