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Tablets & Capsules July/August 2021 32I nutra news MHL and DSM to partner on science-backed cannabinoid consumer products BROOMFIELD, CO—Mile High Labs (MHL) and Royal DSM (DSM) have entered into a broad commercial partnership that will combine MHL's cannabinoid ingredients and finished products manufacturing expertise with DSM's nutritional solutions. The part- nership will create a platform for con- sumer product companies to innovate and deliver novel consumer goods and will also result in the development of hemp-derived cannabinoid production solutions. DSM customers will have access to MHL's portfolio of specialty cannabinoid ingredients, rapid R&D and prototyping capabilities, formu- lation knowledge, and manufacturing, packaging, and distribution infrastruc- ture. MHL customers will gain access to DSM's science- backed product port- folio with structure-function data to support health-benefit product claims. Ingredient Transparency Center adds three companies to CSA SPRING, TX—The Ingredient Transparency Center's Collagen Stewardship Alliance (CSA) added Bioiberica, Mibelle Group Biochemis- try, and Stratum Nutrition to its list of supporters. CSA stewards the collagen category through source/origin trans- parency, mitigating marketplace confu- sion, identifying and promoting prod- uct quality parameters, and protecting ingredient and product integrity. AHPA revises herbal dietary supplement labeling guidance SILVER SPRING, MD—The American Herbal Products Associa- tion (AHPA) revised its labeling guid- ance for herbal dietary supplements, covering updated nutrition labeling requirements for dietary supplements. The guidance is available for free to members. The guidance provides an overview of applicable federal labeling requirements to help members and the broader herbal supplement industry understand and comply with the law. Trinity College Dublin launches NatPro Centre DUBLIN, Ireland—Trinity College Dublin has launched the Trinity Centre for Natural Products Research (Nat- Pro), which seeks to advance research and innovation of naturally derived products. The center is based at the college's School of Pharmacy and Phar- maceutical Sciences and will combine the multi- and interdisciplinary aca- demic, regulations, and commercial expertise of the NatPro staff and Prin- cipal Investigator network. Cannabis capsule market to grow 17.9 percent annually through 2027 VANCOUVER, BC—The global cannabis capsule market is expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 17.9 percent through 2027, accord- ing to a report by Data Bridge Market Research. The therapeutic benefits of cannabis and the progress in the legal- ization of cannabis will drive market growth. The North American sector in particular is accelerating owing to the legal advancements of cannabis for with our Co-Processed Multifunctional Excipients Simplify Labels and Enhance Compressibility Download From INNOPHOS.COM NEW WHITEPAPER!

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