Fine Cut Blog Archive for September 2010
Shoppers who are actively trying to buy sustainable and ethically sourced products are struggling to find what they want because they are overwhelmed by the variety of environmental labels in use.
Supermarket giant Asda is relaunching its own brand mid priced food line.
Reading the printed labels on food products is key for those wanting to battle obesity, one expert has claimed.
The UK manufacturing industry is upbeat about demand during September, according to the CBI's monthly Industrial Trends Survey.
Food and drink products with industrial labels which display their ethical credentials are going to become more popular with consumers.
Amateur gardeners in Carlisle have been banned from donating produce to a hospice, which was selling the goods in its charity shops.
Only one in three gardeners have bought a rose in recent years, and people say that poor printed labels are one of the reasons why.