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3rd December 2019

Vogue Magazine: Major Champagne Houses Are Embracing Biodynamic

Biodynamic champagne is becoming haute couture, reported Vogue Magazine last month, as the major Champagne Houses are taking into account the need to farm sustainably in […]
14th November 2019

Report from the 1st Biodynamic Research Conference held in Switzerland, Sept 2018

In September last year some 180 researchers and farmers attended the first international conference on biodynamic research held in Switzerland. Nearly 100 papers and posters were […]
14th November 2019

Our submission to the UK’s National Food Strategy consultation

UK politicians might be in the middle of a General Election right now, but work on policy development for a new National Food Strategy rolls on. […]
12th November 2019

Shadow Farming Minister calls for organic and biodynamic agriculture to tackle climate crisis

Writing in Parliament’s magazine, The House, last month Shadow Farming Minister, David Drew MP, called for a UK Agriculture Bill that provides support and certainty to […]
12th November 2019

Living Biodynamic Farms study project launched

A new study project “Living Farms: Potential of Biodynamic Places to Grow beyond Global Change” has been launched in Switzerland. Researchers will visit 15-20 biodynamic farms […]
12th November 2019

Demand for biodynamic eggs is booming

The growing demand in the UK for biodynamic eggs was featured in Poultry Word magazine recently with a nice article looking at the Orchard Eggs story. […]
12th November 2019

The Female Chef of the Year is biodynamic (of course!)

Skye Gyngell has been named the 2019 ‘Female Chef of the Year’. Her Somerset House restaurant ‘Spring’ relies on produce from Jane Scotter’s biodynamic farm in […]
12th November 2019

The world’s finest red wine is biodynamic (of course!)

The ‘International Wine Challenge’ is the most respected wine competition in the world. In this year’s competition the red wine, Château l’Hospitalet 2017, produced by biodynamic […]