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Cosmetic And Personal Care Weekly Trademarks Review: 16 August

Personal care and cosmetic product trademark filings compiled from the Official Gazette of the US Patent and Trademark Office, Class 3.

Cosmetics Cosmetic Ingredients

Inflation, Supply Chain And Private Label Pressures: Consumer Health Leaders Talk ‘Big Picture’ Challenges

OTC drug and dietary supplement companies continue to face significant economic and competitive issues in what continues to be a highly volatile operating environment. Here we’ve culled takes from top execs at Sanofi, Bayer, J&J, P&G and other leading players, provided during recent sales and earnings presentations.

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Health And Wellness Weekly Trademarks Review: 9 August

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

Dietary Supplements OTC Drugs

Survey Shows Europeans Supplement Responsibly, Favor Vitamin D Especially

The majority of European consumers use dietary supplements and do so responsibly, a recent survey by industry association Food Supplements Europe shows. Reflecting a common concern for well-being and immunity, vitamin D is the most popular supplement ingredient, followed by vitamin C and magnesium. 

Europe Wellness

European Health Crisis Driving Consumers Towards Self-Care – Stada Report

European consumers are increasingly turning towards self-care options, research by Stada Arzneimittel shows. Especially in the areas of stress, sleep and mental health, they are seeking out alternatives to conventional medicine, such as dietary supplements, and support from new health technologies, like digital health apps.

Europe Health

Over The Counter 8 Aug 2022: The ‘Dos and Don’ts’ Of EU Supplement Innovation, With Mihai Inceu

In this episode, HBW Insight talks to regulatory expert Mihai Inceu about the challenges of innovating in Europe’s thriving food supplements market. Senior regulatory affairs officer at consultancy firm Jensen R+, Inceu highlights some of the issues companies face in putting new wellness products onto the European market, particularly if they want to make health claims for herbal ingredients, also known as botanicals. As well as giving good advice about how to avoid getting into trouble with regulators, Inceu also points to some of the latest trends in this dynamic consumer health space.

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