This Sunday and Monday discover planet-friendly products at Natural & Organic Products Europe tradeshow

by | Mar 28, 2022 | Community, News | 0 comments

Conscious consumerism is here to stay, which is why a visit to Europe’s leading trade show for natural, organic and sustainable products is essential for garden store retailers looking for the next best products to put into stores. Natural & Organic Products Europe will return to ExCeL London on 3-4 April with more than 800 companies – showcasing planet-conscious food, drink, health, beauty, and household products.

“Natural & Organic Products Europe has always championed brands and processes that help to protect people and the planet – and we know that tackling the climate crisis is imperative right now, for all industries, which is why there’s never been a better time to be part of this wonderful industry,” says Carol Dunning, event director of Natural & Organic Products Europe.

As well as leading local brands from the UK, there’s no shortage of diverse speciality products from across Europe and the rest of the world. Don’t miss a range of suppliers on pavilions from Italy, Greece, Chile, Thailand, Turkey, Philippines, and USA. The Soil Association will also return with its Organic Hub with the best choice of organic certified food and drink to hit the market.

A big appeal to the show is the opportunity to meet new brands emerging onto the market. Brands making their debut this year include Be Hundred Percent, Outstanding Foods, Olivers Cupboard, Just Real Food, Eurofins, Quinola, Freedom Confectionery, Vrsna Chocolates, Jay & Joy, G.G. Hellenic Aloe, The Celtic Bakers, KABA Herbs and many more. Whilst big names like Tree of Life, Suma, Essential, Natracare, Faith in Nature, Pukka Herbs, The Vurger Co, Alpro, Booja Booja, Creative Nature, and Clearspring will be returning to the show with their latest innovations. 

The green gifting market has exploded due to the rise in health and wellness, and so the event’s natural living section will feature leading brands at the forefront of this trend. From Himalayan salt lamps to reusable plastic-free bottles – the eco-friendly suppliers is unprecedented at the 2022 show, and vital for retailers looking to streamline their businesses.

“A visit to Natural & Organic Products Europe is really worthwhile. It was great to meet so many people who are passionate about what they do and are totally committed to doing it well.  We found it a very stimulating and an inspiring experience,” says Jane Baldwin, partner and owner of Tavistock Market Wholefoods.

Book your trade ticket today 

Natural & Organic Products Europe will bring together 1000+ brands across five exciting sections: Natural Food (natural, organic, free-from, Fairtrade and sustainable food and drink), Natural Health (natural and clean vitamins, minerals and supplements), Natural Beauty & Spa (clean, conscious, and organic beauty and personal care), Natural Living (natural, organic and plastic free eco living products) and Vegan World (dairy free, meat free, plant-based food and drink). The show’s free-to-attend seminar programme will host over 60 speakers providing inspiring insights across two theatres.

To register for a free trade ticket, please visit

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