Manufactures, Manufacturers28.09.2006 Redaktion
An organic meat group in Scotland aims to organize the marketing of lamb and cattle products.
Manufactures, Manufacturers23.08.2006 Redaktion
Lifeway Foods is acquiring Helios Nutrition.
Manufactures, Manufacturers15.08.2006 Redaktion
Rapunzel’s 30 year anniversary was a very special occasion.
Manufactures, Manufacturers04.08.2006 Redaktion
In the UK, there are ten certification bodies for organic food.
Manufactures, Manufacturers24.07.2006 Redaktion
Welsh organic dairy co-operative, is launching a new look for its popular milk.
Manufactures, Manufacturers10.07.2006 Redaktion
The company H & S Biobeeren started its business a few ago with 14.000 raspberry plants on 3 ha.
Manufactures, Manufacturers30.06.2006 Redaktion
The organic dairy firm Stonyfield Farm and Paris-based Danone have joined together for the creation of a subsidiary in Europe.
Manufactures, Manufacturers16.06.2006 Redaktion
AL-Naturkost is the only Austrian wholesale business supplying the specialist whole food trade.
Manufactures, Manufacturers14.06.2006 Redaktion
A survey by Hipp Organic, the number one baby food brand in the UK, has just been published.
Manufactures, Manufacturers29.05.2006 Redaktion
13.5 million servings of organic salads are sent across each week by Earthbound Farm’s plant in California.
Manufactures, Manufacturers23.05.2006 Redaktion
As reported by Greenplanet, there were 5700 organic producers in Puglia/Italy in 2005.
Manufactures, Manufacturers21.04.2006 Redaktion
Anheuser-Busch, whose empire is built on Bud and Bud Light, is test-marketing its first organic beer in the North Bay, Santa Barbara and six other smallish cities in California.
Manufactures, Manufacturers03.04.2006 Redaktion
The company Beraca Ingredients has been granted Ecocert organic certification for its personal care ingredients.
Manufactures, Manufacturers24.02.2006 Redaktion
Dairy group Arla Foods has signed an organic dairy supply deal with discount retailer Lidl, according to the dairyreporter.com.
Manufactures, Manufacturers23.01.2006 Redaktion
Greenpeace today welcomed the commitment from Kraft Foods, the second largest food producer in the world, to supply only non-GE food in China, starting from 1 January 2007.