Leading international event organiser Diversified Communications has today announced the launch of Organic Food Iberia. This new trade show for Spain’s increasingly important organic industry, will open at the IFEMA exhibition centre in Madrid in 2019.
While Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and Tesco still hold the largest value shares of organic food and drink (22.6%, 22.5% and 21.7% respectively), it is the discounters and The Co-Op who are growing sales fastest.
US supermarket operator Publix plans to open another three GreenWise Market natural, organic and specialty stores.
Soil Association Certification and ECOCERT, the leading UK and French organic certification bodies, have today announced a formal partnership.
US natural foods retailer Whole Foods Market reached a milestone this week with the opening of its 500thstore earlier, in Midtown Atlanta.
Leading Swedish health food brand owner and distributor Midsona is partnering with Stockholm-based organic food retailer Paradiset to launch a new consumer brand ‘Everyday by Paradiset’ for easier sustainable choices.
US natural food retailer Sprouts Farmers Market has appointed the former chief executive officer of the price-point retailer 99 Cents Only Stores, Jack L Sinclair, as its own CEO.
Two long established family-owned Chicago area retail businesses – fresh market and grocer Angelo Caputo’s and health food store Fruitful Yield – have partnered to create a store-within-a-store experience.
UK natural food distributor Marigold Health Foods saw its London warehouse badly damaged by fire earlier this week.
US natural foods retailer Trader Joe’s has been pulled up by anti-racism campaigners over labelling of its own-label international food lines.
A recent fight back from US natural food retailers, after years of market capture by major grocery operators, came too late for two specialist chains.
Trailbazing UK health and wellbeing retailer Planet Organic has acquired As Nature Intended, the chain of seven London-based organic and natural food stores.
Swedish organic and natural food pioneer Paradiset says its retail business is to close after a refinancing package failed amid economic uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Guild of Fine Food is calling for consumers to get behind their local independents and has added an online resource to its existing website, to assist these retailers and producers following the UK government’s latest Covid-19 guidelines.
Online grocery sales in the UK are set to rise by 33% in 2020 as the COVID-19 crisis produces dramatic – and possibly lasting – changes in shopping habits.