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US Organic Food Market Trends Remain Strong, Says New Marketsmonitor Report

November 25, 2010: 08:43 AM EST

Marketsmonitor has released a report on the organic food market in the US (“US Organic Food Market Analysis”). It is being driven by a population that has growing incomes and is increasingly aware of issues such as personal health, the environment, food safety and animal welfare. The research found that the US organic food market grew annually at between 16 and 21 percent in the period 2000 to 2008, and managed to survive the economic slowdown, with positive growth in 2009. The industry is expected to benefit further from government support as well as from the growing acceptance of organic food, and the authors forecast a CAGR of 13 percent in the 2010-2014 period. The picture in the US differs between regions, with interest in organic food stronger in states such as California, Wyoming, Texas, New Mexico, Wisconsin, and South Dakota.  

"US Organic Food Market Analysis by Marketsmonitor", Marketsmonitor.com, November 25, 2010, © Marketsmonitor.com
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