Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour20.09.2017 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour19.09.2017 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 was 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour12.07.2017 Editor
The AssoBio organic association recently presented Nielsen data on the trend of organic food sales in Italian supermarkets.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour11.07.2017 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour16.06.2017 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour09.06.2017 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour09.06.2017 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour13.05.2017 Redaktion
The Copenhagen Post reports: Sales of organic food in Denmark have increased during 2016.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour09.03.2017 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%.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour28.02.2017 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour23.02.2017 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%.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour13.02.2017 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour10.02.2017 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour31.01.2017 Karin Heinze
Election year and Green Week: time to talk about the future of agriculture and to demonstrate for a change of direction in agriculture. The seventh “We've had enough” demo in Berlin was an opportunity to do just that – 18,000 people went onto the streets. The motley crowd marched through the government district in Berlin, but the events before and after the demo too were also a platform for targeting the demands of the organic industry, animal welfare organisations, environmentalists and critics of capitalism etc. at politicians (Video).
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour23.01.2017 Editor
With the start of the new political era in America the Organic Consumers Association (OCA) announced to fight against the expected bad conditions for organic farming, GMO labeling and consumers right to know what is in their food.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour20.01.2017 Editor
GM foods have been on the Canadian market since many years and although government has repeatedly assured consumers of their safety, consumers remain wary.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour12.01.2017 Editor
The London based market researcher Organic Monitor is giving its predictions how the sustainable foods sector will develop in 2017 by categories like organic food, eco-labels, sustainable sourcing, traceability etc.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour15.12.2016 Editor
Disposable coffee cups are creating mountains of waste across the whole of Germany. Some companies in Berlin intend to tackle the problem.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour22.11.2016 Editor
With rising demand for foreign products and a fast growing e-commerce sector new platforms for cross-border consumption are growing dynamically. The government is pushing the trend.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour09.11.2016 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour25.10.2016 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour11.10.2016 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour07.10.2016 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%.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour06.10.2016 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.
Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Behaviour20.09.2016 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.