Navigation Links
WellGen Recognized as Nutraceutical “Innovator” by Global Business Insights
Date:11/18/2009

de natural product solutions to many of the healthcare challenges faced today.”

The report identifies Medical Foods as a potential growth area for the future; commenting that “The medical foods market should be a lucrative place to market products as these products are often reimbursed and high margin.” According to the report, opportunities for medical foods are increasing for a number of reasons:
•   Food technology has advanced to provide for better tasting and better texture medical foods
•   Following its launch, there is an opportunity to expand the consumer base of a medical food based on benefits that are relevant to other populations
•   Advances in science will continue to link additional diseases to diet and nutrition

The report identifies that innovative players like WellGen are transforming nutraceutical development by conducting “pharma-like” research in order to demonstrate the value of their medical food products. Through this approach, WellGen “may be able to publicize more of the research they have undertaken to establish the nature of the effect of the nutraceutical in treating, preventing or curing a disease state”.

The report notes that these innovative start-ups will be attractive acquisition candidates to significant strategic players. “Key Players and Innovative Start-Ups in Nutraceuticals” specifically states, “The technology to support this process of extraction and testing of novel nutraceutical compounds is only now becoming a reality and has driven the growth of a number of companies that are adopting a biotech approach to nutraceutical development. It is likely that this trend will continue and grow, with the smaller innovative companies of today offering acquisition and licensing opportunities for the largest food and ingredients companies in the near future.”
'/>"/>

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2009 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved  

Page: 1 2 3

Related biology technology :

1. WellGen, Inc. Launches Te Ame(TM) Nutritional Supplements With Proven Health Benefits of Proprietary Black Tea Extract
2. Dr. Roddy Carter Named President and Chief Executive Officer of WellGen, Inc.
3. WellGen, Inc. Names Robert M. Hellauer as Chief Financial Officer
4. WellGen, Inc. Names Nancy E. Rawson, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer
5. Argonne Recognized for "Green Computing" in 2009 HPCwire Readers' and Editors' Choice Awards
6. Internationally Recognized Bioenergy Experts Convene in Sacramento
7. BioTrends Research Group is Recognized by the Philly 100 for the Second Consecutive Year
8. Two University of Southern California Innovators Recognized by Technology Reviews Prestigious TR35 Listing of the Worlds Top Young Innovators for 2009
9. B. Braun Medical Inc. Recognized by Industry for Manufacturing Influential Medical Devices
10. Techne Corporation Board Member Recognized
11. Leaders in Health Literacy Recognized by the Partnership for Clear Health Communication at the National Patient Safety Foundation
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
Related Image:
WellGen Recognized as Nutraceutical “Innovator” by Global Business Insights  
(Date:8/28/2014)... an electronic which is not only based on ... spin and the spin-related magnetism. Spin-charge converters enable ... vice versa. Recently, the research group of Professor ... Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz in collaboration with researchers ... the first time realised a new, efficient spin-charge ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... Sterlitech is proud to announce that it is ... of products . These additional products increase the ... filters with surface charges. , “We have ... membrane process testing equipment, and correspondingly, a wider demand ... Sterlitech President Mark Spatz. “The addition of Synder ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... Earlier this month, a report was created ... U.S. Air Force on the performance of vehicles using ... type of fuel made from mustard seeds, offered great ... America’s Eco friendly future. In fact, every branch of ... independent of foreign oil over the next few years. ...
(Date:8/27/2014)... Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 27, 2014 ... $6 million in Series B funding and secured Otter ... and investment capital will accelerate commercialization of GGI’s Agriplier™ ... multiple crop types. , “Since our first meeting, ... commitment to the biological product space,” said Alan Sobba, ...
Breaking Biology Technology:A new, tunable device for spintronics 2A new, tunable device for spintronics 3Sterlitech Corporation Enhances Its Selection of Flat Sheet Membrane Filters 2Can Small Farmers and a New Seed Based Biofuel “Green” the World? Major Universities and Even the U.S. Air Force Seem to Think So 2Can Small Farmers and a New Seed Based Biofuel “Green” the World? Major Universities and Even the U.S. Air Force Seem to Think So 3Can Small Farmers and a New Seed Based Biofuel “Green” the World? Major Universities and Even the U.S. Air Force Seem to Think So 4Can Small Farmers and a New Seed Based Biofuel “Green” the World? Major Universities and Even the U.S. Air Force Seem to Think So 5Green & Grow Inc. Secures $6M Series B Funding from Otter Capital 2Green & Grow Inc. Secures $6M Series B Funding from Otter Capital 3
... 11, 2011 MabVax Therapeutics, Inc., a privately held ... vaccine and antibody based therapies to address the unmet ... has received the Phase 2 portion of the Small ... Institute (NCI) under the agency,s Streamlined Non-competing Award Procedures ...
... The advancements of our electronic age rests on our ... A to point B, through circuitry. Doing so requires ... and solar cells, and that task falls to semiconductors. ... Pennsylvania,s schools of Engineering and Applied Science and Arts ...
... N.Y., April 8, 2011 VIGILAIR Systems, ... was instrumental in a newly published, and first of ... in patient Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI) with the application ... Care Unit (NICU). The published article , ...
Cached Biology Technology:MabVax Therapeutics Receives $1.8 Million in a Phase 2 Small Business Innovation Research Program Award From the National Cancer Institute 2MabVax Therapeutics Receives $1.8 Million in a Phase 2 Small Business Innovation Research Program Award From the National Cancer Institute 3Penn research advances understanding of lead selenide nanowires 2Penn research advances understanding of lead selenide nanowires 3Newly Published Study Shows Dramatic Reduction in Hospital Acquired Infections 2
(Date:8/28/2014)... German . ... the help of sophisticated assembly lines. Mobile assembly carriers, on ... of these assembly lines. In the case of a car ... arranged in a precise spatial and chronological sequence, resulting in ... The creation of such an assembly line at molecular level ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... Broeker, the first person to alert the world to ... to be captured and stored underground. He says that ... is the best way to avoid global warming getting ... Broeker (Columbia University, New York) made the call during ... Iceland, where 150 scientists are meeting to discuss Carbon ...
(Date:8/28/2014)... and more action is needed to ensure safeguards are ... Published in PLOS ONE , researchers from Monash ... meta-analysis - combining results from different studies - to ... these areas, to determine whether they actually protect biodiversity. ... said protecting an area from human exploitation made common ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Nanoscale assembly line 2Nanoscale assembly line 3Global warming pioneer calls for CO2 to be taken from atmosphere and stored underground 2Protected areas proven to protect biodiversity 2
... Aquaculture production of seafood will probably remain the ... according to an assessment published in the January 2009 ... S. Diana of the University of Michigan at Ann ... harmful effects of aquaculture, the technique may, when practiced ...
... Yan Liu imagine and assemble intricate structures on a ... DNA molecule, a versatile building material offering near limitless ... issue of Science , Yan and Liu, researchers ... of Chemistry and Biochemistry, reveal for the first time ...
... Hopkins neuroscientists has worked out how some newly discovered ... with the brain. The report appears online this week ... are a small number of nerve cells in the ... in the retinarods and conesmelanopsin-containing cells are not used ...
Cached Biology News:Aquaculture's growth seen as continuing 2The gold standard: Biodesign Institute researchers use nanoparticles to make 3-D DNA nanotubes 2The gold standard: Biodesign Institute researchers use nanoparticles to make 3-D DNA nanotubes 3Bright lights, not-so-big pupils 2Bright lights, not-so-big pupils 3
CHIMAERIC HUMAN IgA2 ANTI NP...
... The Zero Background/Kan Cloning ... with kanamycin resistance for selection ... vector utilizes positive selection to ... contains all of the reagents ...
RABBIT ANTI RAT AQUAPORIN 5...
The Light Diagnostics Calicivirus Genotype 1&2 Typing OligoDetect assay is applicable for the qualitative detection of calicivirus RNA generated by an in-house validated in vitro nucleic acid amplifi...
Biology Products: