Other issues, Other Issues26.06.2017 Editor
The two sustainability seals Rainforest Alliance (RFA) and UTZ are joining forces. In the course of this year the two sustainability certification organisations intend to become one company that will continue operations under the name Rainforest Alliance.
Other issues, Other Issues21.06.2017 Editor
Ibrahim Abouleish, the founder of the Sekem initiative, has died at the age of 80. His death was announced by his family last week.
Other issues, Other Issues17.05.2017 Sylvia Meise
Verpackungsmüllberge? Nein Danke! Nichts wegwerfen? Ja bitte! So lautet kurz gefasst das zentrale Ziel der Unverpackt-Läden, deren gesamtes Sortiment aus loser Ware besteht. Schon bald könnten sie auf dem ganzen Globus wie Pilze aus dem Boden sprießen.
Other issues, Other Issues25.04.2017 Editor
The North American edition of the Sustainable Cleaning Products Summit is scheduled for 2-3 May 2017 in New York.
Other issues, Other Issues28.03.2017 Editor
Package overkill? No thanks! Zero waste? Yes, please! This, in short, is the major goal for a new kind of corner shop offering refill of dry or liquid bulk products. The founders are mostly women, often without a retail background but all of them with a strong aversion to packaging piling up and turning into waste soon after shopping.
Other issues, Other Issues19.10.2016 Editor
The new consumers, also called the millennials, people who were born between the 1990’s and early 2000’s, are, unlike the generation of their parent’s, very passionated about social causes.
Other issues, Other Issues04.10.2016 Natascha Becker
The food corporation Danone wants a friendly take over of the US American manufacturer WhiteWave . Both companies expect the sale to be concluded by the end of the year, provided they have the agreement of the authorities.
Other issues, Other Issues27.09.2016 Editor
Called “Veggie-Bags“, the Swiss corporation Migros is now selling reusable bags for fruit and vegetables.
Other issues, Other Issues21.09.2016 Editor
According to Greenpeace, agriculture in Europe is still using too many dangerous pesticides. The environmental protection organisation has now published a list of 209 active ingredients that are especially harmful to humans and the environment.
Other issues, Other Issues16.09.2016 Editor
Malnutrition and eating the wrong kind of food are sometimes the biggest problems faced by refugees from Syria, Afghanistan and Iran in the reception camps in Greece and Italy.
Other issues, Other Issues16.09.2016 Editor
The Swiss organic manufacturer Soyana has moved into a new production facility in Schlieren near Zurich.
Other issues, Other Issues23.08.2016 Redaktion
Organic food company SunOpta reported a loss of $4.1 million for the second quarter of the year.
Other issues, Other Issues19.08.2016 Redaktion
In Slovakia the massive use of plastic bags poses a problem to the fulfilment of EU waste-regulations.
Other issues, Other Issues29.07.2016 Editor
The European Commission has today taken the decision to register 'People4Soil' European Citizens' Initiative which aims to "recognise soil as a shared heritage that needs EU level protection and develop a dedicated legally binding framework covering the main soil threats."
Other issues, Other Issues28.07.2016 Editor
In one year, from June 2015 to June 2016, .bio grew by +50%, reaching 16,000 registrations and expanding to 26 additional countries, now having registrants in a total of 102 countries, explains the IFOAM.
Other issues, Other Issues19.07.2016 Editor
With the Summer Special Offer at organic-market.info, you can advertise for more than 8 weeks from 1 August to 30 September for the price of only 6!
Other issues, Other Issues05.07.2016 Editor
Millions of male chicks are killed in egg production every year, since they can't lay eggs and aren't used for meat, according to CBC News.
Other issues, Other Issues31.05.2016 Editor
In response to Monsanto’s GMO activities, March Against Monsanto’s main peaceful protest of GMOs in the global agricultural industry is an annual march, held in multiple cities globally.
Other issues, Other Issues17.05.2016 Karin Heinze
For a long time the organic industry has been having a discussion about so-called externalized costs. But far from all consumers are aware of the fact that the low price of food is achieved at a cost because of the chemicals used in agriculture, factory farming and the severe consequences for the environment. Or they put it to the back of their minds. It’s high time to tell people the truth. This is the reason why Volkert Engelsman, head of the Dutch organic company Eosta, has launched the information campaign “The True Cost of Food”. Organic supermarkets have started to promote the campaign. The background and a video interview with Volkert Engelsman.
Other issues, Other Issues24.03.2016 Editor
For the last decade, honeybees have been disappearing at an alarming rate, says the site Consumer Affairs
Other issues, Other Issues01.03.2016 Editor
A growing number of lawsuits alleging that Monsanto long knew that Roundup’s glyphosate could harm human health.
Other issues, Other Issues16.02.2016 Editor
The review study, "Organic Agriculture in the 21st Century," is featured as the cover story for February issue of the journal Nature Plants
Other issues, Other Issues15.02.2016 Editor
The Fundación ExportAr (Argentina) has published a report on Europe's fruit and vegetable sector that covers trends, demand, competition, requirements and distribution channels
Other issues, Other Issues29.01.2016 Editor
Last full-year sales Carrefour generated 86.3 billion Euros and +3.0% on an organic basis.
Other issues, Other Issues26.01.2016 Karin Heinze
The big demo against the agriculture industry that took place during the International Green Week in Berlin has become a regular event. For the sixth time, over 100 organisations called for a demonstration. Around 23,000 people responded with a march on Saturday 16 January 2016.