Major new store opening for Liverpool
A 10,000sqft organic and natural food store will open in Bold Street, Liverpool in March.
Nush creates nut milk yoghurts
Artisan British brand Nush has produced a unique range of dairy- and soya-free yoghurts using...
My Natural Smile launches with online store
New London start-up My Natural Smile has launched its online store offering natural and organic...
Pukka founder turns herbal tea recipes into coffee table book
A beautifully illustrated new book by Pukka Herbs co-founder and herbalist, Sebastian Pole, has just...
Breaking the age barrier
Diane Millis discovers how the senior health category now needs to cater to various life stages, attitudes and expectations (more…)
Basic store cupboard ingredients are still money-spinners in the natural food world. Holly Bourne peers...
Getting a rise
It’s the home baking ‘season’, so now’s time to create a stir and encourage your...
Below the belt
As evidence builds that good gut health is crucial to overall good health, Kate Miller...
Let bodily fluids and solids (and food) be thy medicine
Craig Sams imagines the health farms of the future where ‘super healthy’ humans are raised. Until just over a decade ago the missus and I would go to Shrubland Hall Health Clinic up in Suffolk, where we’d enjoy vegetarian food, bracing country walks, massage, pilates and other healthful activities and...
Let’s seize on Brexit as an opportunity to legalise good nutrition and outlaw bad food,...
Let’s get the message out – organic is different
Organic September is just days away – hopefully to be marked by spectacular organic marketing...
Let’s hear it for the Jimi Hendrix (and brown rice rissoles) experience
It’s 1967. The Summer of Love. Jimi Hendrix is blaring from the speakers – and...
Video interview: Jayn Sterland
The beauty industry is in a state of perpetual reinvention, the need for constant innovation and ‘newness’ unquestioned. To some extent that’s true for the natural and organic beauty sector too. But just how sustainable is that relentless quest for the new? Not very, according to Jayn Sterland, MD at...
Video: 2016 Natural Beauty Roundtable round-up
Check out our video round-up of last week’s 2016 Natural Beauty Roundtable event, here at...
Video: Both sides now
Shaun Higgs, operations director at Viridian Nutrition, is quickly finding out what life is like...
Video interview: Phil Haughton
This summer Bristol-based retailer Better Food Company opened its third store in the city, in...
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Michael Wale is a writer and broadcaster with a particular interest in food and farming. He is a regular contributor on radio and TV and writes for the Financial Times and The Times.
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Elisabeth Winkler is a journalist, food blogger (as Real Food Lover) and publicist. She is a former editor of Living Earth magazine and regular speaker and conference panellist
Organic and Fairtrade brand specialist
Simon Wright is the founder of OF+ Consulting. A former technical director at Green & Black’s and Whole Earth he is one of the foremost brand advisers to the natural and organic sector.
Communications manager and children’s food campaigner
Catherine Fookes is campaign manager for the ‘Organic. Naturally Different’ campaign and kids events co-ordinator for the Abergavenny Food Festival
Business Coach and Speaker
John Silvestro started his career in the 1980s as a health foods retail consultant. Since then he has become an acclaimed business coach and speaker, having worked with consumer-focused companies in Britain, the USA, Canada and South Africa.
Freelance writer, editor and project manager
Political affairs commentator
Christopher Whitehouse is MD of leading political and communications consultancy www.whitehouseconsultancy.co.uk and is an adviser to Consumers for Health Choice and the European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance.
Jim Manson is Editor of www.npnews.co.uk and Editor-In-Chief of Diversified Communication UK's natural and organic publishing portfolio. He’s written widely on environment and development issues for specialist magazines and national media, including the Financial Times, The Guardian, The Times, Time Out and World Bank Urban Age.
Deputy Editor, Natural Products Magazine
Jane Wolfe is deputy editor of Natural Products News. Having previously worked for the magazine as a sub and freelance journalist from its Steyning beginnings, before leaving to live in Greece, she couldn't resist re-joining NPN in 2013.
Diane is Acting Editor of Natural Products News. She is an experienced magazine editor (and past editor of NPN), author of several books on eco-friendly living, and has many years of experience working on policy and partnerships in the conservation sector.
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