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US Organic Product Sales Reach $25 Billion

May 6, 2009: 07:29 AM EST
US sales of organic products, both food and non-food, were $25 billion in 2008, 17 percent higher than 2007, but the slowest growth rate since 2004, according to the Organic Trade Association. Organic food sales grew 16 percent to $23 billion, while non-food grew by 40 percent to reach $2 billion. Organic food now accounts for 3.5 percent of all food sales in the US. High quality retailer store brand organic products are being sought after by consumers, according to J.D. Power and Associates.
Tanya Irwin, "Study: Organic Products Selling Strong Despite Economy", Marketing Daily, May 06, 2009, © MediaPost Communications.
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