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  • Agriculture

    Colombia’s DAABON Group is world’s first to gain RSPO NEXT level sustainable palm oil certification

     June 15, 2017  Jim Manson

     The Colombian-based DAABON Group, an early pioneer in organic palm, banana and coffee farming and production, has become the first company in the world to become certified under the RSPO NEXT scheme operated by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO)

  • Asia

    Slow Food movement gathers momentum in Russia

     June 12, 2017  Jim Manson

    The international Slow Food movement is gathering momentum in Russia, as growing numbers of products from Russia are added to the Slow Food Ark of Taste initiative and more Russian chefs sign up to the Slow Food Chefs’ Alliance.

  • Agriculture

    EU Organic Regulation revision threatens ‘lose-lose’ situation

       Jim Manson

    Key players in the organic and fair trade movements warned this week that current proposals for revision of the EU Organic Regulation would undermine a flourishing European organic food and farming sector and penalize farmers in developing countries.

  • Food and Drink

    US-based organic pioneer brand Amy’s Kitchen hits 30

     June 7, 2017  Jim Manson

    US-based organic food pioneer Amy’s Kitchen has begin celebrating its 30th year in business.

  • Food and Drink

    Robust US organic sector posts record sales

     May 24, 2017  Jim Manson

    The robust American organic sector stayed on its upward trajectory in 2016, gaining new market share and shattering records, as consumers across the United States ate and used more organic products than ever before, according to the Organic Trade Association’s (OTA’s) 2017 Organic Industry Survey released Wednesday at OTA’s Annual Policy Conference.

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Robust US organic sector posts record sales

The robust American organic sector stayed on its upward trajectory in 2016, gaining new market share and shattering records, as consumers across the United States ate and used more organic products than ever before, according to the Organic Trade Association’s (OTA’s) 2017 Organic Industry Survey released Wednesday at OTA’s Annual Policy Conference.

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