The Soil Association’s (SA) Food for Life programme has received a £1.25 million grant from the Big Lottery Fund
The UK organic market grew 7.1% in 2016 to be worth £2.09 billion, according to latest figures from the Soil Association.
The Soil Association’s (SA) Best of Organic Market (BOOM) Awards 2017 have opened for entries.
The Soil Association (SA) has expanded its award scheme for restaurants, cafes and eateries to cover the whole of the UK.
An EU grant worth €10.4m has been secured by the Organic Trade Board in partnership with Organic Denmark, to support a campaign to promote organic food.
A new peer-reviewed study has found that exposure to an ultra-low dose of Roundup herbicide in rats causes non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
The Soil Association and Organic Trade Board will have an even bigger joint presence at this year’s Natural & Organic Products Europe event (2-3 April 2017, ExCel, London).
The Soil Association has apologized for a posting a “controversial” tweet that it said “oversimplified its current concerns with farm animal welfare”.
This year the Soil Association is offering organic producers and retailers the opportunity to capitalize on the growth of organics throughout the Christmas season via its rebranded online one-stop shop. “Following the fantastic success of last year’s online Organic Christmas Market, we wanted to go bigger and better in 2016 by launching a standout marketplace […]
Many of Britain’s top visitor attractions are completely failing to offer healthy eating options for children despite unprecedented awareness of about obesity and diet related illnesses.
The Soil Association says that this year’s Organic September event was the biggest to date, with a media reach of over 31 million.
Nom Foods has created a new variety of popcorn, Tomato Pesto, in a bid to provide a taste of Italian sunshine in a guilt-free snack.
The 2016 State of Nature report published today by a coalition of 50 leading wildlife and research organizations has found that one of the most important factors adversely affecting nature in the UK is agriculture.
New research commissioned by the Soil Association shows growth in the organic sector has again doubled
James White Drinks has introduced three new varieties to its organic Zinger shots, designed to offer something distinctly different to the UK drinks market.
A leaked draft copy of the Childhood Obesity Strategy indicates that the UK Government has shrunk from a number of public health promises.
Following research confirming that organic meat has 50% more omega-3s than non-organic, sales of organic red meat rose 4.1% in the 12 weeks to June 18.
With Organic September round the corner, the Soil Association predicts overall value of the organic market in the UK to exceed £2BN by the end of this year.
Over 80 organisations have signed a letter to Theresa May and the Brexit minister David Davis to stress the important implications of the EU referendum result on food and farming. The 80 signatory organisations – the Soil Association, the OTB, Sustain and Traidcraft among them – say that since many of the UK’s food and […]
The Soil Association says it is “very disappointed” that the UK is to leave the European Union. But despite the Brexit vote the organic charity says the UK is “likely” to continue to be bound by the EU Organic Regulation. In a statement, the Soil Association says: “UK wildlife, the environment and the organic farming sector […]