Organic food champion, The Community Farm, has opened its first shop in Bath after gaining a firm following at the city’s Saturday Farmers’ Market.
The latest news from the leading retailers in the natural and organic products industry.
October saw the launch of the eco-conscious e-commerce start-up Wearth London, which champions UK brands with sustainable values.
Soil Association Certification is supporting organic businesses once again this festive season with the launch of its online Organic Christmas Marketplace.
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.
Planet Organic has partnered with on-demand courier firm Street Stream to offer its customers same-day delivery across London.
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.
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.
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.
In preparation for the compilation of its 2018 Organic Market Report, the Soil Association is asking for input from independent retailers.
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 Holland & Barrett branch in the Midsummer Arcade Centre, Milton Keynes, has relocated to larger premises and reopened as a More store.
This month marks Manchester-based Unicorn Grocery’s 21st year offering a range of fresh and wholesome food, with a focus on organic, fair trade and local.
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.
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.