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Natexpo introduces dedicated ‘eco zone’

Ahead of its Paris edition, 24-26 October, Natexpo unveils a new initiative which puts ‘eco products’ and ‘eco services’ in the spotlight.

UK ‘eats the most junk food in Europe’

In a HelloFresh survey 15,000 citizens from nine European countries were asked how often they consume junk food; the UK came out on top.

French and German consumers willing to pay more for certified cosmetics

According to a new NATRUE study, approximately 90% of consumers would be happy to pay more for a certified cosmetic product.

Beyond Meat seals global three-year deal with McDonald’s

As part of a three-year agreement with McDonald’s, Beyond Meat is to be the chain’s preferred supplier for the patty in its McPlant burger.

13,800 participants ‘e-meet’ at BioFach virtual event

The organizer of the BIOFACH/VIVANESS 2021 eSPECIAL has reported that 13,800 participants from 136 countries attended the virtual event.

New Zealand to offer free period products to schoolchildren

New Zealand has become the latest country to promise free period products in schools in Government efforts to stamp out period poverty.

Almost one in ten Tel Avivians identify as vegan or vegetarian

A new survey commissioned by Tel Aviv Global & Tourism reveals 4% of Tel Aviv residents identify as vegan and 4.5% as vegetarian.

UK standards could be ‘undermined’ by misuse of antibiotics in imported...

A new report byThe Alliance to Save our Antibiotics warns of the threat to public health posed by the misuse of antibiotics in some countries.

Report highlights export opportunity for natural and organic Caribbean products

A report by Caribbean Export has identified natural and organic products from the region as a potential export opportunity into Europe.

UK to help India to lead the way for Asia with...

UKRI and WRAP are collaborating to develop a Plastics Pact in India, aimed at enhancing ‘knowledge exchange’ between the UK and India.

Babies swallow millions of microplastics, says Swedish water company

Swedish water company Bluewater says a study by Trinity College reveals babies swallow ‘millions of microplastics' every day.

EU rejects dairy descriptions but allows meaty terms for plant-based products

MEPs have voted to ban dairy-related terms being used for plant-based alternatives but has given the go-ahead for meat-related descriptions.