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Organic Beauty Campaigns - Get involved in 2015

05 May 2015

We are only in the first week of May but it has been a busy year so far for the Soil Association Business Development team. We've been working closely with our licensees on a number of opportunities where together, we've reached new markets and help...

Managing for Fluke in Fife, date tbc

05 May 2015

Kinaldy Farm, Fife (date to be confirmed)

Organic News - Organic food: good for everyone

01 May 2015

ORGANIC Milking it: Study makes claims that organic milk is no healthier for pregnant women The University of Reading published a report, saying organic milk has lower levels of iodine than conventionally produced fresh milk. The media coverage warn...

Controlling Rushes without Chemicals

29 April 2015

- 28th May, Kirklinton, Cumbria *FULLY BOOKED* - 4th June, Ullapool *FULLY BOOKED* - 5th June, Kirkton Farm, Crianlarich *FULLY BOOKED*

Soil Association presents its priorities for agricultural policy to the Welsh Government

28 April 2015

On Thursday 30th April 2015 the Soil Association will meet with the Welsh Government’s Environment and Sustainability Committee to present recommended agricultural policy priorities for the Welsh Government over the next 12 months.

Iodine levels in organic milk

28 April 2015

In response to research published today from Reading University on iodine levels in organic milk, Helen Browning, chief executive at the Soil Association has commented: “This is pure scaremongering. Pregnant women should not stop drinking organic mi...

Soil Association comment on iodine levels in organic milk

28 April 2015

Helen Browning, chief executive at the Soil Association commented: “This is pure scaremongering. Pregnant women should not stop drinking organic milk in response to this research, which repeats findings from a study published in 2013. As today’s stu...

Organic News - 24 April 2015

24 April 2015

ORGANIC Is organic food is tastier because we feel good about buying it? A study by Scottish scientists found that the moral satisfaction we get from choosing fair trade, locally sourced and organic produce makes it tastes better. The study was publ...

Organic Trade Board and The Soil Association call for independents to join campaign to 'wake up to organic'

21 April 2015

Organic Trade Board and The Soil Association are calling for independent organic retailers to take part in ‘Wake Up To Organic’ - a new campaign designed to drive footfall and awareness of organic products this summer.
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