Free and Easy bakes up natural cake mixes
Free-from and vegan brand Free and Easy has introduced a four-strong range of natural cake mixes. The new products are suitable for vegetarians and vegans as well as for those with intolerances or allergies to the 14 most common allergens – including wheat, gluten, dairy, nuts and soya. Using coconut...
Windmill adds to Profusion, Taifun ranges
New from Windmill Organics comes Profusion Organic Kombucha, a lightly sparkling drink created using infused...
Germany’s farming minister warns against ‘quasi-conventional regulation’ for organic
Germany’s minister for food and farming, Christian Schmidt, says that EU law-makers must “acknowledge the...
European organic market maintains double-digit growth
The organic market in Europe continues to maintain double digit growth according to data from...
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...
“Engaging authentically with customers – that’s our big opportunity”
“Engaging authentically with our customers – that’s our big opportunity as independent retailers.” So says Food For Thought owner Alan Martin in a new video interview for Natural Products News.
Video interview: Jay Morjaria
The chef and food writer, Jay Morjaria, was one of the participants at the first...
Video report: Food Roundtable
Check out our video round-up from last week’s Natural Products News Food Roundtable, held at...
Video interview: Jayn Sterland
The beauty industry is in a state of perpetual reinvention, the need for constant innovation...
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