Swedish water company Bluewater says a study by Trinity College reveals babies swallow ‘millions of microplastics' every day.
Emerging organic trends in the Nordic market was the topic of discussion for the second instalment of Fika with – a virtual series by NOFF.
MEPs have voted to ban dairy-related terms being used for plant-based alternatives but has given the go-ahead for meat-related descriptions.
Natracare has partnered with US-based National Stewardship Action Council to offer confidence to US consumers over the labelling of wipes.
The Sustainable Foods Summit, by Ecovia Intelligence, returns on 8-11 June with a focus on plant-based and organic.
A report by Caribbean Export has identified natural and organic products from the region as a potential export opportunity into Europe.
Naturally Good has been described as ‘a resounding success’ by show organizer Diversified Communications after its return to Sydney's ICC.
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.
Ahead of the G7 Summit, International Trade Secretary Liz Truss says negotiators are ‘in a sprint’ to secure a trade deal with Australia.
A ProVeg International petition opposing the ‘censorship’ of plant-based dairy terms has been successful, as Amendment 171 is rejected by EU.
A new survey commissioned by Tel Aviv Global & Tourism reveals 4% of Tel Aviv residents identify as vegan and 4.5% as vegetarian.
Organic Food Iberia will return to IFEMA MADRID on 8-9 September 2021, it has been confirmed today by organizer Diversified Communications.
Reacting to the news that a UK-Australia free trade deal has been agreed, Soil Association says British farmers ‘justifiably feel betrayed’.
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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