International_EN, North America22.09.2017 Editor
Canadian Organic Trade Association (COTA) reports that 66% Canadian consumers spend at least some of their weekly grocery budget on organic items. This is a 10% increase from a year ago.
International_EN, International_en20.09.2017 Editor
Millennial parents use digital sources of information to learn about new products – online product reviews, blog posts and mobile apps - more frequently than older parents who prefer traditional information sources.
International_EN, Africa19.09.2017 Editor
Koita’s organic long-life milk is delivered by a new service: a milkman brings the milk daily to the door of people who ordered it, reports the newspaper The National (online).
International_EN, Asia19.09.2017 Editor
The Asian organic market will witness 10% annual growth till 2020, largely owing to an increasing ageing population with greater life expectancy than before, as well as, widespread food safety concerns due to a slew of food scandals that have come to light in recent years.
This article is first published in the magazine Pure&Eco India and can be published in www.organic-market.info due to a fruitful cooperation of our magazines.
International_EN, Australia/Japan/Pacific12.09.2017 Editor
Founded in 2010 in a tiny Australian kitchen, Sonya Driver’s product lines Eco Tan and Eco by Sonya Driver are considered global players in the organic beauty industry and are now celebrating their 7th anniversary.
International_EN, Latin America01.08.2017 Editor
Brazil´s biggest company for phyto and natural cosmetics Natura Cosmeticos is acquiring the British cosmetics cpmpany The Body Shop owned by L´Oréal for 1 bilion Euro.
International_EN, Japan12.06.2017 Editor
The second "Organic Lifestyle EXPO" / OLE will be held in Tokyo from July 28 (Friday) to 30 (Sun) at the Tokyo International Forum in central Tokyo, connecting to the contents and themes of OLE 2016.
International_EN, Pacific25.12.2015 Editor
Field trials of genetically modified (GMO) eggplant are now permanently banned in the Philippines, according to a new ruling handed down by the country’s Supreme Court.