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Author: admin, 27.06.2015. Category: Organic Fertilizer

I featured 100% Organics on my blog a couple of years ago, it's really good to see them going from strength to strength. Melvita are bringing out a new range of rose-based products, they do roses exceptionally well.
Entirely natural nail varnish remover, based on a coconut solvent from Eden, can't wait to try this one! Suti is a brand I already know a little bit about, and they have some great products coming out this year. Balm Balm (one of my favourites) have a range of pre-blended balms for therapists out this year, they smell delicious.
Absolutely adore the packaging of Blend Collective - about as far from the "hippy kitchen" image of most organic skincare ranges as you can get. Pukka's new range of organic skincare has also really got the packaging right too - and they're good products. Beauty Without Cruelty have also upped their game lately - I remember them from about 20 years ago, when they had brown eyeshadow, blue eyeshadow, tangerine blush, and frosted pink lipstick, and that was IT. Natural & Organic Products Europe is Europe’s biggest trade show for natural products – making it the ‘must attend’ event for buyers of everything from natural healthcare products, natural and organic foods, through to natural personal care and eco-household products. The launch pad for hundreds of exciting new products, Natural & Organic Products Europe is where retailers and distributors from across the UK and around the world get their first glimpse of the bestselling products of the future.
Renowned for attracting a who’s who of buyers from across the health, beauty, food and eco-living categories, Natural & Organic Products Europe – Europe’s leading natural and organic products show – welcomed a record 10,226 total attendees from 86 countries through its doors last month on 17-18 April at London ExCeL.


Thanks to a 10% increase in attendees for 2016, the 20th anniversary edition played host to the biggest trade showcase (and celebration) of the natural and organic industry that the UK has ever seen.
Representatives from many of UK’s major supermarkets and multiples, specialist retailers, wholesalers and distributors, pharmacies, restaurants and contract caterers, hotels, salons and spas, and independent health food stores, were in attendance.
As in previous years, the show also attracted a large contingent of international buyers (up 23% on 2015).
As its biggest edition yet, Natural & Organic Products Europe launched thousands of new natural and organic products – including supplements, botanicals, superfoods, personal care and beauty, eco-household, and food and drink – onto the European market. A brilliant line-up of big-name speakers and top retailers from across the natural and organic world made this year’s three theatre seminar programme its best to date. Jim Manson, editor of Natural Products News, was also back discussing key retail trends in the independent health food trade, with the latest results of the annual ‘Health Check’ survey. Looking ahead to next year, over half of the show’s current exhibition space has already been rebooked, with many companies having already requested to increase the size of their stands.  To accommodate growing demand, organiser Diversified Communications UK has announced that the show floor will be expanded for 2017. Rebooked exhibitors include Weleda UK, Absolute Aromas, Natracare, Urtekram, Faith in Nature, Eterno Naturals, Solgar Vitamins, G&G Food Supplies, A Vogel (Bioforce), Tiana Fairtrade Organics, Lamberts Healthcare, Wisdom of Nature, Viridian Nutrition, BioCare, Natural Trade Brokers, Quest Vitamins, Higher Nature, Clearspring, Suma Wholefoods, Queenswood Natural Foods, Infinity Foods (Wholesale), Nannycare, Riverford Organic Dairy, Quinola Mothergrain, Community Foods, The Organic Herb Trading Company, Biogroupe, Perkier Foods, and Bravura Foods. Professional food and drink buyers visiting this month’s Natural Food trade Show will be able to source more certified organic products than ever before, following the announcement that a record number of Soil Association licensees will be exhibiting for 2015.
As well as an impressive range of exhibitors, Natural & Organic Products Europe will host two full days of seminars (in the Natural Products Talks Theatre) and live cooking demonstrations (in the Natural Food Kitchen).
The 2015 line-up includes eco-chef Arthur Potts Dawson, Slow Food UK Ambassador Andrew Jones (executive chef at Chamberlain’s of London), Andrew Kojima (MasterChef 2012 finalist), and organic pioneer Craig Sams.  There will also be two exclusive Soil Association presentations discussing market trends and opportunities, including the organisation’s new campaign which supports independent retailers to further grow the organic market, on Monday 20 April from 2pm onwards.


According to a recent Global Industry Outlook 2013 report by UK-based independent research organisation Leatherhead Food Research, sustainability, health and wellness, natural, ethical and free-from will be among the key drivers of innovation within the food and drink industry for 2013. The show’s cross-section of exhibitors reflect the growth of producers and suppliers within this sector over the last decade. That is so fantastic that you got the opportunity to go to what I can image was a great event - majorly jealous! So, if you want to increase sales and brand awareness – make sure your products are seen here by the buyers who can really make a difference to your business!
Voor meer informatie over de Britse agrifoodsector kunt u contact opnemen met Bas Harbers van het Economisch Team. Natural & Organic Products Europe is a fantastic opportunity for demonstrating the range within the organic sector and has to be the main event on every organic manufacturer’s and retailer’s calendars,” says Cottle. Good news for the Natural Food Show, a two day event as part of Natural and Organic Foods Europe, which will welcome visitors who range from specialist retailers, multiples and contract caterers, to delis, restaurants, farm shops, cafes, and wholesalers. Multi-Jasmine Award nominated fragrance writer (now suffering from a little-known olfactory disorder) running The Parosmia Diaries by night. The others brands look so interesting.ReplyDeletesenorita carmen3 April 2012 at 01:04Omg!!!



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