Held today, the 8th Beauty Shortlist Mama & Baby Awards saw a plethora of innovative new products from the natural and organic sector.
Organic cotton, says the Soil Association (SA) is not only good for the environment, but good for business too, as consumer spend within the category rises.
The Climate Change Committee says ‘time is running out for realistic climate commitments’ after delays to the Government’s Ten-Point Plan.
Green People has started pampering pets as well as people with the launch of the UK’s first certified organic range of pet grooming products.
The EC’s Single Use Plastic Directive rules that all disposable period products sold in the EU must display a ‘Plastic in product’ logo.
In its mission to make periods sustainable, acceptable and accessible to all DAME has ‘redesigned the period pad for the 21st Century’.
A vegan verification test developed by Eurofins I Chem-MAP for clothing and footwear has been registered with The Vegan Society.
More than 100 scientists this week signed a statement to reassure the public that reusable containers are safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The annual Organic September campaign has launched for 2021, aligning all corners of the sector with one key message: Nature has the answer.
Natracare welcomes the Government decision to remove the 5% VAT rate on period care products, more commonly known as the ‘tampon tax’.
Today sees the winners of the Beauty Shortlist Awards and the (brand new for 2021) Eco Lifestyle Awards announced.
A scheme launched by the DfE which makes period products free to school pupils has seen under 40% uptake, reports the Free Period group.
Following its partnership with School in a Bag, Wiley’s Finest UK has teamed with OrganiCup to provide girls in Ghana with menstrual cups.
Nutricare founder James Dutton is crowdfunding to develop STRAP – the world’s first 100% compostable sports tape produced from bamboo fibre.
New Zealand has become the latest country to promise free period products in schools in Government efforts to stamp out period poverty.
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