Following the Queen’s Speech in Parliament today, the Soil Association has called the lack of mention of a Food Bill ‘deeply disappointing’.
Visitors from more than 140 countries travelled to Italy, in late April for the return of Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna – its 53rd edition.
The EC is to amend regulation to reflect new EU-wide maximum levels of Delta-9-THC in hemp seed and hemp oil.
A natural and organic beauty market report by NOC Sweden shows a rise in sales of 19.5%, taking the market value to SEK 485 million.
Research conducted by Germany's BfR confirms a third of Germans take supplements at least once a week to boost their vitamin levels.
Unilever is piloting new blockchain technology to help it increase traceability and transparency within its palm oil use.
A pioneering new study confirms for the first time the detection of microplastic pollution in human blood.
Organic farmer Rob Appleby reflects on the impact of the Ukraine crisis on food, explaining why sustainable solutions will fare better.
A parody of Don’t Look Up is the basis of a billboard campaign in Argentina, warning people of a ‘killer meat comet’ heading for earth.
Organic retail sales grew by €14 billion in 2020, to exceed €120 billion, according to FiBL and IFOAM – Organics International.
A new hub has been set up by the British Beauty Council to help beauty brands ‘navigate their way through the jargon’ of post-Brexit trade.
A relative of the banana plant, widely grown in Ethiopia, could hold the answer to future climate change-induced hunger.
Friday 28 January will see the return of Natural Products Meets as it hosts a webinar dedicated to retailing beyond the pandemic.
Several local administrations in Spain have begun offering menstrual leave to employees who experience pain or discomfort during their period.