Mark Ruskell, MSP, has called for organic food to be made a mandatory requirement in all Scottish public sector kitchens, including schools and hospitals.
The latest news from the natural and organic products industry.
Fucibo Co has launched 21 Bites, a new online portal selling insect-based products, claimed to be the first of its type in Europe.
The SA’s Out to Lunch campaign has published its latest league table, ranking the children’s food offer in 25 of the UK’s most popular restaurant chains.
Dangerous levels of neonicotinoid insecticides have been found in 75% of the world’s honey samples, reveals a new study.
Jamie’s Italian has won the Feed People Well award for its new children’s menu, on which every dish includes at least two portions of vegetables.
Ahead of the Natural Health Trade Summit (NHT) in Manchester on 22 October, the National Association of Health Stores (NAHS) reveals it will be making a significant announcement at the show. Details are yet to be disclosed, however Gary Trickett, chair of NAHS, confirms the planned announcements will include two new initiatives which will be […]
Despite facing opposition from The Irish Beverage Council (IBC), The Irish Government remains undeterred in its plan to introduce a sugar tax in April 2018.
Restaurant chain Wagamama has launched a vegetarian menu to cater to the growing amount of Brits consuming a plant-based diet.
Morrisons has launched a slate of value veg boxes – including an organic option – in what it says is a bid to make fresh veg affordable for all UK families.
The natural and organic sector enjoyed several major wins at The BBC Food & Farming Awards on 20 September.
Supporters of natural medicine are calling on NHS England to abandon its proposal to stop funding prescriptions for homeopathy and herbal medicines.
Announced during a presentation at the Soil Association trade briefing on 19 September, GO! Organic Festival has been officially launched.
After nine years as campaign manager, Catherine Fookes departs the Organic Trade Board signalling a new chapter for the organisation.
Veggie business owner Lisa Gawthorne has been flying the flag for veganism, representing Team GB for Duathlon in the European and World Championships.
This month marks Manchester-based Unicorn Grocery’s 21st year offering a range of fresh and wholesome food, with a focus on organic, fair trade and local.
The Soil Association confirms growth in the organic market is up 6.3%, with organic sales predicted to reach ‘new heights’ this year.
Earthwise Trading Ltd’s director Christine McRitchie has won the title of Best Green Business at the NatWest Venus Awards 2017 National Finals.
A new campaign to educate the public on all things sports nutrition has been launched by the industry trade association to ensure consumer safety and good health.
The doors open on 21 September at Excel London for a special 10th anniversary show of lunch! with over 6,000 attendees set to attend.
Natural and organic retailer LIV shut its doors this month following a routine food hygiene inspection by Liverpool Council’s Environmental Health Officers.