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The Vegan Kind undergoes vibrant new rebrand to reach broader audience

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The Vegan Kind has teamed up with B&B studio to create a more modern look which reflects the brand’s identity as ‘a store of...

CMA publishes Green Claims Code to tackle greenwashing in the UK

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The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has published its Green Claims Code to help businesses understand how to communicate their green credentials while ensuring...

Cell-Based Meat Could Bring £2.1B Boost To UK Economy: Oxford Study

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£2.1 billion is on the line for the UK economy, and it depends on whether the government will greenlight its burgeoning cell-based meat sector....

Cytoplan makes significant investment in second production facility

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Following another year of double-digit growth, food-based supplements brand Cytoplan is opening a new production facility in Malvern Link. The company will retain its existing...

Swiss retail giant produces PET bottle made from carbon emissions

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Using technology developed by LanzaTech, Switzerland’s largest retail company Migros has produced what is claimed to be the world’s first bottle with PET made...

UK study to assess vitamin A drops for reversing COVID-19 smell loss

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Vitamin A nasal drops might help people regain their sense of smell after viral infections, including COVID-19. This is the hypothesis of UK researchers,...

The vegan ‘food boom’: 15% of exhibitors will feature vegan-friendly products at Eco Life...

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Eco Life Scandinavia – the leading Nordic trade show for sustainable and natural products – will feature its biggest ever selection of plant-based foods when it returns to MalmöMässan, Sweden on 17-18 November 2021.   The vegan ‘food boom’ is here...

BetterYou lends nutritional support to Antarctic research expedition

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BetterYou is helping support the Antarctic Quest 21 expedition that will explore untrodden regions of the Antarctic Peninsula to undertake environmental research crucial for...

Nestlé Commits $1.2B To Regenerative Agriculture, Says It’s Ready To Pay Premiums For Raw...

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Nestlé is setting aside $1.2 billion over the next five years to “spark” regenerative farming across its food supply chain. The Swiss food giant’s...

UK survey by Forth reveals lack of understanding around perimenopause

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Ahead of World Menopause Awareness Month in October, a survey by Forth has discovered just how little people in the UK understand about the...

Pietro Simone creates FIERCE clean beauty line

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Skin expert Pietro Simone is aiming to ‘define clean beauty’ through the launch of his third skincare line: FIERCE. The sustainable unisex FIERCE collection is...

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Today, the three EU institutions – European Parliament, Council of the European Union and European Commission – signed a Joint Declaration officially instating 23...

Dispatch Nutrition aims to disrupt VMS sector with transdermal patch

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In a bid to shake up the supplements market, Dispatch Nutrition has launched what it describes as a revolutionary new way to take vitamins...

New IFOAM – Organics International World Board elected for 2021-2024

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After receiving applications from all over the world, the General Assembly on 13 September 2021 selected 10 new members to join the IFOAM –...

OrganiCup changes name to AllMatters to suit product line expansion

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Danish company OrganiCup has rebranded to AllMatters to coincide with the expansion of its range beyond menstrual cups and into other sustainable and recyclable...