New Study Suggests Rise in Organic Sales

June 17, 2009

According to a study by the Organic Trade Association (OTA; Greenfield, MA) and Kiwi Magazine, families in the United States are now spending significantly more money on organic products than in years past.

According to a study by the Organic Trade Association (OTA; Greenfield, MA) and Kiwi Magazine, families in the United States are now spending significantly more money on organic products than in years past. The study, to be released this week, examined the consumer behaviors of 1200 families surrounding organic food purchases. Among several key findings, nearly three-quarters of the families sampled claimed they purchase organic products at least occasionally.

For more information, visit OTA’s website at www.ota.com.

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