The world market for organic agriculture for the first time exceeded 100 billion US dollars

The world market for organic agriculture for the first time exceeded 100 billion US dollars

Organic agriculture continues to grow steadily around the world. Every year, the Swiss Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL publishes statistics "The World of Organic Agriculture", this year 21 collections have already been released. Key indicators from it are presented today at the world exhibition BIOFACH 2020, participants of the Union of Organic Agriculture from Nuremberg pass, where they take part in the collective Russian stand and as part of the Russian delegation.

According to FiBL and research company Ecovia Intelligence, the global organic food market for the first time exceeded $ 100 billion (almost 97 billion euros).
According to IFOAM, the three leaders remained unchanged - the United States leads the market with 40.6 billion euros, followed by Germany (10.9 billion euros) and France (9.1 billion euros). Many large markets continued to show double-digit growth, while the French organic market grew by more than 15%. Danish and Swiss consumers spent the most on organic food (€ 312 per capita in 2018). Denmark had the highest share of the organic market with 11.5% of the total food market.
(Source and photo: press service of the Union of Organic Agriculture).
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