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Organuary may be the solution to modern day health and environmental issues

A controversial campaign, Organuary has recently been launched and will be challenging Veganuary, where consumers are encouraged to avoid meat-based products for the month of January. Instead, this campaign will try to encourage consumers to eat outside of their comfort zone and incorporate offal and alternative cuts of meat into their diets.

Euromed: Premium Standardised Botanical Extracts

A pioneer in pharmaceutical-grade botanical extracts, EUROMED, founded in 1971 by the phytopharmaceutical company MADAUS and now with DERMAPHARM Group, is a vertically integrated, leading producer of premium standardised extracts and natural active ingredients.

Cultured meat: introducing a home-grown product to a global market

Cultured meat – sometimes known as ‘clean meat’ or ‘slaughter-free meat’ - is gaining traction as start-ups continue to unveil their latest lab-grown wares. However, a number of challenges remain when it comes to scaling up operations and bringing this new-fangled food to consumers.

Are meal replacement products the new convenience food?

Meal replacement products claim to disrupt food consumption by offering all the nutrients people need. We look into the offerings of Huel, Soylent, and Saturo, compare their UK market performance and ask if they offer a healthy alternative to traditional convenience food.

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