VENDOR BRIEF PRESENTATIONS

Wednesday, September 27 | 11am-4pm
Thursday, September 28 | 11am-Noon

SupplySide VendorBrief Presentations are one of the most effective ways to learn about new and innovative ingredient technologies. These exhibitor-sponsored presentations are devoted to ingredient-and service-specific science, applications, formulation and marketing and are free to all attendees.

Wednesday, September 27

11-11:50am
Location: Booth VV110

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1-1:50pm
Location: Booth WW110


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VENDORBRIEF: Adding Life to a Stagnant Joint Health Category

2-2:20pm
Location: Booth VV110


This presentation includes a review of the joint health market, including:

  • a discussion on the multiple joint health ingredients available on the retail shelf
  • the challenges formulators and marketers face when creating joint health products.

New research conducted on NEM® eggshell membrane in a healthy population opens up new possibilities for claims language, and in combination with its previously published trials, builds a strong foundation for a successful joint health formula.

2-2:50pm
Location: Booth WW110


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VENDORBRIEF: Mythocondro® Non-Animal Chondroitin Sulfate: Recent Research Update

3-3:20pm
Location: Booth WW110


Mythocondro® is a non-animal chondroitin sulfate (CS) of fermentation origin that guarantees:

  • Very low protein content (unlike animal CS) and homogeneous structure similar to human chondroitin found in synovial fluid
  • Once-a-day dosage alternative to larger CS pills that need to be taken 2 times a day
  • Demonstrated biological activity and established safety profile with published clinical trials.

VENDORBRIEF: Current Opportunities and Future Prospects of Colostrum in Gut Health

4-4:20pm
Location: Booth VV110


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Thursday, September 28

VENDORBRIEF: Seaweed (Green Alga) Rhamnan Sulfate Is Indicated in Cardiac, Immune Support

11-11:50am
Location: Booth VV110


Rhamnan sulfate is a sulfated polysaccharide extracted from a green alga, Monostroma nitidum Wittrock; which, along with other types of seaweeds, has been commonly eaten for thousands of years by the Japanese people to help sustain their health and longevity. Koji Suzuki, Ph.D., will present on how rhamnan sulfate may support healthy blood clotting activity and immune function.

VENDORBRIEF: Natural Sweeteners and Colors: The Supply Chain Matters

11-11:50am
Location: Booth WW110


Consumers are demanding more natural products, leading the food and beverage industry to shift to natural flavors and colors. Unlike synthetic materials, it is much harder to provide consistent product from a natural source. Variations in growing and harvesting conditions, purification processes and more can result in wide variations in the flavor or color, which in turn can result in wide variations in finished products. Learn how to better control your natural supply chain.