Organic Monitor’s report on The Asian Market for Organic Food & Drink provides a comprehensive analysis of the organic products market in Asia. Produced by collecting primary data from country markets, this updated report on the Asian organic food industry is a must for organisations / investors looking at growth opportunities in this emerging market.
Key Questions Answered:
Our expert analysis provides answers to the following questions
What is the size of the Asian organic food & drink industry? What is the growth potential?
What is the market size by organic product categories?
What are the leading country markets for the organic products market? Which are to show the highest growth?
What countries are the major organic food producers? What organic crops are grown?
Who are the leading organic food & drink producers in Asia?
What companies are the leading importers and distributors of organic products?
Who are the leading organic food & drink retailers in each country?
What is the future growth outlook in terms of organic production and organic food sales?
What are the business opportunities in the Asian organic food industry?
What recommendations can be given to new entrants, existing producers and investors?
Asia is becoming a large producer and consumer of organic products. The region has over 3 million hectares of organic farmland, with some countries becoming international suppliers of organic fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices, rice and ingredients.
Organic food sales are increasing as consumers become more aware of organic production methods. The spate of food scandals, some involving Chinese foods, is stimulating consumer demand for organic products. Many organic foods are imported from Western countries because of the lack of processing in the region.
Distribution is increasing in mainstream retailers, with some supermarkets introducing private labels for organic products. Organic food & drink is also making inroads in foodservice & catering establishments.