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  • Food To Go

    CoYo calls Pret allergy death claim ‘unfounded’

     October 12, 2018  Jim Manson

    Coconut yoghurt brand CoYo hit back at Pret a Manger this week, after the sandwich chain blamed a contaminated batch of dairy-free yoghurt for the death of a customer in its Bath store in December 2017.

  • Industry News

    Smallholder farmers celebrated via photography exhibition

     October 10, 2018  Rosie Greenaway

    Due to be hosted at the Bargehouse Gallery, Southbank, London, from 12-21 October, We Feed the World is a global photography initiative which seeks to capture ‘the triumphs and tribulations’ of the smallholder farmers who produce 70% of the world’s food. 

  • Guest Comment

    Is the reign of plastic over?

       Andrea Gutierrez-Solana

    If there is one concern that seems to have been gaining momentum among the public this year, that is plastic pollution resulting from single-use plastic and its consequences for the environment, animal life and human health.

  • Food and Drink

    Doves Farm ploughs £4.5MN into new gluten-free plant

     October 8, 2018  Jane Wolfe

    Doves Farm Foods has invested £4.5 million in a dedicated gluten-free cereal production facility at its Wiltshire site in a move which sees the company transfer production of its cereals from Italy back to the UK.

  • Industry News

    New Planet Organic owner wants to double store count

       Jim Manson

    Specialist consumer brands investor Inverleith LLP  has taken a majority stake in Planet Organic, the London-based health and wellbeing supermarket, food-to-go chain and online retailer. Inverleith has injected equity into the company with the aim of expanding the existing store footprint in London, to more than double the current portfolio of stores over the next […]

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With such a list of dedicated, pioneering beauty brands, it’s unsurprising that once again, the Nordic countries have come out on top in 2017 as being the happiest countries in the world.

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An area that I will be watching with interest going forward is the space where food and technology meet. Whether it is farmers investing in drones, the ever-growing market share held by online and app grocery shopping, or organic’s booming presence on social media, digital is set to become an increasingly powerful tool in raising awareness and trust for UK organic.

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