Sports Nutrition

New rules of HFSS foods risk damaging the sports nutrition industry, claimed ESSNA

Sports nutrition at risk from HFSS guidelines

By Gwen Ridler

Poorly defined restrictions on products high in fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) in the Government’s obesity regulation efforts could risk damaging the sport nutrition industry, the European Specialist Sport Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA) claims.

Sales of sports nutrition are set to grow by 9% by 2018

Claim, set and match

As competition in the burgeoning sports category hots up, how do you ensure your brand stands out against the background of European health claims regulation? asks Paul Gander

ESSNA pledges to strong-arm those who don't abide by the rules

Campaigning body's vow to police sports nutrition

By Gary Scattergood

A sports nutrition campaigning body is "stepping into the void" to police the sector, pledging to take a zero tolerance approach against those who put consumers at risk by flouting EU composition regulations.

Some Member States want a soft landing for sports foods

Spin the bottle

By Paul Gander

Debate about the future EU regulation of sports nutrition is intensifying. Paul Gander asks what impact different outcomes might have on innovation.

Muscling in

Muscling in

The sports nutrition sector continues to expand and seek out new markets; a growth accompanied by important new research developments in Europe and the US, says Paul Gander


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