The Soil Association’s 2016 Organic Market Report launched, 23 February, reveals the organic market continued to experience steady growth of 4.9% in 2015. This is the third year of consecutive growth for the UK organic sector, now worth £1.95 billion.
Washington State University researchers have concluded that feeding a growing global population with sustainability goals in mind is possible.
An ambitious new action plan to help organic food and farming build a more sustainable future, regenerate the rural economy and conserve biodiversity and natural resources is launched for Scotland.
'Equality in the Countryside' is a rural manifesto for the parliamentary opposition which sets out a wide range of action points covering all aspects of rural policy.
The Soil Association has launched the new BOOM Awards (Best of Organic Market) celebrating great taste, exceptional quality, innovation and creativity in organic products and places to eat.
The OGA launches OGA Gift Membership as the perfect gift for friends and family.
As organic growers we know just how important soils are to our businesses and society's prosperity. We all have to manage our soils sustainably in order to get organic certification. But how much do we really do to excel in our soil management?
The OGA is calling all growers using seed and substrate in organic systems to contribute to the annual survey of direct experiences both good, bad or indifferent.
As the Christmas shopping rush hots up, the Soil Association is supporting all organic businesses by guiding customers to a more sustainable Christmas with the Soil Association’s new online Organic Christmas Market.