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OFG Roger Kerr

Trade issues: maintaining organic standards, enabling fair trade by Roger Kerr

The Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee of the Welsh Assembly Government have been taking evidence that will inform their consideration of the...
Plant-based and CBD set the pace for UK natural products sector

Plant-based and CBD set the pace for UK natural products sector

As natural products industry professionals prepare to gather in London for next year Natural & Organic Products Europe event (18-19 April), a buoyant UK...
Ken Roseboro

Ken Roseboro: “Non-GMO is a big step for farmers and consumers”

Ken Roseboro was born in 1954 in Camden, New Jersey. He is editor of The Organic & Non-GMO Report and The Non-GMO Sourcebook, member of the...
It’s the Organic World Congress - don’t miss it!

It’s the Organic World Congress – don’t miss it!

In light of recent developments around covid-19, the Organic World Congress (OWC), the world’s largest organic gathering, has been postponed to September 8-10, 2021...
Eleven reasons why Europe needs to ban patents on food plants and farm animals

Eleven reasons why Europe needs to ban patents on food plants and farm animals

No Patents on Seeds! published a new report on patent applications for conventional plant and animal breeding which, according to European patent law, are...
Organic Market in the UK

Organic Market in the UK: “New figures make happy reading for anyone involved in...

2019 was another excellent year for the organic market in the UK. Across the board, organic continued its steady progress of the last decade....
Certificación ecológica en grupo: mejor juntos que solos

Organic Group Certification: better together in a group than alone, right?

The organic sector worldwide grows at fast speed, and so does the administrative burden that is supposed to maintain its functionality and credibility. Farmers,...
UK organics stay strong despite continuing Brexit uncertainty

UK organics stay strong despite continuing Brexit uncertainty

The UK organic industry continues to deliver growth despite continuing uncertainty about the impact of Brexit.  Data released towards the end of 2019 by Britain’s...
Natural and organic cosmetics

Natural and organic cosmetics: Between Britain and Europe

Natural and organic cosmetics are global megatrends evident in both the EU and the UK from increased emphasis on ethical and sustainable living. However,...
Organic movement calls for a target of 20% organic land by 2030 in the EU

IFOAM EU calls for a target of 20% organic land by 2030

The upcoming publication of the Farm to Fork and Biodiversity strategies, planned for 29 April, is an ideal opportunity to increase organic land and consumption in the...