In 2017 US health and wellness retailer Earth Fare launched a new promotion with the strapline ‘Live longer with Earth Fare’. As value propositions go it’s a pretty bold one. And it seems to have connected well with US consumers. This month, the Asheville, North Carolina-based retailers will open its 47th store, in Viera, Florida.
A new report from Technavio forecasts that the global organic milk market to grow at a CAGR close to 5% over the the period 2019-2023
This year is expected to be an important one for the sustainable food industry. Specialist consultancy Ecovia Intelligence has compiled this handy summary of seven sustainable food trends we can expect to see coming through in 2019.
New data from Mintel reveals the UK has overtaken Germany as world leader in vegan food launches.
UK-based organic herbal wellbeing company Pukka Herbs has relaunched its popular Detox tea under a new name – Feel New.
The Organic Trade Association says it is “deeply disappointed” in the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) final GMO labelling law, which was announced at the end of December.
Emirates Airlines has commissioned a US$40 million vertical farm to provide its passengers with fresh, pesticide-free salads and greens. It will be, in the words of Dubai’s ruler, Sheikh Mohammed, “better than organic”. Michael Wale has been to Dubai to find out more.
Food and personal care multinational Unilever is acquiring Netherlands-based The Vegetarian Butcher.
A new transitional certification programme for products from farmers who are in the process of becoming organic has been launched in the US.
Fairness has always been a core principle of organic agriculture, leading European advocacy group IFOAM EU has reminded Brussels legislators ahead of important discussions this month on unfair trading practices (UTPs).
One of the UK’s biggest organic businesses, Riverford Organic Farmers, this week formally passed into employee ownership in a move that its founder, Guy Singh-Watson, says will create a “force for good".
European dairy cooperative Arla is aiming to build on success already seen in Denmark and China by extending its Arla Baby & Me Organic brand into the UK market.
Europe has arrived at a ‘historical moment” for food and farming sustainability delegates at the 11th European Organic Congress (5-7 September, Tallinn) heard yesterday.
People who eat organic food are up to 25% less likely to develop cancer, according to a study of nearly 70,000 volunteers.
Confidence among UK food and drink manufacturers has declined, driven by increased input costs, squeezed profit margins and uncertainty over Brexit terms, according to the latest survey from Britain's Food and Drink Federation (FDF).