Thousands of international buyers and distributors are congregating in Hong Kong for the fourth edition of Natural & Organic Products Asia trade show, which opens tomorrow (30 August) at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
The growing appeal of healthy lifestyles has made its way to consumers in Southeast Asia, with increasing knowledge about dietary protein helping to drive strong growth in the wellness products category across the region
Australia’s natural products industry is well placed to compete for emerging market opportunities in China’s fast growing wellbeing market, according to a new report from government trade body Austrade.
The absence of a single central regulatory agency has been holding back India’s organic food and farming industry, say a group of experts and the Indian Council for Applied Economic Research.
Beer lovers may soon have a gut-friendly drink to raise a toast to, thanks to the creation of a novel probiotic sour beer by a team of researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS)
Achieving a healthy lifestyle continues to be Chinese consumers’ top priority, according to new research published by Mintel.
Ecovia Intelligence (formerly Organic Monitor) its Sustainable Foods Summit format to Asia.
India’s TV and watchdog has launched a crackdown on advertisers and broadcasters who make misleading claims about traditional health remedies and systems, reports Business Standard.
Traditional and alternative medicine approaches originating in Asia are increasingly popular among Western consumers, creating a major opportunity for Asian ingredients suppliers and enterprising brands on both sides of the world.
Health and wellness is the new lifestyle status symbol for millennial Asians, says Hong Kong-based editor and green entrepreneur Sonalie Figueiras. Here, she identifies five of the fastest growing health trends in the region.
India and Germany have agreed to enter formal cooperation in the area of alternative medicine.
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.
Leading Indian botanical extracts operator Arjuna has just completed new, state-of-the-art facility in Coimbatore, India, for making its BCM-95 branded turmeric extract.
Veteran anti-GM protester and scientist, Dr Vandana Shiva, is calling for intensified resistance in India against the global biotech industry and its political backers.
Pai Skincare, the London-based sensitive skin care brand, has closed a £3.45m (€4m/USD4.5m) Series A investment led by Luxembourg based CAP Invest.