The government has announced that on 4 July 2020, it will commence the third stage of its plan to ease the ‘lockdown’ restrictions implemented in England due to COVID-19. Following the re-opening of ‘non-essential retail shops’  in stage two, this third stage will involve the re-opening of restaurants, pubs and bars as well as hairdressers

Promoting sustainability and health benefits can lead to legal trouble in the European Union. While the EU is discussing strategies against plastics and a ban on certain single-use plastics, consumers are requesting more sustainability and extra benefits from their consumer products.

When addressing these consumers’ needs, companies should be aware that there are a number

After three years of negotiations, the European Union is nearing the end of a long process to simplify and harmonize the rules for organic food production and the labeling of organic products. Council Regulation (EC) 834/3007 currently defines the minimum standards for organic products that are produced, manufactured, imported into, sold or traded within the