World Soil Day
14 December 2022This World Soil Day, Yeo Valley Organic is looking back to when “we soiled our pants” all in the name of science in case you missed it the first time. View the article
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Soil centre stage at Groundswell debate
30 June 2022
This year’s Groundswell, the regenerative agriculture festival held in Hertfordshire was supported by Yeo Valley Organic with the sponsorship of the Old Dairy speaker’s tent.
We’re off to Groundswell!
21 June 2022
Yeo Valley Organic is attending the sixth annual Groundswell event in Hertfordshire for the first time on the 22nd and 23rd of June!
YEO VALLEY’S SUSTAINABLE COMMITMENT CONTINUES￼
9 March 2022
Yeo Valley has installed over 1,500 solar panels at its Newton Abbot Production facilities as part of its sustainable business plan.
WOULD BRITS GO THE LENGTH OF THE EARTH FOR OUR PLANET?
12 January 2022
It’s 2022 and the nation is making new year pledges that will reduce their carbon footprint and will help them be kinder to the planet.
Learn how to start 2022 the sustainable way
7 January 2022
Confused by climate change? Flummoxed with your carbon footprint? You’re not the only one.
10 Soil Facts for World Soil Day
5 December 2021
To celebrate and raise awareness of World Soil Day, Yeo Valley Organic, has highlighted the importance of maintaining healthy soil.
Mitigating the effects of climate change
9 November 2021
Regenerative organic farming key to mitigating the effects of climate change believes Britain’s largest organic dairy brand
SOS ON BRITISH SOIL
20 October 2021
Urgent call to save and protect one of our most valuable resources for food production.
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How a dairy project aims to increase farm soil carbon by 25%
17 May 2022
“Weaponising soils” to boost carbon sequestration is part of Somerset dairy Yeo Valley’s long-term plans to fight climate change, while producing nutritious, healthy food.
Calling for a Total Ban on Neonicotinoids
25 March 2022
Over 50 businesses and organisations, including Yeo Valley, The Body Shop, the British Beauty Council and Greenpeace, have come together to support an open letter written by Neal’s Yard Remedies calling on the government to implement a total ban on the use of neonicotinoids in the UK.