Tuesday 29 September at 5pm
Shoppers continue to desert the organic aisles in their droves even though there are more products on supermarket shelves for them to choose from. Sales have fallen for the third year in a row, by 5.8% to 847m a drop of almost 25% from...
Sales of organic products tumbled by almost 6% last year, as reduced customer spending took its toll on the beleaguered sector. The Soil Association s annual Organic Market Report, published yesterday, revealed that sales were down 5.9% in 2010 to 1.73bn.
A cross-supply chain initiative by UK retailers, food manufacturers, processors and foodservice operators has created a new set of principles on country-of-origin labelling to make it easier for consumers to tell where meat and dairy products come...
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