UNPA announces the publication of the UNPA Asia Report, distributed throughout China, Japan and Southeast Asia

Association’s new quarterly journal is inserted in Asiaceutical Insights magazine

SALT LAKE CITY (Feb. 14, 2018) — The United Natural Products Alliance (UNPA) is pleased to announce the publication of a new trade journal, the UNPA Asia Report, which provides dietary supplement market intelligence and trends for the burgeoning China and Pacific Rim natural health products industry, as well as news and market data of interest to the U.S. supplements market.
The UNPA Asia Report is published quarterly as a special section printed in Asiaceutical Insights, a trade publication published in China by Herbridge Media, with distribution throughout China, Japan and Southeast Asia. This special business-to-business section is a regular part of Asiaceutical Insights magazine. Digital versions of the UNPA Asia Report and Asiaceutical lnsights are available for viewing and download at the UNPA website.
“Considering the amount of dietary ingredients, including botanicals, that are imported into the United States, as well as increased activity from Chinese companies in the U.S. via acquisitions and partnerships, licensing and co-packing arrangements and facilities purchases, UNPA thought the time was right to provide a balanced, data-driven communications vehicle to benefit both Chinese companies as well as U.S. companies with an interest in the China market,” said Loren Israelsen, UNPA president.
“Our goals with the UNPA Asia Report are to promote the sustainable development of the natural health products industry in both regions, as well as to facilitate greater regulatory compliance and market access,” he added. “We are pleased to be partnering with Gloria Zhang and her team at Asiaceutical Insights to provide wide distribution of the UNPA Asia Report in China and beyond.”
The publication of the UNPA Asia Report follows the December signing of a memorandum of understanding agreement between UNPA and the China Nutrition and Health Food Association (CNHFA) and the appointment of Beijing-based Daniel Mabey as UNPA’s China general manager.
Articles in the most recent issue of the UNPA Asia Report include:
  • The U.S. market for omega-3 products, and what it means for China
  • The changing nutrition landscape
  • Supplement use among American consumers
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine in the U.S.
  • An overview of the U.S. probiotics market
            … and much more!
UNPA VP of Communications & Industry Relations Frank Lampe, a veteran of industry trade and consumer publishing, heads the editorial team for the UNPA Asia Report. The Report will feature a number of UNPA member companies and MOU partners, with a focus on UNPA’s ongoing efforts to improve regulatory compliance and product quality and transparency.

MEDIA CONTACT: Frank Lampe, VP, Communications & Industry Relations, 720.398.8172frank@unpa.com.
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