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Danish Government Allocates 1 Billion Kroner To Ramp Up Plant-Based Food Production

The Denmark government has announced it will funnel a staggering 1.25 billion kroner (€168 million) into plant-based foods. This is part of an ‘unprecedented’...

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...

Q&A Interview with Gintare Lauce

Welcome to our exclusive Q&A Interview series in the run-up to Eco Life Scandinavia and the Nordic Organic Food Fair, which return on 17-18...

Q&A Interview with Floor van der Steen

Welcome to our exclusive Q&A Interview series in the run-up to Eco Life Scandinavia and the Nordic Organic Food Fair, which return on 17-18...

Judge dismisses Oatly’s claims against Glebe Farm

In what has been described as a ‘true David and Goliath battle’, British oat milk producer Glebe Farm has won the legal case brought...

Q&A Interview with Jesper Schmith Kampmann

Welcome to our exclusive Q&A Interview series in the run-up to Eco Life Scandinavia and the Nordic Organic Food Fair which return on 17-18...

Q&A Interview with Linda Klock

Welcome to our exclusive Q&A Interview series in the run-up to Eco Life Scandinavia and the Nordic Organic Food Fair which return on 17-18...

This Swedish Startup Just Made The World’s First Potato-Based Plant Milk

Swedish vegan dairy brand Dug is making its plant-based milk out of potatoes, and it's more climate-friendly than the rest. Green Queen - Read More The...

90% of industry expected to attend leading Nordic trade shows

A survey conducted by Diversified Communications, the organizer of the Nordic Organic Food Fair (NOFF) and its sister show Eco Life Scandinavia (ELS), reveals...

90% of the industry set to attend Eco Life Scandinavia and the Nordic Organic...

Leading Nordic trade shows open visitor registration for 2021 Preparations for Eco Life Scandinavia and the Nordic Organic Food Fair 2021 are now well underway,...

Swedish Startup Klimato Raises US$785K For Its Carbon Labelling Tool Aimed At Foodservice

As carbon labelling becomes more mainstream, Stockholm-based startup Klimato has closed 6.5 million SEK (approx. US$785,000) in a recent investment round. The capital will...

‘Fika with’ explores three contrasting Nordic organic markets

Emerging organic trends in the Nordic market was the topic of discussion for the second instalment of Fika with – a virtual talk series...

‘Fika with’ returns for organic food roundtable

Fika with, the new virtual interview series from the Eco Life Scandinavia and the Nordic Organic Food Fair, returns with a roundtable discussion featuring...

Denmark reach 13% organic market share

New statistics from Danmarks Statistik shows retail sales of organic food and drink rose by 14%, an increase of 16 billion DKK in 2020. Retail...

Q&A Interview with Laura Ihanainen

Nordic Organic Food Fair Welcome to our second Q&A Interview series in the run up to Eco Life Scandinavia and the Nordic Organic Food Fair...