Just 13 months after opening their first health store – the Best Health Food Shop, in Shoreham-by-Sea – Len Glenville and Melanie Beard have opened a second store, in Tunbridge Wells.
BioCare invites retailers to attend a free educational seminar on microbiome and its importance for general health.
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.
Holland & Barrett has launched its first ethical beauty advent calendar featuring a dozen top-selling brands from its ethical beauty range.
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’.
Organic food brand Clearspring has launched a new range of Biodynamic Demeter Organic Italian Pasta Sauces and Passatas.
Claimed to be the first alkaline ionised bottled water in the country, ACTIPH Water has hit UK shelves.
PACK’D has launched a trio of Frozen Protein Smoothie Kits, designed with sports nutritionist Matt Lovell, in a bid to reinvent traditional protein shakes.
New from Lifeplan comes a range of Super Herbs high strength one-a-day botanicals.
London-based Erbology has added three new snacks to its range of plant-based products: crackers, granola and energy balls.
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.
Nature’s Bounty, a leading US brand under the $3 billion business portfolio of commercial giant NBTY Company, introduces products to UK for the first time.
Fucibo Co has launched 21 Bites, a new online portal selling insect-based products, claimed to be the first of its type in Europe.
The SA’s Out to Lunch campaign has published its latest league table, ranking the children’s food offer in 25 of the UK’s most popular restaurant chains.
Provamel has overhauled its range of plant-based alternatives to yogurt with new-look packaging following the makeover of its drinks range in August.
Dairy alternative and free from company Delamere Dairy has launched a new brand of nut-based drinks.