Rising demand for healthier, sustainable food options, environmental concerns, and regulatory support propel the growth of the Organic Growers Market, nourishing health-conscious consumers, and planet.
The Global Organic Growers Market is valued at USD XX Billion in 2024 and is expected to reach USD XX Billion by 2030 with a CAGR of 16.21% over the forecast period.
Organic growers play a crucial role in promoting the well-being of humans, soil, plants, animals, and the broader ecosystem. The growing use of synthetic chemicals in conventional farming has led to increased soil pollution, making organic agriculture a compelling solution. While some forms of pollution are beyond human control, adopting organic farming practices, championed by organic growers, offers a means to combat this issue.
Organic growers employ a range of techniques in organic farming, including the use of natural fertilizers like compost manure, green manure, and bone meal. They also employ strategies such as crop rotation and companion planting to enhance soil health and crop yields. The concept of organic agriculture was initially introduced in the early 1900s by visionaries like Sir Albert Howard, F.H. King, and Rudolf Steiner. These pioneers emphasized the use of organic fertilizers and sustainable agricultural practices as the foundation of their approach to farming.
The COVID-19 outbreak has positively affected the organic grower’s market. During that pandemic, people went through a very tired mindset about life, health, etc. That is the reason people prefer fresh food for themselves. This increasing demand can be fulfilled by adopting organic agriculture. That's why there was an increase in the use of organic growers in farming. For example, according to Manarcadu Social Service Society (MASS), in 2021, the organic market will approximately reach Rs 2000 crore. Therefore, there is a growing demand for organic growers on the market.
Global organic grower’s market is segmented based on product, application, end user and region. Based on product, the organic grower’s market is segmented into seeds, biomanures, compost, crop diversification, soil solarization, Biofertilizers and microbial inoculants, Microbial pesticides, Botanical pesticides, naturally occurring salts. Based on application, the organic grower’s market is segmented into organic farming, organic school, organic food industry. Based on end user, the market of organic growers is segmented into growers, shippers, processors, certifiers, farmers' associations, distributors, importers, exporters, consultants, retailers, and others.
The regions covered in this organic grower’s market are North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin, and the Middle East. Based on a country level, the market of organic growers is subdivided into the U.S., Mexico, Canada, U.K., France, Germany, Italy, China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia, Middle East Asia (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt) GCC, Africa, etc.
Some of the key players for organic growers are Nature's Path, Organic Valley, WhiteWave Foods, Driscoll's, Earthbound Farm, Amy's Kitchen, Organic Gemini, Nature's Best, General Mills, Clif Bar & Company, United Natural Foods, Inc., Eden Foods, The Hain Celestial Group, Lundberg Family Farms, Pacific Foods, Amy's Kitchen, Happy Family Brands, Nature's Best, Nutiva, Clif Bar & Company, Stonyfield Farm, Horizon Organic, Organic Gemini, Cargill, SunOpta, SunOpta, Newman's Own, Wholesum Harvest, Once Upon a Farm, Small Planet Foods and others.
On November 20th,2022- Prof. MV Varshneya, the former Vice-Chancellor of Kamadhenu University in Gandhinagar, emphasizes the importance of educating the youth about organic farming. He believes that the younger generation can play a vital role in revitalizing traditional farming practices, akin to the saying ""old is gold,"" to uplift the living standards of farmers. As a member of both the ""Sumangalam"" and ""Sufalam"" groups, Varshneya delivered a speech on 'Regenerative agriculture under changing climatic scenarios in Peninsular India' at the University of Agriculture.
December 18th,2022-The Assam Ministry plans to convert 20,000 hectares of farmland into organic agriculture within four years, involving 15 districts and 150 groups. Chief Minister Sabah Gaon aims to share knowledge with the leading village, Sabah Gaon, to promote the value of local Agri-Horti products. A three-day show during the 7th Assam International Agri-Horti Show at Khanapara will further this cause for the future of agricultural and horticultural products.
Increasing awareness about soil pollution is driving the growth of organic growers' markets. For farmers, their farm or their farm soil is real gold. Soil carries important value in agriculture, so retaining and preserving the health of the soil must be important. That’s the reason farmers want to take care of the soil. Today, different types of chemical compost and fertilizers are available to take care of soil. But excessive use of chemical compost and fertilizers is harmful for the soil. There are some disadvantages, like soil degradation, nitrogen discharge, soil compaction, reduction in soil organic matter, and loss of soil carbon. For instance, As of November 22, 2022, data from the NCBI reveals that heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Hg, and Cr) and metalloids (As) constitute over 82.0% of soil contamination. However, the application of organic compost and fertilizers has proven effective in reducing the prevalence of these heavy metals and metalloids in the soil. Consequently, organic compost emerges as a highly efficient method for mitigating soil pollution. Its farmer-friendly and user-friendly characteristics are encouraging people to opt for organic cultivation.
Increasing awareness about organic farming is driving the growth of organic growers' markets. Before the nineties, for better food production, farmers were hugely aware of the green revolution. With increasing awareness since the late 1960s, farmers believe in organic agriculture and the advantages of organic products or farming. Resulting growth in inclination towards organic farming. For instance, in 2021, research indicates that organic agriculture was practiced across 187 countries, with approximately 72.3 million hectares of farmland cultivated using organic methods, engaging over 3.1 million farmers. These farmers express strong satisfaction with embracing organic cultivation practices. Organic growers play a pivotal role in various sectors, including organic farming, agriculture, and organic education. Consequently, the market for organic growers is experiencing substantial growth.
However, initial investment is very high, which means high investment and mass production are not possible for some farmers. That’s why they do not get their land for organic farming. Also, organic food has a high cost. Less marketing and not much more efficient distribution of organic food. All these factors are affecting the growth of the organic grower’s market. Furthermore, for business purposes, more research on organic products can increase the growth of organic growers' markets. Increasing awareness about protecting the future generation, better nutrition, and better taste for reducing environmental pollution and increasing awareness of biodiversity is growing the demand for organic growers in the future.
North America holds the dominant share in the organic grower's market, with an expanding awareness of the benefits of organic cultivation significantly driving market growth. In 2021, 28% of farms in the region expressed their intention to augment their organic production levels. Notably, 1,558 certified organic farms were in the multi-year transition process required for land to achieve organic certification, encompassing an additional 196,923 acres. Furthermore, an extra 657 farms, although not yet certified, reported that 62,069 acres of land were in the process of transitioning to organic production. This data underscores the growing prominence of organic farming practices in North America and their impact on the organic grower's market.
In the organic grower's market, the Asia Pacific region emerges as a prominent player. This dominance is attributed to a pragmatic approach among people concerning household food security, along with a rise in disposable income. The escalating awareness of soil pollution and a growing consciousness about farmer health further contribute to the market's expansion. Notably, a significant number of farmers in the region are inclined toward adopting organic farming practices. As of February 3, 2023, India alone boasts a substantial count of 4.43 million organic farmers, exemplifying the region's strong foothold in the organic grower's market.
Asia Pacific's prominence in the organic grower's market underscores its critical role in responding to the increasing demand for organic produce and sustainable agricultural practices. The combination of economic considerations and a commitment to environmental well-being positions the region as a key contributor to the market's growth and development.
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