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Top Nordic trade fair double bill postponed until 2021

This year’s Eco Life Scandinavia and the Nordic Organic Food Fair events have been postponed, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, organiser Diversified Communications UK has announced. 

Organic GMOs – is this the future of sustainability?

The debate in Europe over the application of new genetic engineering techniques, and specifically gene editing techniques such as CRISPR, is intensifying.  The research...

4 key challenges to attract health and sustainability conscious consumers

Just back in from last week’s Natural & Organic Products Europe event in London, Copenhagen-based strategic advisor in healthy and sustainable lifestyle, Karina Kaae Hermansen, has gathered up four key challenges that consumer brands need to be on to attract health and sustainability conscious consumers

Baobab-based jams Chosan by Nature

Artisan food brand Chosan by Nature has launched a new line of natural jams made using baobab sourced from women farmer’s coops in Africa,...

BioGaia launches entire adult health portfolio in Sweden for mouth and bone health

28 Jan 2021 --- BioGaia is launching its complete adult health portfolio in Sweden, with its BioGaia Osfortis for bone health and BioGaia Prodentis...

Food fight: Meet the Swedish organic retailer waging war on fake food

Johannes Cullberg is a man on a mission. The Swedish ethical entrepreneur and founder of Stockholm’s iconoclastic organic store Paradiset is waging war on what he calls ‘fake food’ – and the big grocery retailers who sell it.

Interview: “In this ‘corona spring’ we have evolved our business and made it more...

Johanna Koskinen, marketing manager at Finnish organic retailer Ruohonjuuri, talks about how the business has been adapting in the COVID-19 crisis. 

Eosta launches ‘Faces of the Sustainable Development Goals’ campaign 

Netherland-based organic fruit and vegetable specialist Eosta has announced the launch of the ‘Faces of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)’ campaign; an initiative aimed at raising awareness of UN SDGs across the fresh produce sector. 

Garnier claims ‘new chapter’ with organic range launch

Mass market cosmetics brand Garnier is heralding a “new chapter”of its development as it launches a new certified organic range in Europe. 

High level paper confirms K2 deficiency link to fractures in children

A new pilot study evaluating vitamin D and K status in children with and without low-energy fractures has published in Nutrients, an international, peer-reviewed journal for studies related to Human Nutrition. 

UK’s top 10 vegan-friendly cities named (and London isn’t one of them)

Brighton, Natural Products Global’s home town, takes top slot in a new ranking of the UK’s most vegan-friendly cities. The nation’s capital however fails to make the top 10. 

Registration for Tallin organic summit opens

Registration for the 11th European Organic Congress, which will be held in Estonia in September, has opened.

Anlit harnesses Long Life Probiotic tech for latest launches

Israel-based children’s supplement specialist Anlit has harnessed its proprietary Long Life Probiotic technology for two of its latest launches.

WHO target to reduce rates of anaemia is focus of new IADSA Mind the...

IADSA has launched a Mind the Gap resource highlighting the role of iron supplementation in reducing anaemia among women. Entitled ‘Precious Metal: The role...