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.
All-natural brand Luscious has launched with a range of organic artisan ice creams produced in Wiltshire.
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.
The Soil Association has announced that following research into palm oil sourcing, COSMOS has set new guidelines for the natural cosmetics industry.
Mark Ruskell, MSP, has called for organic food to be made a mandatory requirement in all Scottish public sector kitchens, including schools and hospitals.
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.
Dangerous levels of neonicotinoid insecticides have been found in 75% of the world’s honey samples, reveals a new study.
Announced during a presentation at the Soil Association trade briefing on 19 September, GO! Organic Festival has been officially launched.
The Soil Association confirms growth in the organic market is up 6.3%, with organic sales predicted to reach ‘new heights’ this year.
Bristol-based organic and health food retailer Better Food is celebrating its 25th birthday this year, with a series of in-store tastings.
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.
New data gathered by the Soil Association shows that the organic market has continued to grow in the first half of 2017, driven significantly by increased consumer interest in nutrition and a desire for traceability in food sourcing.
Winners of the Soil Association’s prestigious BOOM (Best of the Organic Market) Awards were announced last night, 5 July, 2017 at a ceremony in London’s renowned Borough Market.
In the largest ever field study investigating the impact of neonicotinoids on bees, researchers found that exposure resulted in a 24% decline in numbers.
A new certification designed to promote sustainable catering has been launched by the Soil Association and the Carbon Trust.
East Yorkshire VMS manufacturer Bee Health Ltd has topped off a period of growth by being named in the 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain 2017 report.
The Soil Association is creating an Organic Indie Retailer Map, which will go live on its website on Friday 16 June.
The Soil Association (SA) has launched a campaign for greater clarity on beauty product labelling.
Hodmedod has introduced its British-grown Organic Naked Barley Flakes which can be used in porridge, muesli, breads, crumbles and flapjacks.
Organax is a new organic brand, which has launched with a range of four initial superfood powders.