Organic products also sold particularly well in the United States in the Corona year. The Organic Trade Association reports double-digit growth. Above all, fresh produce increased.
67 measures to protect biodiversity are on the table at the still young association. The founding members include environmental associations, standard setters and food companies such as Nestlé.
In the Corona year, natural cosmetics again recorded strong growth and were able to attract many new buyers. However, not all forms of distribution are benefiting equally.
Two internal executives rise to the top of the organic trading house. Herwarth von Plate is apparently leaving the company.
The Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FIBL) has developed a sustainability standard for companies in the food industry. It covers the entire value chain, is geared towards continuous improvement and has been pre-tested by two organic companies.
The Corona pandemic has rapidly changed the natural cosmetics industry, from new distribution concepts to unprecedented new products and growing competition from conventional manufacturers. In Vivaness' "Beauty Briefing 2021," blogger Julia Keith takes us through the most important developments in the market.
Participants are invited to exchange with policy makers on the challenges and opportunities for an agroecological transition in Europe.
Like Germany, Austria also reports record sales figures for organic food. But the Austrians are already a bit further ahead.
The German market and demand for organic products developed positively in 2020. Direct and online marketing in particular boomed in the Corona year, as BÖLW announced at the industry's annual press conference at Biofach in Nuremberg. This momentum must be used, according to the appeal to politicians.
Despite the fact that Biofach / Vivaness is taking place exclusively digitally this year, the organizer is offering a diverse congress program. Here you will find some important congress events in English.
The Natural Cosmetics Conference will not take place in 2021. The reason: Managing Director Wolf Lüdge will be devoting himself to new challenges in the future. After four years, Lüdge is retiring from the chairmanship and organization of the congress.
Despite the Corona crisis, sales of the fair trade organization have been rising by 12.6 per cent within last year. However, Gepa has seen declines in seasonal chocolate products.
The call for more quality and less mass in meat production has gone unheard. Instead, according to the Meat Atlas 2021, global meat consumption has doubled in the past 20 years and caused many diseases.
For the first time, the world's leading trade fair for organic products will be held online only. But in addition to pure exhibitor profiles and product presentations, the organizers offer highlights such as congress events via live streams and "on demand".
Despite the planned precautionary measures, the organizers of the Organic Field Days have now decided to cancel the event due to the current pandemic situation. A new date for next year is currently being discussed.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, there is a growing debate about its long-term repercussions on food production and consumption. The virtual edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit North America from 25th-28th of January 2021 will discuss the sustainability implications of the coronavirus pandemic on the food industry.
L'Oréal has begun the restructuring of its natural cosmetics subsidiary. The measures include the establishment of a Logocos business unit within the Group and a new top management team.
Due to the ongoing Corona pandemic, the exhibitors announced that Spain’s and Portugal’s biggest trade event will not take place as planned. The two joint exhibitions have been rescheduled to September 2021.
A study from Austria shows the different CO2 balances of various diets. They can be improved by using organic products.
For the eighth time, the Veganuary initiative is calling on people worldwide to eat vegan in January. In addition to just under half a million participants, numerous companies, including many conventional ones, are also taking advantage of the initiative's reach.
The environmental protection organization Greenpeace took a close look at the tea assortment of supermarkets in Austria. The evaluation revealed a surprisingly high proportion of organic products.
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