2nd International Meeting on Marketing of Organic Food in Warsaw in May
About one million school meals with organic ingredients are served a day in Italy
With a furious speech against genetically modified food at the opening event, Slow Food President Carlo Petrini got BioFach 2007 underway.
Recent media publicity had claimed organic farming did not show benefits
Whole Foods Market and Wild Oats Markets aim to compete better in existing markets
Cornucopia accuses USDA of ignoring organic regulations
The development of new products drives growth in Nordic dairy alternatives market
Yeo Valley Organics enters the top 100
The discounter Lidl was getting ready to win over the Green Week visitors with its quality offensive.
Dole expects new website to bring consumers closer to organic bananas
Tautropfen has been a familiar name in natural cosmetics circles since the pioneer days.
This step is to save over 3,500 tonnes of plastic every year.
Soil Association consults options to tackle the impact of air freighted organic food.
Even the Nuremberg Trade Fair, the organisers of BioFach and Vivaness, had not anticipated such a positive response.
GM TV showed a comparison of prices between organic and standard products
The organic market in Germany is booming.
Annie’s Homegrown and Free Range Studios have partnered to produce the “Mouth Revolution”.
Balkan Biocert is responsible for more than 70 % of organic certification services in Bulgaria
Direct marketing by organic farmers is now starting to grow in Italy.
Bio Bank Report 2007 on the organic sector now available in Tutto Bio