A 10,000sqft organic and natural food store will open in Bold Street, Liverpool in March.
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Brighton-based ethical supermarket hiSbe is close to securing a second store site in the city.
Babies without eczema or egg allergies, should be introduced to peanut-containing foods alongside other solid foods according to new clinical guidelines from an expert panel sponsored by the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). The guidance is aimed at aid health care providers and was prompted by emerging evidence that eating peanut-containing foods […]
Nature & More is to mark organic fruit and veg with Natural Branding, a marking method which removes the need for packaging or stickers.
A new campaign is seeking a VAT cut on all foods and drinks with a reduced/low/free from added sugar/sugar free/low or no calorie claim.
An EU grant worth €10.4m has been secured by the Organic Trade Board in partnership with Organic Denmark, to support a campaign to promote organic food.
Diane Millis has joined Natural Products News (NPN) as acting editor for a six-month period, with effect from the March issue.
A new peer-reviewed study has found that exposure to an ultra-low dose of Roundup herbicide in rats causes non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
The Gluten Free Industry Association (GFIA) has been formed to support companies involved in the manufacture and trade of gluten free products.
Two thirds of women experience bloating. “It’s not normal.” Says Patrick Holford, who has launching a campaign in March to beat the bloat.
The Soil Association and Organic Trade Board will have an even bigger joint presence at this year’s Natural & Organic Products Europe event (2-3 April 2017, ExCel, London).
The Royal Voluntary Service has opened a hospital shop with a difference – a “dietary specific shop” under the brand name Revi
Scientists from Japan have found that supplements containing EGCG – a polyphenol found in green tea – may help with weight management.
Scientists in Edinburgh have shown eating a Mediterranean diet – rich in fruit, vegetables and olive oil – is associated with slower brain shrinkage in older age.
Trusted traditions, plant-power, waste not, time sensitive, the night shift – these are the big food trends to watch for in 2017, says food industry analyst Mintel.
More than a third of consumers are now actively engaged in “purposeful purchasing” when they shop, a new survey funded by Unilever has found.
The free-from food sector grew by 18.9% in 2016 to be worth £772.2 million according to new figures from Nielsen.
The EU should increase investment in organic agriculture and use it as a field ‘laboratory’ for the development of sustainable and healthy food production.
An antibacterial agent widely used in hand soaps could be helping microbes like MRSA beat powerful antibiotics, US scientists have warned.
Household cleaning products and certain categories of personal care products will escape the UK’s ban on microbeads, environment campaigners have warned.