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China becomes the fourth largest market for organic products


The global appetite for organic products is still stronger than ever. There are now approximately 43.1 million hectares of land devoted to organic agriculture across the world, according to  a FiBL-IFOAM report. The countries with the most organic agricultural land are Australia with 17.2 million hectares, Argentina with 3.2 million hectares and the United States with 2.2 million hectares.



The global market for organic produce looks very healthy indeed, having increased five-fold since 1999. In 2013, global sales of organic food and drink reached $72 billion, with Europe and the United States driving 90 percent of the world’s sales. Indeed, the United States has the largest appetite for organic produce by some distance with sales amounting to just under $27 billion in 2013. Germany is in second position with $8.3 billion. Demand is still strong across the European Union as a whole, with sales reaching $24.56 billion in 2013.



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