13 June 2021 by Avis Favaro, CTV News (Canada)

Professor Nolan and Dr. Prado-Cabrero’s work on supplements highlighted on CTV News Canada.

A study found a number of eye health supplements do not contain the necessary levels of essential nutrients as advertised on the label.

10 June 2021 by Mary O'Neal, The Hot Desk (Ireland)

Professor John Nolan joins Mary O'Neill on The Hot Desk to discuss the establishment of Supplement Certified.

In a bid to offer transparency to the nutritional supplement industry, Professor John Nolan and Dr Alfonso Prado-Cabrero and their colleagues at WIT have established ‘Supplement Certified’ an independent scientific certification for assessing product label claim. John explains how it came about.

16 May 2021 by Marita Moloney, Newstalk (Ireland)

Professor John Nolan discusses the importance of independent quality assurance in the food supplement market.

Professor John Nolan from Waterford Institute of Technology joined Alive and Kicking with Clare McKenna to discuss his research and outline his mission to bring certification and regulation to the sector

13 May 2021 by Nikki Hancocks, Nutraingredients (UK)

'Supplement Certified' created to enforce carotenoid and omega-3 quality control

Professors at the Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT), Ireland, have established an independent scientific certification for assessing product label claims in a bid to improve trust and transparency in the carotenoid or omega-3 markets.

5 May 2021 by Waterford Institute of Technology (Ireland)

WIT launches ‘Supplement Certified’ the first nutritional supplement quality and stability standard in an otherwise underregulated industry.

In a bid to assist and offer transparency to the circa 2 billion nutritional supplement industry, Prof John Nolan and Dr Alfonso Prado-Cabrero and their colleagues at WIT have established ‘Supplement Certified’ an independent scientific certification for assessing product label claim.