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Health And Wellness Trademark Review 30 June, 2020

Trademarks are registered and published for opposition with the US Patent and Trademark Office and are published weekly in the agency's Official Gazette.

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US FDA Wants To Improve Communication, Education On Supplements, Cosmetics

Supplement industry stakeholders say proposal could reveal helpful information about consumers’ regard for VMS products. But until the questions FDA will ask in interviews are known, it’s not clear whether the information collection might sow doubt about the products.

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Italy's Supplements Market Gets Big Boost From COVID After Solid 2019

Coronavirus pandemic drove up sales of vitamin C supplements and other immunity boosters in Italy in the opening three months of the year. The strong start to 2020 builds on a solid 2019 for the Italian supplements market.

Italy Dietary Supplements

Stada's Nature’s Aid Submits CBD Novel Food Application

HBW Insight speaks exclusively to Chris Morrey, CEO of Stada's UK Nature's Aid subsidiary, about the company's experiments with CBD and its recently submitted EU novel food application. 

Wellness Dietary Supplements

COVID-19 Drives A Third Of French Consumers Towards Food Supplements

COVID-19 has accelerated a consumer trend towards taking daily food supplements and trying natural health products in France, a recent Synadiet survey finds. 

Wellness Dietary Supplements

Drug Quality Focus On Asia, OTCs Supported By US FDA's Second GMP Data Report

OTCs and other "no-application" products remain a drag on overall quality, agency finds in annual quality report, while India and China continue to pose challenges.

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