Organic Food & Organic Beverages Market to Grow at 15.5% CAGR between 2013 and 2019.pdf

Organic Food & Organic Beverages Market to Grow at 15.5% CAGR between 2013 and 2019.pdf

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Organic Food & Organic Beverages Market - Global Industry
Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2013 – 2019

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Global Market for Organic Food and Beverages to Exhibit 15.5% CAGR
2013-2019 as Healthcare Awareness Rises

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Organic Food & Organic Beverages Market


Organic foods are food raised or grown without the use of any synthetic chemicals, additives, coloring
agents, genetic manipulation or radiation on organic farm and satisfy the criteria set by the USDA National
Organic Program (NOP). The raw materials used in the production of organic food & beverages are
soybean, corn, spring wheat, oats and others. Raw material suppliers and distributors such as SunOpta,
Earth Supplied products and Bio - Botanica inc. and others supply various raw materials and ingredients to
the manufacturers of organic food & beverages for R&D and manufacturing of these products. The global
organic food & beverages market in terms of revenue was valued at USD 70.70 billion in 2012.
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The market for organic food by products in 2012 was led by organic fruits & vegetables accounting for
38.9% share of the market and is expected to maintain their dominance in the coming years. Organic
frozen & processed food occupied second largest share in the market in 2012 but it is expected to lose its
market share by the year 2019. Organic dairy products due to advancement in technologies provide
products with an extended shelf life; therefore it is expected to increase its share by 2019. Organic meat,
fish & poultry products occupied a very...

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