NutraScience Labs' Top Posts of 2017
Where has the time gone? Seriously, it feels like we published our best of 2016 post just last week. Ready or not, 2018 has arrived! We’ve decided to start the new year with a look back at our top ten stories of 2017 as chosen by you!
NutraScience Labs’ Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017
From supplement marketing tips to our top predictions - here are our most popular blog posts:
Drawing on more than a decade's worth of nutraceutical manufacturing experiences, "5 Things to Consider When You Launch a Dietary Supplement Company" is a great first step for budding entrepreneurs who want to get a better idea of some of the most basic factors that need to be taken into account.
9 - Answers to the Five Most Common GMP Questions Asked by Individuals Starting a Supplement Company
What is "GMP/cGMP"? What do these regulations mean for supplement brands? How important are they? Sometimes, the simplest questions can be some of the most important - which is why we've wrangled up answers to 5 of the most common GMP/cGMP-related questions that are asked by new supplement brand owners.
How did we do? Did our 2017 predictions hit the mark? Last year we took a moment to shine the spotlight on 10 ingredients, trends, and categories that we felt would have the most significant impact on the year ahead. Part Two (of this two-part post).
You could have the best dietary supplement product in the world, but if it's not connected with customers and an audience, can it really be considered the best? With the help of social media expert and writer Stephanie Lee, we took a closer look at five of the must-consider tips for anyone looking to give their brand's social media game an edge.
Amazon. Are there any industries that they haven't tried to revolutionize? Along with marking the birth of their five product, in-house and responsibly sourced "Elements" dietary supplement line - 2017 marked yet another impressive year for Amazon as a market-dominating, go-to supplement distribution opportunity.
Last year we took a closer look at three promising categories that were shaping up to be big players in the 2018 nutraceutical year. How did we do? Do you think that adaptogens, plant-based proteins, and clean label have kept up their momentum?
For many, the fact that "nutraceuticals" and "pharmaceuticals" are two completely different things (especially in the eyes of the FDA), can come as a surprise. Keeping that in mind, it makes sense that the standards for manufacturing nutraceuticals and those for manufacturing pharmaceuticals aren't one in the same. Do you know the difference?
One ofour most popular blog posts in 2017 (and 2016), this six-step guide offers an introductory (but in-depth) look at what it takes to start a dietary supplement line. From honing your concept and formula to choosing the best packaging - here six tips that you definitely won't want to skip.
As the first half of last year's 2017 prediction series, Part One covered a wide variety of ingredient and industry trends ranging from regulatory and legal concerns to what may have been in store for the herbal ingredients marketplace.
Sliding into the #1 spot, "3 Tips for Successfully Marketing Your Nutritional Supplement Line" highlights three of our favorite tips and tricks for the savvy entrepreneur or modern marketing looking to fuel the success of their latest dietary supplement line.
2018 has just begun! Stay tuned this month as we dive into more of what defined the last year in supplements and nutraceuticals and how those same factors (and some new players) may come to shape the year ahead!
About the Author: Melissa DellaBartolomea
Melissa DellaBartolomea was the resident Content Marketing Specialist at NutraScience Labs from February 2016 to July 2018. Driven by a passion for the world of written, visual, and digital media, she's dedicated herself to keeping up with all things nutraceutical. From ingredient insights to the latest in contract manufacturing regulations and trends, her mission is to provide our readers (like you) with the stories and knowledge they need to fuel long-term growth and nutraceutical industry success.