Organic Reports #4: power to the independents

On the dynamic organic market, the number of independent entrepreneurs is increasing across the entire value chain and particularly in ...

[ Success stories ] Sarmance: cosmetics from organic grapevines

Sarmance is cosmetics brand whose products are made from organic grapevines. It is 100% French and was founded by two ...

Organic product sourcing: the organic+French combi is not enough

When demand goes through the roof, you have to be able to count on imports to solve the organic sourcing ...

Natexpo beautified by organic cosmetics

The organic cosmetics sector is proving its vitality with a strong increase in participation at Natexpo (+10% compared with  2019). ...

Access Natexpo with serenity

Thanks to the Welcome Pack, access Natexpo with complete peace of mind and enjoy a dedicated and personalized welcome and ...

[ Success stories ] Bio Equitable en France: the label for resilient agriculture!

Bio Equitable en France is the label for all French farming supply chains. It was created in May 2020 by ...

How the world of the future will be more organic – perception, consumption, production

62 % of people in the 18-24 age range consume organic to protect the environment according to the 18th barometer on ...

2021 Natexpo Trends Book

More than ever before, a search for meaning lies at the heart of our lives. In a society and on ...

Upcycling: making new from old

Sustainable development is part of the very essence of the organic sector, which focuses on meeting consumers’ growing concerns regarding ...

Organic Reports #3: CSR as a state of mind

The CSR approach, which involves acting to develop sustainable farming, establishing sustainable, fair and considerate relationships with partners, supporting and ...

Packaging: from zero waste to innovative packaging

With the health crisis, the issue of packaging has come to the fore. In France, 2.2 million tonnes of plastic ...

Dietary supplements: the growth of anti-stress, immunity and sleeping cures

More than half of French people take dietary supplements, mainly women (57%), with an average age of 45. While the ...

[Culture Nutrition] Can sustainable food be accessible to everyone?

Scientists and ecologists are unanimous on the subject. By all accounts, reducing our consumption of animal-based products appears to be ...

France’s regions display their assets at Natexpo

Each year, more than a quarter of the exhibition space at Natexpo is occupied by regional pavilions. In 2021, their ...

[Success stories] Alter Nutrition develops the spread of organic protein

Alter Nutrition was born out of a need experienced by its founder, James Thompson, the follower of a healthy diet ...

1st BioED Observatory: Holding the BioED label means going further than the average French company!

At a time when the market and citizens’ expectations are profoundly changing, it is time for companies from the organic ...

The FEEF, federation for SMEs, partners with Natexpo

The Federation of Enterprises and Entrepreneurs of France, known as FEEF, was founded in 1995 to encourage a conducive ecosystem ...

Organic Reports #2: plants and more plants

As it is more ecological, economic and ethical, in addition to being rich in proteins, plant-based food has met with ...

2021 Natexpo Awards: and the winners are…

Reflecting the vitality of the organic sector, the Natexpo Awards have, since 2005, paid tribute to the most innovative, useful, ...

[ Success Stories ] Sienna & Friends revolutionises baby food

No more little jars of puree or prepared meals. The brand offers an array of tasty foodstuffs to whip up ...

[ Natexpo webinars ] Next session on June 22nd to discover Natexpo 2021 Trend Book

Created by Natexpo, your new monthly meeting offers you an overview of the latest organic news. Distribution, consumption, trends, circular economy: ...
Ecocert, pionnier de la certification bio

Ecocert Group, 30 years acting for a sustainable world

Ecocert is a pioneer in organic certification in France and Europe and this year celebrates its 30th anniversary, just like ...
Une bulle de savon

Transparency, at the centre of the concerns of organic and natural cosmetics consumers

We cannot ignore the fact that consumers are in permanent search of transparency with regard to the products that they ...

Organic Reports #1: Small French companies making a difference

Independent, family-run, committed to sustainability and known for their human, fair and responsible values, French SMEs are coming out top ...

More than 1,000 exhibitors raring to fo for Natexpo 2021!

The 2021 edition of NATEXPO scheduled for 24, 25 and 26 October is shaping up to be a great success. ...

[Success Stories] Escurette revives the alternative to cotton buds

Escurette is the French hand-made ear curette, which has been revived by a sustainably aware French family business. It is ...

[ Success stories ] Maison Bonange: Art and History Chocolates

With a shared passion for art, history and chocolate, two brothers from Versailles set out on a gourmet entrepreneurial venture ...

[Success Stories] Cozie: a positive loop in the cosmetics industry

What does Cozie mean?  “Consommation Objectif Zéro Impact Environnemental” (consumption with a target of zero environmental impact), quite simply! This ...

All round innovation with organic ingredients

Healthy, local and sustainable food. This is a good summary of the direction taken by the food sector as a ...

[ Success stories ] Mutyne: uncompromising results

Designed to combine effectiveness, eco-design and ethics, Mutyne is a brand of eco-friendly cleaning products which heralds the “Green Revolution” ...
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