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U.S. sales of organic food and beverages have grown from $1 billion in 1990 to an estimated $20 billion in 2007, and are projected to reach nearly $23 billion in 2008. Organic food sales are anticipated to increase an average of 18 percent each year from 2007 to 2010. Source: 2007 OTA Manufacturer Survey Representing approximately 2.8 percent of overall food and beverage sales in 2006, this continues to be a fast growing sector, growing 20.9 percent in 2006. Source: 2007 OTA Manufacturer Survey Organic non-food sales grew 26 percent in 2006. Source: 2007 OTA Manufacturer Survey Total U.S. organic sales, including food and ...
Since 1990, the market for organic products has grown at a rapid pace, to reach $46 billion in 2007. This demand has driven a similar increase in organically managed farmland. Approximately 32.2 million hectares worldwide are now farmed organically, representing approximately 0.8 percent of total world farmland. In addition, as of 2007 organic wild products are harvested on approximately 30 million hectares . Organic agricultural methods are internationally regulated and legally enforced by many nations, based in large part on the standards set by the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) , an ...
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Special Investigative Report: Debunking The "Health" Products That ...
Deception is rampant in the food industry, and as a result, typical retailer shelves are full of products which are marketed as having health benefits, despite the fact that most of them are more damaging to us than the "unhealthy" products that they replace.  As a general rule, you should beware whenever you see labels such as " diet ", " sugar free ", " fat free "," no trans fats ", or " with omega 3 ".  These are booby traps. Because of the F.D.A.'s unique way of redefining terms to benefit an industry that will happily poison and deceive us, none of these terms ... market research, surveys and trends
Organic food neither healthier nor tastier, watchdog finds - The Local
Organic food, widely assumed to be healthier than conventional groceries, usually have no nutritional advantage at all, according to a comprehensive study released Thursday by German consumer organisation Stiftung Warentest . In an embarrassing result for the organic food industry, the government-funded but independent foundation drew on 85 investigations over eight years to come up with an overall assessment of what's known as bio food. Only when it comes to use of pesticides does it come out in front. The foundation concluded that organic products were not necessarily healthier, or even better-tasting, than regular ... market research, surveys and trends

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Agricultural Marketing Resource Center - Organic Food Trends Profile
Organic agriculture, a worldwide growth industry, can be a profitable, sustainable business for agricultural producers interested in going through the certification process necessary to enter this market. Organics have grown at a rate of nearly 20 percent per year for the last few years, and industry experts are continuing to forecast slowing but steady growth. Rapid growth in the organic sector has highlighted issues that need to be addressed: shortages of organic raw materials such as organic grain and organic sugar, product sales in a weak U.S. economy and competition from food marketed as “locally grown" or "natural." ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
FMI NEWS RELEASE
LAS VEGAS, NV — May 5, 2008 — Higher fuel and food costs and other economic pressures are having a pervasive impact on how consumers shop, cook and dine, according to the Food Marketing Institute (FMI) U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends 2008 report released here today. Economic concerns are compelling Americans to cook at home more and eat less often at restaurants (71 percent). In fact, families eat their main meal at restaurants only 1.2 times per week, down from 1.3 in 2007 and 1.5 in 2006. Consumers are buying fewer luxury foods (67 percent) and more store-brand items (60 percent) and eating more leftovers (58 percent). The high ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Market structure and enterprise competitiveness: strategic choices ...
China Organic Food Marketing Report (2002–2004) Ministry of Agriculture, Beijing , PRC. Grocery Retailing (2002) Report on Organic Food Market, Institute of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Marketing US Organic Foods - Marketing US Organic Foods: Recent ...
Department of Agriculture www.ers.usda.gov. A Report from the Economic Research Service. Marketing U.S. Organic Foods: Recent Trends From Farms to Consumers ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Organic Produce, Price Premiums, and Eco-Labeling in U.S. Farmers ...
Although the marketing channels for organic food have expanded in recent years, ..... Market News, State price reports, and agricultural pub- ...
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Why is Organic food so popular lately? - Yahoo! Answers
Okay, I have this project for my Physical Education class and therefore I chose to do my project on the study of "Organic Food". I've gotten most of the information I needed, now I just need to know a few reasons why Organic Food is so popular. I've thought it could be because of they way it is healthy for you and probably because of the way it doesn't pose as a threat for the environment. Are there any other reasons? I believe the main reason organics has gotten so popular after languishing for decades as hippie tree hugger food is because the in 2002 the USDA created national standards for organic ...
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I am in the process of setting up a natural health products store in Western Canada. I am looking for detailed market research that will help me determine which products to stock. I need to know what categories move best (i.e. "health and beauty," "supplements," "natural foods" etc) and which brands are the top sellers within the categories. Request for Question Clarification by nancylynn-ga on 10 Dec 2004 09:50 PST Hello naturally-ga: I'm working on your question but, so far, I have found only one detailed, current report that's available for free. I will certainly try to find more information at no-fee, ...