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NewsBite Podcast (July 13-17): “Industry players weigh up virtual SHIFT20, COVID-19 temporarily bolsters European interest in supplements”

 20 Jul 2020

This episode of NutritionInsight’s NewsBite podcast reports on SHIFT20, IFT’s virtual trade show. Highlights include a presentation about the keto trend and a clinical trial from Comet Bio, as well as interviews with Rousselot, Faravelli and Kemin. Meanwhile, COVID-19 developments include French consumers placing a greater emphasis on their health. 

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Highs and lows? Industry players weigh up virtual SHIFT20

Danone US$114m investment ramps up Specialized Nutrition segment in China

COVID-19 temporarily bolsters European interest in supplements

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