Features

The latest features from the pages of Natural Products News – the leading trade magazine for the natural and organic products industry.

Stories from the post-Brexit frontline

Well known figures from across the sector share their experiences of doing business with the EU in the new post-Brexit trading environment.

Protein goes green

From the humble pea to the mighty sunflower, plant-based sources of protein are gaining ground. Jo Caird examines the market and reports on a...

Free for all

As the free-from sector continues to thrive and innovate, Jane Wolfe discovers how consumers of this ever expanding category have differing but specific wants...

Eat, sleep, move, repeat

Rosie Greenaway shares a checklist of products which health stores could offer to active lifestyle enthusiasts.

Digital degeneration

Rosie Greenaway eyes up the impact of too much everyday screen time during multiple lockdowns on the health of our retinas.

Reader’s digest

The significance of the gut on overall health is seeping through to mainstream consciousness, but digestive problems are still widespread, says Jane Wolfe. The...

From strength to strength

Ahead of Veganuary, Rosie Greenaway catches up with Toni Vernelli about how the pandemic has boosted interest in plant-based living.

Breaking the age barrier

Diane Millis discovers how the senior health category now needs to cater to various life stages, attitudes and expectations Age is no longer a barrier....

The carbon pawprint

A far cry from the proverbial dogs’ dinner, the pet industry is now booming with healthier and greener options. From zero waste shampoo bars...

To carbon neutral and beyond

As businesses are measuring, reducing and offsetting carbon emissions, Jane Wolfe finds how some are striving to go further.

A natural beginning

From the BFG to the concept of foodclusivity, Rosie Greenaway takes a ‘whizz-popping’ tour of what’s trending in natural parent.

Best served cold

The peak selling period for cold drinks is just around the corner, so it’s time to pack your fridges – and wait for the...

What’s noo?

Personal experience is fuelling a fresh wave of natural nootropics to help consumers back to mental balance, says Matt Chittock For some in the natural...

Well oiled

Healthy oils is the perfect example of a natural and organic category with crossover appeal to both foodies and health consumers. Healthy oils is a...

A good catch

Charles Redfern, founder of pioneering sustainable fish brand Fish4Ever, tells Elisabeth Winkler about his passion for artisan fishing communities Fish is a damsel in eco-distress...

Conscious catwalk

Fashion and beauty have always been intrinsically linked, and now, Jane Wolfe discovers, natural cosmetic brands and eco-conscious designers are teaming up to promote...

Seaweed: the forgotten food

Jane Wolfe dives into the world of seaweed to discover how its nutritional value, sustainable credentials and varied applications

Sustainability: stemming the tide

Recent pressure from the plastics industry to delay single-use plastic bans amid questions of safety during COVID-19 may signal a dangerous backslide, but Jane...

A chance to shine

Strong eco credentials and chemical-free attributes make green household and home products a natural fit for health food stores More and more people are looking...

Microbiome matters

Jane Wolfe discovers how the probiotics sector is extending its reach far beyond digestive wellness – infiltrating numerous categories as the benefits are more...