US soap brand Dr Bronner’s has teamed up with Whole Foods Market to begin a nationwide campaign in the UK, which will run throughout Organic September.
The latest news from the leading retailers in the natural and organic products industry.
Notfrom.com is a new online supermarket offering solely natural, cruelty-free, plant-based and planet-friendly products to customers in the UK and EU.
Bristol-based organic and health food retailer Better Food is celebrating its 25th birthday this year, with a series of in-store tastings.
Earlier this year saw the launch of Earth.Love.Food, a 100% organic store in Totnes, Devon, which operates a blanket ‘no packaging’ policy.
Shoppers will know straight away that things are going to be different at Whole Foods Market, when Amazon completes its $14 billion acquisition of the natural food retailer on Monday (18 August).
The Soil Association is celebrating this year’s Organic September by shining the spotlight on the organic market’s anticipated record growth in September, making sure consumers understand what organic is, and is supporting nation-wide events and organic brand promotions.
Tesco has announced that from 28 August it will replace its single-use 5p carrier bags with new Bags for Life.
Healthy Supplies has launched a redesigned website to enable users to browse products quickly and easily, and purchase in just a few clicks.
Today sees the opening of Sano To Go, a shop offering nutritious takeaway food in the heart of London.
Homeplatz has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund its online portal, which will offer hassle-free shopping for natural groceries at wholesale prices.
Northampton wholefood and health store Daily Bread has been named Growing Co-operative of the Year in the 2017 Co-op of the Year Awards.
Holland & Barrett has named its youngest ever Manager of the Year at its annual retail awards ceremony.
This year sees Julie Goodwin celebrate the 20th anniversary of her first Natural Health store in Hertford which opened in 1997.
Surrey’s Haslemere Health Foods is now home to a new business with a fresh name, Apothecary 27.
Jordan Smith from Doncaster has won Holland & Barrett’s Manager of the Year award and aged just 21 years-old, Smith is the youngest ever winner.
After 31 years of running St Neots Health Food Centre, owner Ray Barker has closed the doors for the final time, following his decision to retire.
Fodder in Hereford has moved its bodycare offer into a brand new second store, just yards across the road from the original shop.
This year’s winner of the Best Independent Retailer at the Natural & Organic Awards Europe 2017 was Wild Honey, which has two stores in Oxford.
Nature’s Remedies in Southport has moved to bigger premises to create a new, spacious environment. Owner Carol Henshaw had to move when the lease was up on the shop’s old premises and the landlord wanted to sell. But it turned out to be a positive situation. “We are only 60 yards diagonally across the road,” […]
In March, a new 3,000sqft vegan-friendly, sugar-free health store and eatery opened in central Birmingham, just a few minutes walk from Grand Central and New Street station.