Fake news, spammy content and disinformation plagued the web in 2018. So much that misinformation was named the word of the year by Dictionary.com. Google is now stepping in to do something about it. Read on to see what’s in store for 2019.
Many marketers’ wonder; if we know an ingredient has been used medicinally for centuries why are we restricted from talking about the natural benefits today?
Misbranding issues can halt the growth of a company. The costs to rectify issues across many mediums such as websites, packaging and promotions is hefty.
FDA commissioner announces the formation of dietary supplement working group. Expect more enforcement for supplements, functional foods including CBDs.
Yesterday World Market sent out a seemingly innocent email to promote the sale of Torani Syrups from Italy. Hours later an apology was sent out.
It’s been almost 15 years since the NOP started restricting the use of the term ‘organic’ on packaging and labeling. It’s been even longer since the term ‘healthy’ was defined and regulated by the FDA.Now the FDA is looking at the term ‘natural’. Here’s why.
Most of us are masters of our own universe when we present and engage in person. However, things can change dramatically when we are online.