30% of U.S. Households Eat Organic Foods

February 28th, 2018

Cornucopia’s Take: The study, linked below, notes that the families most likely to purchase organic food are people with higher income and educations or lower-income families with children. Given the number of studies showing harm to children from pesticides found in conventional food, this second group is no surprise.


 

Source: Nelson Tasman Tourism

Household usage of organic foods climbs to 30% in seven years: Packaged Facts
Food Navigator USA
by Stephen Daniells

The number of consumers seeking out and purchasing organic foods or products with clean labels continues to rise, with the products seen as healthier, more nutritious and more environmentally friendly, says a new report.

Read the full article at HTTPS://WWW.FOODNAVIGATOR-USA.COM/ARTICLE/2018/02/12/HOUSEHOLD-USAGE-OF-ORGANIC-FOODS-CLIMBS-TO-30-IN-SEVEN-YEARS-PACKAGED-FACTS 

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