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This report organizes information from diverse sources into a cohesive unit that includes a comparison of organic and conventional food and beverages as well as the organic food and beverages supply chain and market. Organic supplements are also covered in the report.
The report analyzes key product categories and regions to determine present and future organic food and beverage market status and forecasted growth from 2019-2024. The report also discusses market drivers, strategies, and intellectual property.
– 53 data tables and 12 additional tables
– An overview of the global market for organic food and beverages
– Analyses of market trends, with data from 2018, estimates for 2019 and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2024
– Identification of market drivers, restraints and other forces impacting the organic food and beverage industry
– Briefing about harmful effects of pesticide residues in food and its impact on health
– Information on government support through various subsidies and increasing trend of standardization for organic foods
– Discussion on suppliers of organic food and beverage based on market share, product type, new product development, merger & acquisitions, partnerships, and expansion.
– Relevant patent analysis
– Detailed profiles of key companies in the industry, including Coleman Natural Foods LLC, Dean Foods Co., Florida Crystals Corp., General Mills Inc., Kraft Heinz Co., Organic Valley Family of Farms, Safeway Inc., Tesco Plc and Whole Foods Market Inc.
The global organic food and beverage market has grown rapidly in the last few years and this growth is expected to continue. The market is being driven by increasing consumer awareness, increasing amounts of organic farmland, the accessibility of organic products, acceptance of new organic standards and rising per capita income in developing countries such as China, India and Brazil. The global organic food and beverage market is facing various challenges such as high organic food prices, the expense of conversion processes for organic farming, a supply and demand deficit in the U.S. and Europe, funding shortages and low subsides for organic products, and non-uniform organic regulations around the world.
The global organic food and beverage market was estimated to be worth about REDACTED in 2018 and is expected to reach REDACTED by 2024, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of REDACTED from 2019 to 2024. North America and Europe led the organic food and beverage market and together accounted for REDACTED of the market in 2018. Asia in particular is expected to have a rapidly growing demand for organic foods and beverages due to increasing domestic organic production, growing government support for organic agriculture and initiatives for the development of organic standards and regulations. As a result, Asia has the highest projected CAGR of any region at REDACTED between 2019
Reasons for Doing This Study
This report is an update of an earlier BCC Research report published in 2014. Since then growing popular health concerns, government support, and increasing standardization of organic foods have continued to drive the market the demand for organic food and beverages upwards.
Meanwhile, increasing consumer demand for organic food and beverage products has also led market players to try to position themselves in the global market by launching a variety of new and innovative products. Regulatory authorities in different countries are setting new standards and regulations for the promotion of safe and healthy organic foods and beverages.
In the light of all these developments, BCC Research believes that a revision of the 2014 report is warranted and indeed necessary.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Study Goals and Objectives
Reasons for Doing This Study
Scope of Report
BCC Custom Research
Related BCC Research Reports
Chapter 2 Summary and Highlights
Chapter 3 Market and Technology Background
Conventional vs. Organic Foods Comparison
Organic Food and Beverage Distribution and Retail Structure
Food and Beverage Market
Organic Products Segments
Consumer Preferences and Willingness to Pay for Organic Products
Global Organic Cropland Distribution
Chapter 4 Organic Food and Beverage Market by Type
Types of Organic Foods
Coffee and Tea
Chapter 5 Organic Food and Beverage Market by Region
Global Organic Food and Beverage Market
North American Organic Food and Beverage Market
North American Organic Cropland Distribution
North American Organic Food and Beverage Market by Country
Market Penetration of Organic Foods and Beverages in North America
North American Organic Food Market by Country
North American Organic Food Market by Products
North American Organic Beverage Market by Country
North American Organic Beverage Market by Product
North American Organic Supplement Market by Country
Europe Organic Food and Beverage Market
European Organic Cropland Distribution
European Organic Food and Beverage Market by Country
Market Penetration of Organic Foods and Beverages in Europe
European Organic Food Market by Country
European Organic Food Market by Type
European Organic Beverage Market by Country
European Organic Beverage Market by Type
European Organic Supplement Market by Country
European Organic Food and Beverage Imports by Type
Other European Countries
Asia Organic Food and Beverage Market
Asian Organic Food and Beverage Market by Product Type
Asian Organic Cropland Distribution
Asian Organic Food and Beverage Market by Country
Market Penetration of Organic Food and Beverage in Asia
Asian Organic Food Market by Country
Asian Organic Food Market by Type
Asian Organic Beverage Market by Country
Asian Organic Beverage Market by Type
Asian Organic Supplement Market by Country
Other Asian Countries
Rest of the World
ROW Organic Cropland Distribution
ROW Organic Food and Beverage Market by Country
ROW Organic Food and Beverage Market by Type
Chapter 6 Government Organizations and Regulations
Rest of the World
Chapter 7 Market Dynamics
Increasing Consumer Awareness
Growing Amounts of Organic Farmland
Accessibility of Organic Products
Acceptance of New Organic Standards
Rising per Capita Income in Developing Countries
High Organic Food Prices
Slow, Expensive Conversion Process for Organic Farming
Promoting Organic Agriculture Exports
International Financing Agencies
Foreign Direct Investment
Chapter 8 Market Strategies
New Product Development
Mergers and Acquisitions
Partnership, Collaborations, Joint Ventures and Agreements
Chapter 9 Patent Analysis
Patents by Country
Organic Food and Beverage Patents by Assignee
Chapter 10 Company Profiles
AEON CO., LTD.
AMY’S KITCHEN INC.
ALBERT’S ORGANICS INC.
APPLEGATE FARMS LLC
CLIF BAR & CO.
COLEMAN NATURAL FOODS LLC
CONAGRA FOODS INC.
DAKOTA BEEF LLC
DEAN FOODS CO.
EARTHBOUND FARM INC.
FLORIDA CRYSTALS CORP.
GENERAL MILLS INC.
HAIN CELESTIAL GROUP INC.
HIPP GMBH & CO. VERTRIEB KG
KRAFT HEINZ CO.
THE KROGER CO.
NATURE’S PATH FOODS INC.
ORGANIC FARM FOODS LTD.
ORGANIC VALLEY FAMILY OF FARMS
RAPUNZEL NATURKOST AG
SAINSBURY’S SUPERMARKETS LTD.
WAITROSE & PARTNERS
WAL-MART STORES INC.
WHOLE FOODS MARKET INC.
Chapter 11 Appendix: List of Acronyms
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