A new report – China Organic Food Market by Segments (Baby Formula, Baby Food, Dairy, Beverages, Oils and Fats, Fresh Produce), Distribution Models, Companies – has been published recently and is available for people on the internet.
The Chinese market for organic food is expectedly going to grow by more than USD 13 billion by 2024. There is a growing demand for organic food in China in the recent years because of the development of socio-economical infrastructure.
It has accelerated with an increased awareness on the advantages organic food items have for the consumers as well as the establishment of stable income flow. In the recent years, the demand has sufficiently increased.
China is the world’s biggest consumer of food items as well as the most rapid evolving food market all across Asia. The country provides the people with an amazing opportunity for all producers to elevate the productivity of their lands through the usage of natural processes instead of relying on mainstream agricultural chemical products.
In recent times, the organic items that are edible are enjoying a massive popularity in all residents living in China, as the items of food do not in any way cause damage to health or the environment. A couple of years ago, consuming organic food items in China only showcases a little amount of the consumption of food.
Even though the representation is small, the demand for organic edible items has been elevated to a big scale as many policies for government are in favor of the consumption of organic, naturally grown food items rather than conventional edibles in the market.
These are some of the few reasons that are expected to be a driving force behind the China Organic Food Market across the projection period. While on the other hand, it is a general observation that the organic food products have more cost in comparison to the conventional food products in any market.
Moreover, these are not readily available to the end consumer in terms of visibility and accessibility at Chinese supermarkets and stores because of their slow growth and dependence on the season. These are some hurdles that come in the way of a better access to the organic food products in the China Food Market for Organic Food.
The report projects an in-detail insight regarding different categories of food that come in the organic section. These include everything, ranging from fresh produce, oils and fats, dairy, and beverages to baby formula and other baby foods.
Hypermarkets, supermarkets, grocery retailers, small groceries growing on an independent scale, internet retailing and digital marketing, direct selling, retailer markets in forecourt, and many other platforms are analysed in deep detail in this report.
It is to be noted that most of the share in the China organic food market for organic products are distributed through hypermarkets and supermarkets.
With some distribution models provided in the report, it becomes easy to not only analyse the ongoing situation but also forecast the growth possibilities and return in revenue in the Chinese food market by the end of the year 2024.
This way, investors in the Chinese food market can easily estimate which steps to take when it comes to introducing new items under their business.