Joysa Winter


Joysa has been reporting on the healthy foods and dietary supplements industry for more than a decade. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism and has a master's degree in Hebrew Letters.

Personal Care: OASIS organic-certification programme dead in the water
More than 18 months after OASIS unveiled — under much fanfare — a voluntary organic standard for the US personal-care
Personal Care: How the three organic standards compare
USDA's National Organic Program (NOP) standard:What is it: Congress passed the Organic Food Production Act (OFPA) in
Dr Bronner's sees lawsuit as defence against 'organic' label
In April 2007, Dr Bronner's Magic Soaps filed a lawsuit in California Superior Court, under the state's
Stocks of two natural products companies make Top 20 list
Two natural products companies have earned a spot in this year's World's Top 20 Sustainable Stocks by
Private brands capturing market share
According to Mintel GNPD, nearly 1,800 new US private-label foods have appeared on retail store shelves thus far in
Kellogg adds fibre to popular children's cereal in the US
Kellogg Co., the world's largest manufacturer of breakfast cereals, has begun reformulating its products to add more
Vitamin sales soar in Brazil, but noni ban hits dietary supplement sales hard
According to new research by Euromonitor, vitamin sales in Brazil increased 11 per cent in value terms in
US children's food-advertising initiative has global impact
Three years after launching, 15 of America's largest food manufacturers and food-service companies are now participants
Energy shots surpass $500 million in annual sales, NNB concludes
Less than five years since their conception, energy shots have surpassed an estimated $500 million in annual sales in
In a tight economy, new products need 'benefit-immediacy,' Natural Marketing Institute concludes
Despite optimism for the strength of the natural products industry during this recession and despite record visitors at
PureCircle's 420% spike in Reb A profits largely based on U.S. consumption
Natural sweetener company PureCircle announced this week that it is anticipating a stunning 420 per cent growth in
Blistering report on sunscreen efficacy spells opportunity for the industry
The natural products industry is falling down on the job when it comes to sunscreens. In a blistering new report, the
Inaugural summit lures ingredients suppliers to Brazil
More than 1,000 people attended Brazil's first convention for functional food manufacturers held June 15 and 16 in Sao
Cargill courts bustling Latin American market with new Spanish-language website
Cargill has launched a Spanish-language version of its global texturizing website:
Carbs remain the quintessential comfort food, recession stats show
When the going gets tough, the tough turn to pasta. That, at least, is the conclusion of a recent report by Mintel on
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