Delegates at the Royal Society of Medicine have heard that the true extent of pesticide use is at odds with the claims of the pesticide industry.
The latest news from the natural and organic products industry.
The majority consumers struggle to identify a single portion of fruit or veg, according to survey results from the National Charity Partnership.
Suranga Herath, CEO of English Tea Shop, publishes ‘top tips’ on how independents can ‘lead the way’ in combating global warming.
In a move which is said to ‘undermine’ Michael Gove’s previous animal welfare ambitions, MPs have voted against the inclusion of animal sentience in the EU (Withdrawal) Bill.
Soil Association Certification is supporting organic businesses once again this festive season with the launch of its online Organic Christmas Marketplace.
The UK Government says it will back an EU extended ban on neonicotinoid pesticides, which have been widely shown to harm bees and other pollinators.
Natural Products News (NPN) has announced the launch of a new initiative to recognize up-and-coming individuals who work in the natural and organic products industry and highlight their outstanding achievements. The 30 professionals who make the final 30 under 30 list will be invited to a networking event taking place at Natural & Organic Products […]
The findings of a large, multi-national study which began in 2004 have linked high levels of vitamin D in childhood with a reduced risk of diabetes.
Whole Foods Market is planning to close its Giffnock and Cheltenham stores, however a final decision won’t be made until after a 30-day consultation period.
Responding to a growing demand from environmentally-conscious consumers, supermarket giant Tesco launches own-label range of eco-cleaning products.
At the NHT Summit BetterYou delivered a seminar to brands and retailers on innovation, trends and what’s to come for the VMS market.
Mike Cherry, national chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses, has urged the Chancellor to do more to support small retailers as part of the Budget.
The Soil Association has announced that following research into palm oil sourcing, COSMOS has set new guidelines for the natural cosmetics industry.
Dr Hazel Wallace wins the HFMA’s first Blogger of the Year Award; a new honour introduced to recognize the increasing power of influencers on social media.
After being run by Angela Norman for over 20 years, Lymington health store Sweet Joe Pye has been sold to Sanjay Patel, owner of Well Natural in Salisbury.
During the NHT Summit on 22 October NAHS announced a new initiative designed to ensure that independent retailers are ‘stronger together’.
Rude Health has found itself at the centre of a rude row following a controversial blog posted by co-founder and brand director Camilla Barnard.
In preparation for the compilation of its 2018 Organic Market Report, the Soil Association is asking for input from independent retailers.
Mark Ruskell, MSP, has called for organic food to be made a mandatory requirement in all Scottish public sector kitchens, including schools and hospitals.
Fucibo Co has launched 21 Bites, a new online portal selling insect-based products, claimed to be the first of its type in Europe.