Oatly is facing boycotts after selling a stake to a consortium led by Blackstone, a firm with alleged links to Trump and deforestation.
Natural Products News' hometown of Brighton, takes top slot in a new ranking of the UK’s most vegan-friendly cities. London fails to make the top ten.
The OTB, which for three years ran a targeted consumer campaign called Organic. Feed Your Happy, has rebranded with a new slogan: Go Organic.
The Community Farm has curated Lessons from Lockdown, a collection of articles describing COVID-19's effect on people involved with food.
On 29 August farmers will take over a former retail site to open a new outlet to drive ‘radical change in how food and drink is retailed'.
Whole Earth has bolstered its offer with Hi-Oleic Smooth Peanut Butter, packed full of good fats and fibre and low in sugar.
NPG's upcoming webinar Sense, Science & Sustainability asks a hot question: can genome editing and agroecology co-exist in sustainable food and farming?
Michael Gove became the first Defra minister to address the rebel Real Farming Conference in Oxford, usually a prerogative of the established Oxford Farming Conference.
Joining Aldi, Asda, Morrisons and Tesco in their pursuit to stop wasting ‘wonky veg’, discounter Lidl has created a line of bargain boxes containing fruit and vegetables which are ‘slightly damaged, discoloured or deteriorated but are still perfectly good to eat’.
Decades of destruction to the natural environment caused by industrialized farming risks “derailing humanity’s place on Earth for good”, the Prince of Wales warned this week.