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.

Dr. Oz's right-hand man on weight loss & supplements 2
The brains behind the Dr. Oz franchise dishes about the best nutrients with which to supplement your diet.
Despite mixed research, antioxidants business is booming
According to A. Elizabeth Sloan, anthocyanins, carotenoids, and resveratrol have recently become mass market opportunities. In 2010, 26% of consumers were aware of the health benefits of polyphenols/resveratrol, and 24% were aware of the benefits of flavonoids.
MidEast becoming influential region in personal care
Per-capita spending on personal care products is up 13% in the United Arab Emerites.
Less than a month remains to give FDA comments on aspartame-milk petition 6
Do parents need to know that their kids' milk has aspartame in it?
How 'Star Trek Science' is changing sweeteners 1
Check out this excerpt from the 2013 edition of the NBJ/Engredea Monograph: Sweeteners.
6 new natural products
New natural products
The World's Best Ingredient Distributors and Brokers
For product manufacturers, here are profiles of some of the most reliable supply partners out there
India proves strong competitor in supply market
India's economy is booming and increasing safety concerns with products coming out of China could shift the tides in favor of India-based suppliers.
44% of Americans want more fiber products, says study 1
How to define fiber, and precisely how much fiber a person needs, are all matters open for debate. But there is one statement about fiber with which virtually everyone agrees: Most Americans don’t get enough of it.
Whole Grains Council stamp boosts product sales 1
Seven years after launching, the Whole Grains Council “Whole Grain Stamp” appears on more than 7,500 products in 36 countries.
Agave nectar sales gaining 8% a year
In 2010, the alternative sweeteners netted $1.2 billion. By 2020, sales are predicted to hit $1.6 billion.
What Coors Light's frosted blue liner can teach the food industry
Building a strong food brand can be done by finding the answer to a few simple but important questions.
10 wheat alternatives for your food products 8
What are some of the gluten-free grains that food manufacturers can use instead of wheat? Here are 10 to try.
Ancient grains flavor up gluten-free formulations
A quick snapshot of the history and types of ancient-grain ingredients options for making gluten-free breads.
Why do some natural businesses fail and others grow? 3
Natural Products Expo East brings together some of the best minds in the industry who all wondered the same thing last week: What is it that makes brands grow, even during a recession?
New in Supply
Feb 11, 2016
Nutrition Business Journal

The supplements opportunity in Asian markets

China's middle class is growing at the rate of a new Australia every year. Can that wealth be tapped by outside supplement companies?...More
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