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Newsmakers: Sourcing Botanicals in the Wake of COVID-19

August 2020
--- With the world’s attention on health and immunity, the supplements industry is going strong. However, the increased demand for supplements in combination with disrupted supply chains has led to a heightened risk for ingredient adulteration. In the face of shut borders across the globe, Spain-based ingredients supplier Euromed has increasingly shifted its new product development focus from global to local, deep diving into locally sourced Mediterranean extracts and the benefits they can provide.
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