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Organic sales are rising, fuelled by more spending from younger consumers

Organic grocery market ‘outpaces non organic’

By Michael Stones

Sales of organic grocery products climbed by 4.9% last year to £1.95bn – outstripping the non-organic grocery market which decreased by 0.9% – according to the Soil Association’s 2016 Organic Market Report.

The GM debate has become tedious, complained Helen Browning

Soil Association seeks new areas

By Nicholas Robinson

Soil Association boss Helen Browning will push the organisation forward, she tells Nicholas Robinson

UK organic dairy production rose by 4.4% in 2013

Trioni gains access to £5bn export market

By Nicholas Robinson

China’s £5bn organic export market has opened up to dairy producers after the Welsh organic dairy company Trioni achieved accreditation from the country.  

Chinese consumers are looking for food they can trust, says Soil Association senior certification manager Emma Yeats

£5bn export opportunities for UK organic food firms

By Nicholas Robinson

A potential £5bn export market to China has been opened for UK organic food and drink manufacturers, following a Soil Association deal with China’s Organic Food Development Centre (OFDC).

The UK organic market posted negative growth for 2011, despite soaring sales in Europe and worldwide

Organic food market needs government backing

By Dan Colombini

Government support for the organic food market in Britain is vital, according to the Soil Association, after the latest figures showed that a slump in the UK market had bucked the trend of soaring sales across Europe.

Natural good taste

Natural good taste

By Michelle Knott

Shortages of natural ingredients are not the only problems inhibiting their more widespread use, there are cost and technical issues too, says Michelle Knott


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