The Canada Organic Trade Association released its latest analysis, finding that the organic sector is continuing to grow with two-thirds of shoppers adding organics to their purchases each week
Ottawa – Canada’s organic market is growing strong, says a new report.
The Canada Organic Trade Association released its second market analysis called The Canadian Organic Market: Trends and Opportunities 2017.
In a statement the association says it found that the total organic market in Canada, which includes food and non-food items, is now at $5.4 billion – up from $3.5 billion in 2012.
The association says the report includes an “up-to-date overview of the Canadian organic market, combining consumer research with sales and trade data.” It also looks at growth trends and consumer perceptions.
Other key findings, as noted in the statement, include:
The association says the report uses sales data from the Nielsen Company, consumer data from Ipsos polls, and organic trade data from Statistics Canada.
The report also includes secondary research and analysis from the Canada Organic Trade Association, with additional insight and analysis from organic experts.
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