Organic Food
Organic food comes from organic agricultural production system, which refers to all agricultural and sideline products and processed products that are produced and processed in an organic way and meet the requirements of international and national organic food standards and certified by international certification bodies. Organic food in the production process is absolutely prohibited the use of agricultural, chemical fertilizers, hormones and other synthetic materials, and does not allow the use of genetic engineering; Other foods allow the priority use of these substances and do not prohibit the use of genetic engineering techniques. Such as green food for genetic engineering and radiation technology is not specified.
Promote Environmental
Ecological principles: Organic agriculture should be based on, cooperate with, support and sustain life-giving ecosystems and ecological cycles. All those engaged in the production, processing, marketing and consumption of organic products of organic products should contribute to the protection of the public environment, including landscape, climate, habitat, biodiversity, atmosphere and water.
Promote Environmental
Advocate The Healthy
Inheritance And Care
Maintaining Fairness
Food Status Quo
  • Domestic Situation
    Organic agriculture in our country started to develop from the mid and late 1980s. In 1989, the National Institute of Environmental Ecology, Nanjing Institute of Environmental Science, China joined the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) and became China's first IFOAM member. China will become the fourth largest consumer of organic food. Organic food is expected to account for 1% -1.5% of the total Chinese food market. The demand for organic food in China will reach or exceed 5% in the international organic food market.
  • Foreign Status Quo
    In the context of the global economic slowdown, sales of international organic products are still at a steady pace. The global demand for organic products is concentrated in North America and Europe, where market demand account for 96% of the global organic market. Although organic farming practices are now available on all continents, demand is still concentrated in both regions.
Global Trend
In 2014, the total sales of organic food (including beverages) in the world reached 80 billion U.S. dollars. Organic product sales have enjoyed good growth over the past decade, and Organic Monitor expects the organic product market to continue to grow in the coming years. Europe and North America have one-third of the world's organic farmland, contributing over 90% of sales, while Asia, Latin America and Africa are important organic crop areas, but organic products in these areas are mainly exported . In 2014, the world's largest market for organic products remained the United States, Germany and France with sales of 270.62 billion euros, 7.91 billion euros and 4.83 billion euros. (Annotation: China is located in fourth place with sales of 3.701 billion euros)
7.6%
Per capita consumption in Denmark (162 euros)
6.5%
Per capita consumption in Austria (127 euros)
7.1%
The country with the highest per capita consumption of organic food in the world is Switzerland (EUR 221).
6%
Per capita spending in Sweden (145 euros)