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Glebe Farm takes over billboards for campaign at London Victoria station

In a disruptive above-the-line campaign to remind consumers about its victory over Oatly, Glebe Farm took over billboards at Victoria in May.

What, no food bill? The SA responds to Queen’s Speech

Following the Queen’s Speech in Parliament today, the Soil Association has called the lack of mention of a Food Bill ‘deeply disappointing’.

Planet Organic rolls out UK’s first organic sushi

In what it says is the first such offer in the UK, Planet Organic has expanded its sustainable food offering with a line of organic sushi.

Who’s Who in Natural Beauty returns for 2022

Natural Beauty News’ Who’s Who in Natural Beauty is back for 2022, with nominations now open for votes from industry.

Crop Drop and The People’s Pantry team to delivery on sustainable...

Two sustainable businesses have teamed to offer over 175 refill staples along with organic, local produce via a single zero-emission delivery.

Cosmoprof returns, flying the flag for waterless beauty

Visitors from more than 140 countries travelled to Italy, in late April for the return of Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna – its 53rd edition.

Salt of the Earth reveals refillable roll-ons

Salt of the Earth has relaunched its gender neutral roll-on deodorants in new refillable packaging, along with fresh formulas and fragrances.

30 under 30 opens for 2022

Returning for a fifth round, today Natural Products News has opened up the nomination process for its annual 30 under 30.

Public concern over F&B pricing and labelling

Consumer research platform Attest has identified public concern and confusion over pricing and labelling of F&B wellness products.

Superdrug price freeze amid cost of living squeeze

Superdrug confirms an immediate price freeze on over 100 everyday products, as the cost of living crisis becomes front of mind for shoppers.

The sustainability squeeze: environment vs finances

Research reveals that almost half of Brits ‘can’t afford to be more sustainable’ as the cost of living rises.

Stop funding industrial animal agriculture, NGOs tell banks

NGOs including Compassion in World Farming are calling on major world banks to stop funding intensive animal agriculture.

Changing travel trends prompt Irish health store map

The IAHS is launching a new touring map, highlighting Irish health stores, to drive in-person footfall from 'staycationers'.

Brits bin 7,000 single-use items a year

A nationwide study reveals the vast quantity of single-use waste generated by Brits – and wipes, tea bags and nappies are topping the charts.

Celebrity-backed supplements launch into H&B

Seven celebrity-backed supplements by digital health company Feel are to be stocked by Holland & Barrett, the brand has confirmed.

Microplastics found in 87% of products from best-selling beauty brands

The Plastic Soup Foundation has published a report on the presence of microplastics in over 7,000 cosmetic and personal care products.

Organic import controls delayed to late 2023

The Government has announced a further delay to import controls, now expected to come into effect in late 2023.

Spotlight series

The Fry Family Food Co is launching two new frozen Chick’n products into over 600 Iceland and The Food Warehouse stores.

Nuccy claims UK first with adaptogenic nut butters

Positioning itself as the UK’s first adaptogenic nut butter brand, London-based Nuccy has launched with a three-strong collection.

Stonegate introduces vitamin-enriched eggs

Stonegate Farmers has launched its Enriched eggs range to help consumers boost overall health and immunity and achieve their RDA.