Autumn Special 2014

Tesco gets organic milk from Robert Wiseman Dairies

Turning point for the organic food and drink industry in Scotland.

L’Oreal buys Sanoflore

The world’s leading cosmetic player has expanded its position with the acquisition of Sanoflore.

Romania’s LaDorna increases export

After exporting mainly to Greece, further countries are targeted.

Organic Meat Group in Scotland

An organic meat group in Scotland aims to organize the marketing of lamb and cattle products.

Lifeway absorbs organic kefir competitor

Lifeway Foods is acquiring Helios Nutrition.

Organic Butchers in the UK

In the UK, there are ten certification bodies for organic food.

A New Look Brand is Launched in Wales

Welsh organic dairy co-operative, is launching a new look for its popular milk. 

H & S Biobeeren in Austria Reports Good Harvest

The company H & S Biobeeren started its business a few ago with 14.000 raspberry plants on 3 ha.

Danone and Stonyfield have joined forces

The organic dairy firm Stonyfield Farm and Paris-based Danone have joined together for the creation of a subsidiary in Europe.

Online Shopping at Hipp Organic

A survey by Hipp Organic, the number one baby food brand in the UK, has just been published.

Organic Production at Earthbound Farm, California (USA)

13.5 million servings of organic salads are sent across each week by Earthbound Farm’s plant in California.

40% More Organic Companies in Puglia

As reported by Greenplanet, there were 5700 organic producers in Puglia/Italy in 2005.

Anheuser Bush brewery is introducing organic beer as a test run

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.

Organic Rainforest Ingredients achieve organic certification

The company Beraca Ingredients has been granted Ecocert organic certification for its personal care ingredients.

Organic milk from Denmark will be delivered to Lidl in Germany

Dairy group Arla Foods has signed an organic dairy supply deal with discount retailer Lidl, according to the dairyreporter.com.

Greenpeace welcomes Kraft Food's commitment

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.
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