28 May 2014
March Against Monsanto, GM crop gets the go ahead, statins, sweet move by Tesco, labelling of irradiated food, PlantLIBRA, sugar-laden ready meals, homeopathy, glucosamine, and robobees
17 April 2013
The only way for Brits to avoid Frankenfoods is to eat local and organic
13 November 2013
Are today’s university students being offered a balanced view of the GM debate?
30 September 2015
Vitamin D, endocrine disrupting chemicals, probiotics, nature words, green tea, sedentary kids and duff advice from Diabetes UK
05 September 2018
Environmental campaigner dies; Big Pharma - African exploitation; Cheese and red meat back on the menu; UK energy drink ban; Malaysian sugar tax; UK 5G testing;
22 May 2004
Prosecutions follow supermarket attempts to support government policy and promote the importance of increasing consumption of fruit and vegetables. Read on for ANH comment.
02 September 2009
Could the ‘multi-national giants’ ever succeed in overriding consumer power?
06 April 2016
A sad goodbye to the NutriCentre, Japanese HPV vaccine victims file lawsuit, Lawsuit filled against FDA over GM salmon approval, Statins cause muscle damage, Parents in Uganda face prison over unvaccinated children, Animal welfare guidelines scrapped in UK, Less exams and more wilderness training, Simple blood test can diagnose concussion
10 October 2007
The EU Novel Foods Regulations (1997), initially brought into force as a protection against GM foods entering the market without sufficient safety testing, is now being used as the tool with which superfoods from indigenous cultures are being discriminated against within the EU. Today's story in The Times (UK) tells how Goji berries, a completely natural nutrient dense superberry eaten for centuries in China and other parts of Asia, is due to be removed from the shelves on 23rd March 2007, if proof of sale in any EU Member State before 1997 cannot be shown.
20 April 2016
London's leading industry show, Natural and Organic Products Europe, celebrates its 20th anniversary