A petition signed by over 38,000 people demanding that post-Brexit trade deals work for farmers and workers in developing countries has been submitted to the Department for International Trade (DIT).
The latest news from the natural and organic products industry.
The SA is pushing for eight policies to be included in all political parties’ manifestos ahead of the snap general election on 8 June.
The Soil Association (SA) has launched a campaign for greater clarity on beauty product labelling.
The annual European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) report on pesticide residues in food has had an overly positive interpretation by the European body, according to Greenpeace and the Pesticide Action Network (PAN)-Europe.
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust has created its own brand of skin creams – My Trusty – that is free from parabens, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS), preservatives or artificial perfumes.
The UK natural health sector must adopt a unified perspective and agree clear objectives to present to government officials in order to secure the best outcome for industry and consumers in a post-Brexit future.
From busy aisles to packed seminar sessions; celebrity interviews to prestigious awards ceremonies, last week’s Natural & Organic Products Europe event in London was buzzing! Our picture selection offers a flavour of two inspiring and fast-paced days. Look out for NPN’s special Show Review in the May issue.
Natural & Organic Products Europe 2017 welcomes 10,571 attendees
The forthcoming global guidelines for natural and organic cosmetics – ISO 16128 – are not fit for purpose according to industry experts.
Health food retailers saw average customer spend and footfall rise in 2016 but fears over rates and rents and the impact of Brexit have dampened business optimism for some, the latest NPN survey of natural products retailers shows.
Over 150 stores have signed up to this year’s Wake Up To Organic campaign, surpassing the 70 stores involved last year.
The winners of the Natural and Organic Awards Europe 2017 were announced yesterday (Monday 3 April) at the Natural & Organic Products Europe trade show in London.
While NPN‘s reporters are busy writing up news reports from this week’s Natural & Organic Products Europe, our 60-second ‘show highlights’ video will hopefully give you a flavour of this year’s fast-paced and inspirational event.
Public Health England (PHE) has challenged food and drink manufacturers to reduce sugar in their products by 5% this year and 20% by 2020.
The Unicorn workers’ co-op in Manchester is among the three finalists in the Best Food Retailer category of the BBC’s national Food & Farming Awards.
BFree has won the FreeFrom Food Oscar at the 2017 FreeFrom Food Awards
ASDA is to put the Vegan Trademark on 16 of its own-brand products – becoming the first UK supermarket to use this trademark.
The continuing strong growth of the organic sector confirmed by this year’s Soil Association Market Report is reflected at this year’s Natural & Organic Products Europe trade show, which is on track to feature a record number of certified organic products when it opens this weekend on Sunday 2 April, at London ExCeL.
Prominent experts in nutrition and cognitive function explained the importance of diet and nutrients in preventing or slowing cognitive decline at the fourth meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Micronutrients and Health, held at the House of Commons on 14 Mar
Gluten-free foods and fish oil supplements may no longer be available on prescription in England