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Consumer Behaviour


Demand for organic milk in Germany keeps on rising

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

09.11.2016 Editor

Germans love to drink milk and they do this at an average of 54 liters per year. German consumers are also more willing to spend more money on their milk, with the assumption that quality and price go together.


Hard Discounters forced into sustainable food products

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

25.10.2016 Editor

Hard discounters like Lidl or Aldi are known for offering cheap products that have been exposed to chemical fertilizer and pesticides. Nonetheless, with the global increase of organic food consumption, these giants also seemed to be forced to switch more and more to sustainable products.


Denmark - the world leading organic nation

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

11.10.2016 Karin Heinze

The Danish organic market has grown by 17,8 % in the first six month of 2016 and the organic share is 9,9% of the total food sales in the Danish retail sector. That makes Denmark to the most well-developed organic market worldwide, says a report. Organic products worth almost DKK 1.7 billion (€ 228 Mio.) were sold to professional kitchens in Denmark in 2015, according to the latest statement from Statistics Denmark. This corresponds to an increase of 27% relative to 2014. More than a trebling within five years. And the positive development continues: Organic Denmark expects that the organic sale to food service will increase by 25 percent in 2016.


France catching up with organic leaders

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

07.10.2016 Editor

According to the organic agency Agence Bio, the first half of this year has proved to be very fruitful. Organic food sales increased by 20%.


Organic Food Consumption in India

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

06.10.2016 Editor

As the organic food market is growing all over the world, the Indian market is expected to hit the $1.36 billion mark by 2020.


Organic marketing in China: Green & Safe in Shanghai

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

20.09.2016 Karin Heinze

The rapidly growing middle class in the mega-cities of China is increasingly health-conscious and can also afford to buy organic food. In Shanghai, the cool thing to do is, for example, to shop at Green & Safe or to eat out there. The store with its big restaurant reminds you in its concept and offer of the US-American Whole Foods Markets, and you find organic brands from the west on the shelves. Western food is in great demand in China. Shanghai has a number of organic delivery services as well.


Rutter’s Diary Launches Organic Milk Line

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

12.09.2016 Redaktion

Organic milk sales are on the rise in the US. Rutter’s Diary seems to have noticed this development and is now beginning to sell an own line of organic milk.


Organic marketing in China: Green & Safe in Shanghai

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

30.08.2016 Karin Heinze

The rapidly growing middle class in the mega-cities of China is increasingly health-conscious and can also afford to buy organic food. In Shanghai, the cool thing to do is, for example, to shop at Green & Safe or to eat out there. The store with its big restaurant reminds you in its concept and offer of the US-American Whole Foods Markets, and you find organic brands from the west on the shelves. Western food is in great demand in China. Shanghai has a number of organic delivery services as well.


Organic Soy Protein Market Worth 500.4 Million USD by 2021

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

30.08.2016 Redaktion

Because consumers become more and more aware of the advantages of organic soy-milk and the number of lactose-intolerances is growing, the demand for soy-based products is steadily increasing.


Will UK comply with Demand for Organic Food?

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

24.08.2016 Redaktion

The UK is the world’s fourth-biggest organic market after the US. While sales of non-organic food and drinks fell by 1 percent last year the organic market grew at 4.9 percent.


America's Organic Fruit and Vegetable Market better than ever

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

22.08.2016 Redaktion

Americans are buying more organic fruits and vegetables than ever. According to The Produce News, sales have increased by more than 25 percent since 2011.


Organic Canned Fruits offer Multimillion-Dollar Opportunity

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

20.08.2016 Redaktion

The global market opportunity in canned fruits is expected to rise from $9.45 billion to over $10.82 billion by 2019.


Demand for organic meat on the rise in the UK

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

18.08.2016 Redaktion

The Soil Association, attributes the sudden rise in meat- sales to a scientific study published in the British Journal of Nutrition in February.


Organic-food competition hurts sales

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

12.08.2016 Editor

Whole Foods dominated the American market for organic food for a long time. Now, companies like Kroger  and Wal-Mart have increased their range of organic products drastically.


Germany’s large increase on organic growers

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

12.08.2016 Redaktion

Organic agriculture grew stably in Germany once again in 2015.


Project to make true cost of food visible to UK consumers

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

01.07.2016 Editor

A pioneering project launched by retailer Whole Foods Market together with organic fresh produce firm Nature & More is aiming to make the true costs of fruits and vegetables visible to UK consumers on the shop floor for the first time, according to Fresh Plaza.


Swiss consumers buy fair trade products for half a billion USD

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

21.06.2016 Editor

In 2015 the Swiss bought 520 million CHF (522 million USD) of fair trade products with the Max Havelaar label last year.


German organic food market to cross 15 billion Euro by 2021

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

15.06.2016 Editor

According to a research report by TechSci, "Germany Organic Food Market By Type, Competition Forecast and Opportunities, 2011- 2021". Germany's average annual household net-adjusted disposable income per capita was $ 31,925 in 2015.


In the Jungle of Labels

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

08.06.2016 Editor

The British market researcher Organic Monitor finds that over 10% of natural personal care products are now certified according to standards, corresponding to a market value of over USD 700 million.


Vegan on the rise in France

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

25.05.2016 Editor

The Vegetarian Association of France (AVF) is a non-profit association, strictly secular and non-political, whose aims are to promote the vegetarian diet in France.


Despite record growth, there’s still too little organic food

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

22.04.2016 Editor

According to new data released this week by the Department of Agriculture, the number of certified organic farms and operations in the United States surged by almost 12 percent from 2014 to 2015.


Europe: Organic Food Market should generate 39 Billion USD by 2020

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

13.04.2016 Editor

Organic food and beverages market in Europe set to reach USD 39.04 billion by 2020, posting a CAGR of close to 7%, according to the latest market study released by Technavio.


Organic cosmetics to grow globally

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

08.04.2016 Redaktion

The global market for organic cosmetics is growing, according to the Global Organic Cosmetics Market Forecast & Opportun­ities, 2021: TechSci Research Report.


Fighting against food waste

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

06.04.2016 Editor

It’s a wonder the human race managed to survive before the advent of a date sticker telling us when we should be eating certain foods by, but survive we did.


Consumer pressure led Waitrose supermarket to stops selling RoundUp herbicide

Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour

05.04.2016 Editor

A Care2 petition, which was signed by over 90 000 people, has led to Monsanto’s RoundUp herbicide being removed from Waitrose stores across the UK.


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