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Consumer Behaviour


Dutch vegan start up Charly´s All is Fair

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

13.02.2018 Editor

The Dutch start up entrepreneur Charlotte zum Vörde Sive Vörding with her brand Charly´s All is Fair presented her ideas and the company at the IFOAM EU Procssing Congress in Zwolle, Netherlands.


VIVANESS 2018: natural and organic cosmetics digitalized

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

12.02.2018 Karin Heinze

The future is digital. Digitalization is having an impact in all areas of life and opening up new prospects in the natural and organic cosmetics industry too. Cosmetics are already among the most common products purchased online and German consumers are particularly willing to buy them compared to consumers in other European countries. This is one of a number of aspects that will be under the spotlight when the natural and organic cosmetics industry meets in Nuremberg from 14 to 17 February for VIVANESS, the International Trade Fair for Natural and Organic Personal Care.


Netherlands: plus 10 % in organic sales 2016

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

21.12.2017 Editor

Organic food sales in the Netherlands increased by 10% in 2016 to € 1.4 billion. In the last ten years, sales have tripled. The winners are mainly the supermarkets.


Mintel: key trends for 2018

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

20.12.2017 Editor

Mintel has identified five key trends set to impact the global food and drink market in 2018. They include transparency, traceability, self-care, and scientifically engineered ingredients.


Biobased food packaging through the eyes of the consumer

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

11.12.2017 Editor

What do consumers think of biobased food packaging? And can manufacturers and retailers strengthen the brand position of their food products by choosing biobased food packaging? Within the COMBO public private partnership, Wageningen University & Research is helping the food sector make well-founded, sustainable packaging choices.


Sweden: KRAV considers to withdraw from EU Organic Regulation

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

01.12.2017 Editor

KRAV the leading Swedish certification body recently discussed its future direction. During a meeting with stakeholders the certification body also considered to withdrawing from the EU Organic Regulation.


Report: international organic fruits and vegetables markets till 2020

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

23.10.2017 Editor

The international market research Markets & Markets says in a recent study that the global market for organic fruits and vegetables is projected to reach USD 62.97 Billion by 2020.


Continuing success of international natural cosmetics markets

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

17.10.2017 Karin Heinze

Not only in Germany but on the international stage too the trend in the natural and organic cosmetics industry continues to be very positive development. In the leading market in Europe, the German market, demand shows no sign of slowing. According to Naturkosmetik Verlag, about nine million consumers buy natural cosmetics several times a year and their purchasing behaviour caused turnover in the first half of this year to grow by around two percent.  The “Green & Clean” trend is to be seen everywhere in neighbouring countries with robust market development and also internationally. However, manufacturers and the trade are having to confront a number of challenges.


Sweden: organic sales reached new record in the first six months

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

16.10.2017 Editor

In the first half of 2017, the increase of organic food and beverage is 7-8%, a value increase of SEK 1 billion (105 mn €) over six months. That is the result of Ekoweb´s interim report.


Germany: 9.3 million vegetarians and vegans

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

03.10.2017 Editor

On World Vegetarian Day the German the vegetarian association ProVeg (the former Vegetarierbund Deutschland) will provide an overview of current developments in the veggie movement.

 According to a survey 1.3 million people in Germany are vegans. Three years ago the figure was, according to ProVeg, only 900,000.


An Indian organic journey: Namu & Misha´s reunion

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

03.10.2017 Editor

When old school friends Namu Kini and Misha Gill reunited as young mothers in their 30s, both decided to chuck up their corporate jobs and embark on an organic journey together. They took the decision to quit their high powered careers to dive into their true passion - creating an organic food company which would offer people healthy, tasty and pure food. Thus was happyhealthyme (HHM) conceived.


Canada: 10% increase in organic sales

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

22.09.2017 Editor

Canadian Organic Trade Association (COTA) reports that 66% Canadian consumers spend at least some of their weekly grocery budget on organic items. This is a 10% increase from a year ago.

 

 


Today’s Millennial - tomorrow’s organic parent

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

20.09.2017 Editor

Millennial parents use digital sources of information to learn about new products – online product reviews, blog posts and mobile apps - more frequently than older parents who prefer traditional information sources.


Ageing population & food safety driving organic sales in Asia

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

19.09.2017 Editor

The Asian organic market will witness 10% annual growth till 2020, largely owing to an increasing ageing population with greater life expectancy than before, as well as, widespread food safety concerns due to a slew of food scandals that have come to light in recent years.

This article is first published in the magazine Pure&Eco India and can be published in www.organic-market.info due to a fruitful cooperation of our magazines. 


Record organic sales in Italy

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

12.07.2017 Editor

The AssoBio organic association recently presented Nielsen data on the trend of organic food sales in Italian supermarkets.


Italy: posts new record in organic sales

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

11.07.2017 Karin Heinze

 

Nielsen data presented by the Italian Association for Organic Trade AssoBio show a very positive trend in the sale of organic food in Italian supermarkets. From January to April this year, total sales (food, drinks, pet food) increased by 3.7%, up from 0.5% in 2016. The share of organic food in the total food sales increased from 2% in 2013 to 3.4%. Italian consumer purchases in supermarkets have more than tripled since 2009. Also traditional specialized organic shops are growing. 83% of Italian households bought organic products in 2016.

 


Organic Milk Market Report 2017

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

16.06.2017 Editor

The 2017 edition of the OMSCo Organic Milk Market Report highlights strong growth worldwide for organic dairy, driven by a common consumer focus on health and wellness.


USA: organic frontrunners in east and west

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

09.06.2017 Editor

The  east and west coasts in the United States have always been the country's organic strongholds. Especially in California, customers buy organic food more frequently than their counterparts in other federal states.


Italy: rising turnover of organic fruit and vegetables

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

09.06.2017 Editor

In 2016, per capita consumption of fruit and vegetables in Italy was 152 kg. Around 9 million tonnes were sold, with consumers opting increasingly for organic fruit and vegetables.


Denmark: Consumers buy more organic food

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

13.05.2017 Redaktion

The Copenhagen Post reports: Sales of organic food in Denmark have increased during 2016.


Euromonitor released data of organic and free from market

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

09.03.2017 Editor

According to a new research, foods and beverages offering health benefits, such as free-from and organic , drove sales in 2016 with around 7%.


Germany: The Good Food sells waste food only

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

28.02.2017 Editor

"The Good Food" offers waste food in two shops and on the market in Cologne. These are the first shops in Germany that sell only products that would otherwise have been destroyed as waste.


UK: organic market tops £2 billion

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

23.02.2017 Editor

The 2017 Organic Market Report was launched by the Soil Association on Monday, 21st of February. The report reveals that the UK organic market is now in its fifth year of growth and worth £2.09 billion. Total sales of organic increased by 7.1%. 


Germany: nearly 10% growth in organic turnover

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

13.02.2017 Editor

The turnover of organic food grew strongly in Germany in 2016. This was reported by the Bund Ökologische Lebensmittelwirtschaft (BÖLW) and the Arbeitskreis Biomarkt  prior to the launch of BioFach.


Global organic personal care market to reach $25.7 billion

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

10.02.2017 Editor

The Dublin based Research and Markets has announced in their “Global Organic Personal Care Market Analysis & Trends - Industry Forecast to 2025” report that the global growth in the sector continues.


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