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According to the [190+ Pages] research report; the global Organic Food And Beverages Market in 2019 was approximately USD 220.00 Billion. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16% and is anticipated to reach around USD 620.00 Billion by 2026. Top market players are Amy's Kitchen Inc., The Hain Celestial Group Inc., Private Label Companies, Organic Valley, General Mills, Inc., Whole Foods Market Inc. and others.

New York, NY, Feb. 02, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Facts and Factors have published a new research report titled Organic Food And Beverages Market By Organic Food (Organic Fruits & Vegetables, Organic Meat, Fish & Poultry, Organic Dairy Products, and Organic Frozen & Processed Foods), By Organic Beverages (Organic Non-Dairy Products, Organic Coffee & Tea, Organic Beer & Wine, and Others), By Distribution Channel (Supermarket/Hypermarket, Convenience Stores, Specialist Stores, Internet Retailing, and Others): Global Industry Outlook, Market Size, Business Intelligence, Consumer Preferences, Statistical Surveys, Comprehensive Analysis, Historical Developments, Current Trends, and Forecasts, 20202026.

According to the research study, the global Organic Food And Beverages Market was estimated at USD 220.00 Billion in 2019 and is expected to reach USD 620.00 Billion by 2026. The global Organic Food And Beverages Market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16% from 2019 to 2026.

In today's world where everything is driven by the new state-of-the-art technologies, farmers are reverting back to age-old farming activities on this planet for the greater good of humanity. A new generation of health-conscious customers, increasingly mindful of the adverse effects of pesticides and other contaminants in food, has necessitated this, farmers are now reverting to age-old agricultural methods to grow which is known as organic food. This agricultural norm is governed by the government department of different countries, which also includes guidelines for governing food which animal care cultivation. The use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, synthetic chemicals, and growth hormones in the processing of organic foods and beverages is not permitted or only partially permitted. In addition, organic foods and beverages provide significant advantages over regular diets, such as nutritional benefits, free of toxic additives, and more.

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The rising consumer awareness regarding the health benefits of organic food and beverages and its widespread use in the food & beverage industry is one of the most key factors driving the growth of the global organic food and beverages market. The global organic food and beverages market is expected to grow owing to the in-demand for the rising demand wellness industry. People's diet has contributed to numerous illnesses across the world, like obesity, blood pressure, and diabetes, which have raised the rate of organic food consumption. The rise in the number of supermarkets, department shops, and grocery stores has also catalyzed the development of the global organic food and beverage industry as they showcase the items and some have reserved a separate segment for organic food at their outlets. It has elevated the demand for organic food and beverages and an extensive focus on research and development by key players. The growing number of the manufacturing sector is anticipated to witness significant growth in the global organic food and beverages market within the forecast period. The high price and low shelf life of organic food and beverages may hamper the markets growth. Research and development, innovative activities in the technology of organic food and beverages, and increased investment in organic food and beverages products are anticipated to open new avenues for the organic food and beverages market in the near future.

Top Market Players

Some of the key players operating in the market include Amy's Kitchen Inc., The Hain Celestial Group Inc., Private Label Companies, Organic Valley, General Mills, Inc., Whole Foods Market Inc., WhiteWave Foods, Everest, Cargill, Inc., United Natural Foods Incorporated, Danone, Dean Foods Company, Starbucks Corporation, Cargill, Inc., Kraft Heinz Co., Kellogg Co., ConAgra Brand, Inc., Kerry Group Plc, The J. M. Smucker Co., Dole Food Company, Inc., Horizon Organic, Nestle SA, PepsiCo Inc., The Coca-Cola Company, Eden Foods Inc, among others.

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The global organic food and beverages market is mainly bifurcated into organic food, organic beverages, and distribution channel. By organic food, the global market is bifurcated as organic meat, organic fruits & vegetables, organic dairy products, fish & poultry, organic frozen & processed foods, and others. On the basis of organic beverages, the global market is classified as organic coffee & tea, organic non-dairy products, organic beer & wine, and others. On the basis of the distribution channel, the global organic food and beverages market is classified as supermarket/hypermarket, convenience stores, specialist stores, internet retailing, and others. In addition, research and development, high levels of marketing support, and innovative product launches are propelling the organic food and beverages demand. In recent years, the rise in technological development and the increase in soil adaptability to organic farming have predicted the reduction in the cost of organic food and beverages in the near future.

The report study includes an in-depth analysis of industry players' market shares and provides an overview of leading players' market position in the organic food and beverages sector. Key strategic developments in the organic food and beverages market competitive landscape such as acquisitions & mergers, inaugurations of different products and services, partnerships & joint ventures, MoU agreements, VC & funding activities, R&D activities, and geographic expansion among other noteworthy activities by key players of the organic food and beverages market are appropriately highlighted in the report.

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The global organic food and beverages market is experiencing significant growth that is expected to continue over the upcoming years. A massive rise in the demand for organic food and beverages in the food & beverage industry sectors is likely to act as a key driver of the global organic food and beverages market.

The organic food and beverages market research report delivers an acute valuation and taxonomy of the organic food and beverages industry by practically splitting the market on the basis of a different type, and application, and region. Through the analysis of the historical and projected trends, all the segments and sub-segments were evaluated through the bottom-up approach, and different market sizes have been projected for FY 2020 to FY 2026. The regional segmentation of the organic food and beverages industry includes the complete classification of all the major continents including North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa. Further, country-wise data for the organic food and beverages industry is provided for the leading economies of the world.

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The organic food and beverages market is segmented based on organic food, organic beverages, and distribution channel. On the basis of organic food segmentation, the market is classified into organic fruits & vegetables, organic meat, fish & poultry, organic dairy products, organic frozen & processed foods, and others. On the basis of organic beverages segmentation, the market is classified into organic non-dairy products, organic coffee & tea, organic beer & wine, and others. On the basis of distribution channel segmentation, the market is classified into supermarket/hypermarket, convenience stores, specialist stores, internet retailing, and others.

On the basis of region the organic food and beverages market is segmented into, North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. In 2019, the North American region dominates the organic food and beverages market among all the regions followed by Europe in terms of value.

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As per our primary respondents, the China organic food and beverages market is set to grow annually at a rate of around 17.0%

North America is the biggest organic food generating income producer. It is a mature economy with strong buying power on the part of customers. Consumer product recognition pushes the industry with a CAGR of over 14.0%

The Asian market has large imports of refined organic foods and drinks from the European and North American developed countries.

The increasing demand for organic food and beverages from various sectors in China is supposed to display the highest growth in the regional market as it is one of the developed economies.

Based on the study results, relative to the other products, the fruit and vegetable sector has been the primary contributor to the global organic food industry. The growth of organic fruits and vegetables means that they provide more valuable nutrients, such as antioxidants, are young, and use environmentally sustainable farming methods relative to their conventional counterpoints

Innovation in organic food and beverages is supposed to fuel market growth. The companies are supposed to invest in R&D to innovate the better product. Product invention will open new opportunities for organic food and beverages thus are expected to propel the product demand in the upcoming years.

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Carlota Mateos and Juan Vila, co-founders of PlenEat have a vision: to pioneer the rural-urban virtuous circle in Madrid through 100 per cent certified organic meals. With momentum from its participation in the EIT Climate-KIC accelerator programme, PlenEats has the ambition to generate the greatest possible positive impact on both society and the planet while feeding the city delicious and nutritious meals.

The Countryside-City mindset that forms the foundation of PlenEat is committed to increasing the accessibility of certified organic food to achieve a healthier society and a healthier planet. With seasonal, healthy ingredients that local farmers cultivate and local chefs prepare, they provide healthy meals for company canteens and events. They currently work with 14 companies, including HP, Disney, Reale, BBVA, ICEX and the Instituto de Empresa. This is complemented by sales through vending machines and takeaway shops, as well as meal delivery service, which is currently in the pilot phase. In addition, they have entered a strategic alliance with Sodexo, the largest company in the food service operations sector worldwide.

An unlimited ambition

PlenEat also seeks to transform the production side of the food services industry. In the first half of 2021, they will launch a project in La Manchuela (Cuenca, Spain) that aims to convert conventional chicken production into an organic industry. The new processing plant for chicken products will be built with the intention of opening the door for farmers in the region to switch to organic production. The plant will also include a line of hamburgers and vegan meatballs made from certified organic pulses. PlenEat has raised over 4 million to date to fund this ambitious project.

The project has a triple impact: it improves the health of the customers who eat our organic food, stimulates the economy of rural areas of depopulated Spain and protects the environment, as organic production avoids the use of tons of chemicals that pollute the soil, aquifers and air, while guaranteeing animal welfare, says Carlota Mateos.

The co-founder explains the biggest challenge is a shortage of time. In order to contribute to the fight against climate change, we need PlenEat to have a big impact in the shortest space of time, so increasing demand exponentially is key to this project. And thats where we are, despite the pandemic. The team is already working at full speed and plan to have the project fieldwork implemented before the summer.

The pandemic is an additional factor of risk, uncertainty and difficulty for entrepreneurs, but Carlota Mateos stresses that if the pandemic has revealed anything, it is the vulnerability of human beings and the fragility of the planet. PlenEat is a company that provides a solution to both problems. We have no doubt that once the pandemic is over, PlenEats position will have strengthened exponentially.

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Brexit trade barriers threat to future of organic food supplies – Belfast Telegraph

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One of the UK's top organic health product firms has warned that post-Brexit barriers to trade are threatening the supply of organic goods north and south.

en Moody of the Health Made Easy Group, which supplies more than 300 retailers across the island, said millions of pounds of trade was at risk, as well as the survival of many small businesses.

He said the cumbersome bureaucratic processes the company was now faced with could cost almost a million pounds in extra certification and additional administrative costs - and "at a stroke make the trade commercially unviable".

For every consignment of organic products, he said a Certificate of Inspection (CoI) had to be created for each product in the consignment - and there could be up to 500 different products per single consignment.

The firm expected to make 10,000 consignments to Ireland per year.

Currently, a CoI costs 25, plus administration costs, and Mr Moody estimates each CoI will cost at least 50 in extra costs - meaning a potential bill of 750,000 to cover the cost of all the certificates needed under the new regulations, plus a further 200,000 to cover additional customs administration.

"Our customers are absolutely up in arms," he said.

"Their businesses are at risk, and if we can't find a solution relatively quickly, not only will consumer choice be affected, but the existence of these local retailers - who've been around for decades - will be tested."

Mr Moody said: "We're being told that we can't ship organic products from GB to Northern Ireland, and shipping products into the Republic is a complete no-no."

His warning over organic products came as a leading garden centre owner said Northern Ireland's horticulture sector faces "disarray" this spring due to post-Brexit trading rules.

Robin Mercer, owner of Hillmount Garden Centre in Belfast, called for Government help.

Northern Ireland has remained in the EU's plant health system, meaning NI must apply EU rules on all horticulture products entering from GB.

Some plants now need a health certificate before they can enter Northern Ireland.

Other products have been completely banned, including soil as it can carry pests.

Some businesses in the UK have already halted sales to Northern Ireland customers.

"The whole thing is ridiculous," Mr Mercer said.

"We have been ordering the same plants, bird food and gardening tools for years and almost overnight a wooden-handled trowel cannot be delivered to us.

"Roses can't be shipped due to how they are grown. Yet one supplier in GB is saying they can ship our order to Europe and drive it to us via the Republic.

"Where is the sense in that?" he asked.

The Department for Agriculture has been contacted for comment.

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In the framework of a visit to Mercabarna and the Biomarket, the first wholesale market for organic food in Spain, the Spanish Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, said that Spain could achieve the European Commission's objective of making 25% of the agricultural production organic by 2030.

He stressed that Spain is at the forefront in Europe in terms of organic production, accounting for 9.3% of the total useful agricultural area devoted to this type of production, despite the fact that consumption is way behind."

In this sense, Planas said that the recently inaugurated Biomarket could help develop the promotion and distribution of these foods, so that they reach the public more easily. The Minister said that it is "a leading example for the sector, not only in Spain, but in southern Europe."

In his speech, the Minister also mentioned the reform of the Food Chain Law, whose parliamentary process started this week, and which will make it possible to "improve the income of producers" and will ensure "greater transparency in price formation."

Trust in the end of US tariffs The Minister believes that the arrival of Joe Biden to the White House will lead to the end of the tariffs on European agro-food products that former United States President Donald Trump imposed.

The Council of European Ministers of Agriculture will ask the European Commission to accelerate contacts with the new US administration to be able to cancel the "unfair" tariffs "as soon as possible," he said.


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Nurture Life is a healthy meal delivery service for all ages, offering dietitian-designed meals that are nutritious and likely appealing to picky eaters.

The company offers finger foods for baby-led weaning, meals for toddlers, kids, teens, and adults, as well as meals that the whole family can share.

The meals are precooked and ready to heat and eat upon arrival.

This article reviews Nurture Life, the types of food it offers, its pricing and delivery, and pros and cons.

Nurture Life is a meal delivery service that offers foods for the whole family, from infants to adults.

The meals are designed by registered dietitians and include organic produce, whole grains, and healthy protein sources.

Theyre fully cooked, so you only need to reheat them prior to eating.

Nurture Life is a weekly subscription service. However, its easy to skip weeks or pause your subscription.

Nurture Life offers several menus with a variety of meal choices for all ages:

Nurture Life uses organic ingredients when available. According to the companys website, the service sources animal proteins from trusted purveyors who meet Nurture Lifes quality and food safety standards.

For example, the company uses antibiotic-free chicken, and Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC)-certified salmon.

Complete nutrition information and ingredient lists for all meals are available on the Nurture Life website.

To some degree, Nurture Life can accommodate special dietary needs or food allergies.

The company offers several gluten-free meals, but the facility itself uses gluten-containing ingredients, so theres a risk of cross contamination. Therefore, this service may not be right for people with celiac disease.

Additionally, the companys facility is completely free of peanuts and tree nuts, but other common allergens may be used in some dishes.

You can filter meal options by picky eater fav, vegetarian, and soy-, gluten-, egg-, coconut-, fish-, pork-, milk-, and sesame-free.

Note that the vegetarian options are lacto-ovo-vegetarian, so they may contain dairy and eggs.

This table breaks down the pricing for Nurture Life meals:

The minimum order size is $39 with an $8 shipping fee. However, if you spend at least $59, you get free shipping. If you spend at least $79, you get free shipping and 5% off your total. Finally, if you spend at least $99, you receive free shipping and 10% off your total.

If you dont pause, cancel, skip, or change your order by the order cut-off date, you will receive the same shipment you last ordered.

Nurture Life delivers anywhere in the contiguous United States, but it currently doesnt serve Alaska or Hawaii.

The company uses the United Parcel Service (UPS) and United Delivery Service (UDS) for shipping. The meals are not frozen but packaged to stay at or below refrigerated temperatures for at least 48 hours until they arrive at your residence.

To ensure maximum freshness, refrigerate them as soon as you get them. If you dont plan to eat them within 1 week, they can be frozen for up to 90 days.

For orders under $59, shipping costs $8.

For busy families, Nurture Life provides convenient meal options for family members of all ages. The meals are also healthy and packed with fresh, organic produce.

The prices are comparable to those of a restaurant, but the food is likely much more nutritious.

Additionally, the companys pricing structure incentivizes larger orders with free shipping and discounts, so Nurture Life could be a good option for small families and large households alike.

Nurture Life meals can be expensive much more so than comparable infant or toddler meals you may find at the grocery store.

However, the service offers discounts and free shipping for large orders. Plus, if youre regularly spending money dining out, investing in Nurture Life may be worth the expense to give your family some healthier options.

Nurture Life may also not be a good fit for your household if anyone in your family has severe food allergies or needs to follow a strict gluten-free diet for medical reasons like celiac disease.

Overall, Nurture Life is a great choice for families looking for convenient, healthy meals that appeal to children.

Although Nurture Life is more expensive than some alternatives, its meals are designed by registered dietitians, nutritionally balanced, and easy to reheat and eat.

To minimize the cost of each order and since the meals can be frozen for up to 90 days you can easily skip weeks until you can place an order thats $99 or more, which would qualify for free shipping and a 10% discount.

Nurture Life is a meal delivery service that provides heat-and-eat meals for people of all ages. The meals contain healthy ingredients and are designed to appeal to kids and picky eaters.

Although its more expensive than other convenient options like fast food or frozen meals from the grocery store, it may be worth using this service if youre looking for healthier options to feed your family.

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Organic farm’s last harvest: With no successor to till the land, farm’s days numbered – Agri News

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ROCHESTER, Pa. (AP) Ten years of planning, 10 years of want ads and hope and worry ended one day in October when Don Kretschmann realized it wasnt going to work. No one was going to step in.

This was going to be the last harvest at Kretschmann Family Organic Farm.

Come spring, the Beaver County farm will be idle for the first time since he first turned the soil there in the spring of 1979. Kretschmann is retiring after failing to find someone to take over his 80-acre operation.

I just thought somebody would come, the 71-year-old self-taught farmer said. Nothing worked out there unless some miracle happens.

The inability to find a successor surprised him. He was offering a turnkey operation, an opportunity for an entrepreneurial farmer to simply start growing and harvesting by leasing the land.

Access to land is the biggest barrier for beginning farmers along with the cost of equipment which Kretschmann also offered for lease along with his house.

His only requirement is that the land be farmed organically.

We ran lots of ads in agricultural publications, he said. Maine, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, Minnesota, Iowa, California. We went all over.

A woman from Santa Fe was interested, but wasnt suited to the rigors of farm work. A Kretschmann neighbor expressed interest, but later backed out.

And the guy from Ithaca, New York, sounded promising, toured the farm and Downtown Pittsburgh but later said he didnt want to leave his extended family.

A couple of times he was so close, said Hannah Smith-Brubaker, executive director of the Pennsylvania Association of Sustainable Agriculture, a Harrisburg-based trade group, who has known Don and his wife Becky, 73, for years. Its very sad. Its such an important farm and hes been a mentor to so many farmers.

And theres money in organics.

Direct-to-consumer farm sales is a $439 million industry in Pennsylvania, according to PASA. In a U.S. Department of Agriculture study, organic food products generally commanded a premium exceeding 20% over conventionally grown vegetables. And the popularity of organics continues to grow.

Theres really a great future in organic farming, said Carolyn Dimitri, associate professor of food studies at New York University. Im surprised they werent able to find people to take over that farm. A farm like that could have so much potential.

Corn, Tomatoes And Cabbage

Potential was on Kretschmanns mind when he met his future wife, a native of Arnold, Westmoreland County, and University of Pittsburgh graduate, at a greenhouse in Latrobe where she worked in the 1970s.

By then, Kretschmann, a New York City native had graduated with a degree in psychology from St. Vincent College in Latrobe after switching his major from physics. The switch came after he worried that studying physics could lead to a career in military defense systems, Kretschmann said.

The owner of that Latrobe greenhouse had some advice that proved prescient: You could make a living growing corn and tomatoes.

The young couple took his advice. We rented a farm and started growing corn and tomatoes.

They began farming organically in 1971 on leased acreage in Latrobe and Greensburg and were married in 1974, about the time that farm markets were regaining popularity. The Kretschmanns also sold vegetables to Strip District vendors, restaurants and the supermarket chain Giant Eagle.

Organic farmers rely on natural substances and insect repellents to grow vegetables. A preferred soil fortifier at the Kretschmann Farm is processed feather meal chicken feathers.

In December 1978, they bought the first parcel of land on Ziegler Road in New Sewickley Township in what would become the Kretschmann farm, which includes a pond for irrigation and solar panels along the road out front.

By the 1990s, the idea of consumers making down payments early in the growing season for produce that would be harvested and delivered later was getting traction.

The couple bought into the community-supported-agriculture idea early, becoming among the first farms in Pennsylvania to be certified organic and starting what was among the first direct-to-consumer sales operations in the state, farming experts said.

Community-Supported Agriculture

The Kretschmanns began by selling shares in their harvest in 1993 with 85 people who signed up for vegetable-filled boxes ranging between $12 and $18. The summer of his first year which brought a dry spell with only 1/2 inch rain falling in five weeks by mid-August Kretschmann wrote a note to his customers.

I might bring a little discussion of what is Community Supported Agriculture, he wrote in a newsletter. Its what were doing. It started with the realization that we all need one another.

He told them he would be digging the remainder of the early potatoes within a week and that he would soon have fresh oregano, thyme, chives and spearmint. Later, Ill have dill and cilantro. We also have peppers and tomatillos, he wrote, with produce deliveries matching whatever was being harvested.

By the second year, the Kretschmanns had 185 customers and eventually the farm would serve 1,000 customers in the greater Pittsburgh area from Moon to Zelienople to Bridgeville, Baldwin and Gibsonia.

Buoyed by the early success, the Kretschmanns quit selling at farm markets in the early 2000s and shifted the business completely to the CSA. Supermarkets began catching up by then, too, sprucing up produce aisles and adding organic and locally grown products that consumers increasingly wanted.

Long hours and studying organic farming methods in books made the Kretschmanns successful. But there were also failures: fava beans, edamame, shell beans, artichokes, peaches, plums, cherries none worked out.

Organic produce had gone mainstream by 2006 when retailing giant Walmart began expanding its line of organic vegetables. Instead of cutting into Kretschmanns business, the rise of supermarket organics only made the farms delivered vegetables more popular, he said.

Best All Season

The last harvest at the Kretschmann farm began as a brisk November wind raked fields of ripe cabbage, kale and lush rows of feathery dill. Helping the farmer in the fields were his nephew, Hans Kretschmann, and three Mexican brothers, the second generation of a family to work Kretschmanns land.

Look at that dill, Don Kretschmann marveled, whistling under his breath and cutting hand-sized bundles with a knife. Its the best all season, he said.

Kale, too, was plentiful, with deep green leaves quivering in a cold wind. Wow, thats beautiful, Kretschmann said. It may be the grace of the final year.

Hans Kretschmann, 35, was among family members who considered taking over the farm along with the couples three daughters. For different reasons, none of them worked out, although daughter Maria Kretschmann will continue tending the apple orchard after the farm closes.

The vegetables that will be planted will just be for family use.

Harvesting organic apples from the orchard, Maria began brewing hard cider for retail sale last year. Her cider, called After the Fall, features a label with a woman atop a ladder reaching precariously for an apple on a tree, a label she said was intended to allow multiple interpretations.

Her plans include converting part of a barn basement into a tasting room, but the COVID-19 pandemic popped the hard cider bubble for now.

Its a messed up time to start a business, said the 39-year-old sculptor who does large scale art installations and lives in Wilkinsburg. She had to shelve plans for rolling out a line of premium hard cider in 2020. Everybody has a situation.

Still, the farm will not be her life.

I feel a connection to the orchard; I feel a connection to the land; I feel an obligation to the farm, she said. But I have a lot of other things I want to do with my life.

A Neighborhood Battle

Maria Kretschmann, who studied ceramics as an undergraduate at Rochester Institute of Technology, had been living in Philadelphia for 10 years when her parents told her about an energy companys plans to build a natural gas compressor station next to their farm.

She said she grew obsessed with stopping it, commuting between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh to take up the battle before moving back to Pittsburgh in 2017, a city she hadnt lived in since leaving at age 17.

In 2014, Cardinal PA Midstream LLC filed plans with the local municipality to build a gas compressor station on a 46.6-acre site just beyond Kretschmanns cabbage field. The station would connect to four natural gas wells and condensate, a type of ultralight oil from the gas, which the company would then pump to market.

The family had hints something like this might happen. The Kretschmanns had turned away umpteen gazillion landmen who approached them about signing gas leases, Don Kretschmann said.

The family lobbied neighbors, worried about the station contaminating their crops, and spoke out at standing-room-only municipal meetings where many people wore buttons reading Kretschmann Farm.

Kretschmanns appeals extended to Cardinal PA Midstream partner Richard Weber, chairman of PennEnergy Resources LLC, who befriended Kretschmann each trading books they felt the other should read and chatting about the future of energy.

At a municipal hearing in July 2014, Weber testified that the township was on the verge of developing its natural gas reserves in a way that will generate significant royalties to the residents for decades, according to a later court ruling.

New Sewickley Township approved the plans for the compressor station, which continues to hum and occasionally flare across a valley from the Kretschmann home.

After the plan approval, the Kretschmanns turned to the courts, first Beaver County Common Pleas Court, then Commonwealth Court and finally the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, running up tens of thousands of dollars in legal bills and losing every step of the way.

We were all furious, Maria Kretschmann said. Its just a completely incompatible use of land.

What the family didnt know then was that by the time Cardinal submitted its municipal application for the compressor station, oil and gas leases had already been signed with 678 landowners in the municipality, representing about 71% of New Sewickley Township.

Don Kretschmann said he was surprised when he found out, but daughter Maria said the family knew the odds from the start.

We knew out of the gates that we couldnt win, she said. We did it because it was the right thing to do.

The family has since become a resource and refuge for people who come to their senses about fracking and natural gas production, she said.

The experience drove a wedge between Don Kretschmann and some of his neighbors.

I still feel really bad, he said, years after the state Supreme Court declined to hear their appeal. They were really good neighbors.

In the end, pursuing the case against long odds was part of the environmental message, our philosophy, he said. Lets put it that way.

Still Going Forward

All that will be left after harvesting the cabbage, kale and dill will be little tail-end things in closing down the farm, Kretschmann said.

In a few weeks, he would drive the three Mexican brothers to the airport for their flight home for the winter, but not before having made arrangements for them to start new jobs in the spring for a nearby landscaper.

Kretschmann had also seen to it that his CSA customers would be taken care of by selling his customer list and associated computer programs for what he called a modest price to Who Cooks for You, an organic farm in Bethlehem, with the understanding they will contact each customer about a new CSA service come spring.

The last of Kretschmanns boxes for consumers were filled to overflowing.

Nephew Hans Kretschmann planned to return home to Maryland after the harvest. With farm work at a standstill and the hard cider enterprise on hold, daughter Maria Kretschmann would take a job with the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.

Don Kretschmann said he will continue to help his daughter cultivate the apple orchard and spend the coming months finishing work on a family trust he created to protect his land from ever being used for anything but organic farming.

For now, most of the land will lie fallow.

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Market Overview

The demand for clean labelled food & beverages products has been expanding in recent years, these factors will drive the organic foods & beverages market. With growing consumer awareness and increasing incidence of diseases coupled with emerging trend of food traceability throughout the production and distribution involved in the supply chain in order to identify and address risks and protect public health will further accelerate the demand of organic food & beverage products.


Clean Label includes natural ingredients with no artificial ingredients and chemicals. With growing demand for sustainable agriculture, it is important that organic foods & beverages industry address the major challenges faced at the global level and this Covid-19 Impact on Organic Food and Beverages Market will continue to experience remarkable growth owing to growing demand of additive free and organic products. Organic products are considered chemical free and work exactly like conventional food with high-fiber content.

The growing demand for organically produced foods is growing rapidly. Changing consumer buying routines, growing consumers concerns regarding health, the environment, and animal welfare, along with their readiness to pay superior price for healthy food is fuelling the demand of organic food market in Asia-Pacific region. Even at the global level, market is driven by factors such as increasing consumer awareness towards benefits associated with its consumption, adoption of organic farming methods, and implementation of organic regulations. The presence has increased over the years in conventional food supply chains due to the development of private labels and growing interest of large retailers such as Wal-Mart and Tesco to sell organic products.


Leading Key Players

Manufacturers in the organic foods & beverages market are found to target the developing countries to expand their business and strengthen their portfolio. Manufacturers are identified to be expanding their business majorly in the North America and Asia Pacific regions, which are seen as emerging markets on a global level. Manufacturers are now more inclined towards setting up their manufacturing plants in these emerging countries which is cost efficient and also helps in targeting the mass population of these countries to increase the sale of their products. These considered as a potential market wherein the sale of organic food & beverage products is on demand.

The key players profiled inOrganic Food and Beverages IndustryareHain Celestial Group, Inc., SpartanNash Company, Kraft Foods Group Inc., AMYS Kitchen Inc., Dean Food Company, General Mills Inc., The Kroger Co. and Whole Foods Market


Market Segments

Organic Food and Beverages Market has been divided into product type, packaging material, distribution channel, and region

On the Basis of Type: Bakery & Confectionary, Dairy and Frozen Desserts, Meat & Sea food, Frozen and Processed foods, and others

On the Basis of Packaging Material: Metal, Glass, Plastic, Paper and others

On the Basis of Distribution Channel: Store based, and Non- store based

On the Basis of Region: Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and ROW.


Regional Analysis

Organic Food & Beverages Market is segmented into Europe, North America, APAC and Rest of the World (RoW). Europe region is accounting for the maximum market proportion in the year of 2017 in the global foods & beverages market and it is estimated to retain its dominance throughout the forecast period of 2017-2023.


However, Asia Pacific region is projected to expand at a high pace as compare to the other region and will register a healthy CAGR during the forecast period. Increasing middle income population group with more disposable income, continuous urbanization in developing economies are anticipated to fuel the sales of organic foods & beverages in the Asia Pacific region.

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Green Chef provide a meal kit delivery service that offers options to suit different dietary preferences. The ingredients are certified organic, and the company emphasize green eating and living.

This article looks at what Green Chef offer and how their meal delivery service works. It also discusses the meal options on different plans and their potential health benefits.

Green Chef provide a meal kit delivery service, delivering ingredients and recipes to people so that they can make meals at home. The company offer meal plans for people with different lifestyles and diets.

According to the companys website, the United States Department of Agriculture have certified Green Chef as an organic company.

Additionally, the company emphasize their commitment to sustainability and green practices. They note that their meals produce less food waste than traditional grocery store meals and state that they are the only meal kit company that offset 100% of their direct carbon emissions and plastic packaging.

Their website also mentions that they work with farmers to source sustainable, delicious ingredients and maintain high animal welfare standards.

Please note that the writer has not tried this service. All information is research-based.

The Green Chef service is available for purchase online.

Customers create an account and choose their dietary and delivery preferences. They can select a box catering for two, four, or six people, with prices starting at $5.99 per serving. A person can opt to receive three or four meals each week (or two if they sign up for the four-servings plan). After subscribing, people can skip weeks or cancel at any time.

Green Chef deliver premeasured ingredients, including some that they have already prepared, such as chopped vegetables, sauces, and marinades. They also color-code the chef-crafted recipe card and the ingredients so that people can easily match them up. A person can then make the meals at home.

Green Chef may be suitable for someone who wants to prepare meals at home easily using healthful ingredients. Green Chef could also appeal to people who wish to eat organic food and support local, sustainable suppliers.

The website says that the chefs tips explain and guide someones cooking experience so that people who are new to cooking can still use the service.

According to Green Chef, most recipes are ready in about 30 minutes, which could be beneficial for busy families or individuals who do not have much time to spend cooking.

Green Chef point out on their website that due to processing facilities, cross-contamination may occur. Someone who has a severe allergy should, therefore, use their discretion when choosing a meal plan service.

People can choose a varied plan that includes meat and fish or opt for one catering to a vegan, paleo, or keto diet. The plans also include gluten-free options.

The following are menu examples from each plan.

The types of diets that Green Chef cater to could have potential health benefits.

For example, the authors of a 2019 systematic review concluded that a plant-based diet could have many health benefits, including a positive effect on weight, blood glucose, and inflammatory markers.

Learn more about vegan diets.

Green Chef also offer keto meal plans. Some people use a keto diet to lose weight and improve their lean muscle mass. However, according to a 2019 viewpoint article, the risks and adverse effects of a keto diet may make it unsuitable for someone to use in the long term.

Learn more about keto diets.

Paleo meals are also an option with Green Chef. A small 2015 study indicated that even short-term consumption of a paleo diet could improve glucose control and lipid profiles in people with type 2 diabetes.

Learn more about paleo diets.

Two separate studies from 2017 found that people who plan meals and eat home cooked foods are more likely to have a healthful diet and a lower risk of obesity. A 2019 study also suggested that meal kit delivery services have the potential to provide nutritious meals.

People can choose from a wide range of meal kit delivery services, including:

Those who do not want to use a delivery service could reduce the time they spend shopping, preparing meals, and cooking by:

The Green Chef service caters to different diets and preferences and allows someone to cook healthful meals easily and quickly.

Those who are new to cooking may find the chefs tips and recipe guidance helpful. People can choose the number of meals and servings that they require, so the service can suit both smaller households and larger families.

Some diets, such as a plant-based one, could have potential health benefits. People should use their discretion when choosing a diet to suit their health and lifestyle. They could also consider discussing any dietary concerns with a dietitian or healthcare provider.

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Chipotle Mexican Grill the fast-food restaurant that has long ruffled the feathers of many in the agricultural industry is premiering its first-ever Super Bowl commercial, during the second quarter of Super Bowl LV between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The ad spot, titled Can a Burrito Change the World?, features a young boy rhetorically asking that question while touting Chipotles Food with Integrity marketing and making claims about the impacts those standards can have on carbon emissions, water conservation, and local growers.

To further sweeten its Super Bowl stance, Chipotle said it will donate $1 from every delivery order on game day (Feb. 7) to the National Young Farmers Coalition and is pledging $5 million over the next five years to help remove barriers and enable the next generation of farmers and ranchers to succeed. These are extremely positive steps that can translate into tangible success for the future of agriculture. These efforts to bolster the farming community dovetail with Chipotles recently launched Cultivate the Future of Farming campaign to raise awareness of the hardships being experienced in agriculture, while then offering thoughts and seed grants in order to reverse it.

However, as has been asked often in recent months, the question is whether Chipotle is doing too little to late to help todays farmers. For years, the company has criticized and undermined farmers and ranchers, bullied them for using modern breeding techniques and for treating their animals with medications. The video short The Scarecrow, which depicted a dystopian world of food production, was Chipotles first leap into the rabbit hole. And then in 2014, Chipotle produced the inflammatory Farmed and Dangerous video, which tore into the very industry that produces the very stuff that goes into their tortillas.

One article described the fast-food restaurants approach as such: Chipotles new ag-vertisment is akin to pouring gas all over a dry forest, throwing in a match, and then a few years later wanting to be perceived as tree friendly by planting a few saplings.

Some of the best approaches to carbon sequestration and water conservation include the food-production techniques that Chipotle demonizes things like the adoption of drought-tolerant genetically engineered seeds and biotech crops that require fewer protection applications (or none at all), thus reducing tractor and fuel use. These GMOs that Chipotle stands against also better allow for no-till agriculture, further helping the environment and the sustainability of farming and ranching as a whole.

So, why does Chipotles actions often run afoul of the practicality of agriculture advancements, and what does the Food with Integrity statement mean?

The company says on its website that this manifests as:

Despite its stance against GMOs and promotion of organic foods, Chipotle has continued to sell high-margin products with genetically engineered ingredients, such as sodas and cheese, in its restaurants.

There are ways to be proud of what you do without needlessly sinking others in agriculture.

The company believes the global pandemic has shifted consumer behavior to lean towards a community-focused society, further igniting a passion inside of many for making purchasing decisions that drive difference in the world around them, the company said in a news release accompanying the launch of the ad. With this spot as part of a series of brand actions, Chipotle is shedding light on how greater awareness of where food comes from and how it is grown can not only help everyone, but also begin to reverse an agricultural industry crisis, which has lost 40x more farmers than it has gained over the last decade.

Last year, the brand spent more than $300 million in food premiums to purchase supplies that are responsibly sourced, humanely raised and often locally grown, the news release said.

Chipotle itself has been starved for good PR in recent years, after numerous food-safety issues have cropped up in its restaurants, leading, in part, to a 2020 lawsuit in which the company was ordered to pay $25 million to resolve criminal charges related to foodborne illness outbreaks that sickened more than 1,100 people between 2015 and 2018.

People in agriculture proceed with caution because Chipotles decisions to fight agriculture or embrace it are not borne from altruism, said Kevin Folta. Public-facing corporate positions are spawned from focus groups and surveys, as a multinational, billion dollar food empire certainly has its greasy finger on the consumers pulse. Ad campaigns play into reinforcing the consumers perceptions and identity, showing that Big Burrito aligns with their values.

So yes, while Chipotle spearheads some very positive and noble causes in addition to this new effort to support young farmers, the company has also sponsored virtual farmers markets and food waste programs there is a lot of work to be done to mend the fences it broke and to really elevate itself to embracing the full sustainability of modern agriculture.

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To thrive in this rapidly transforming marketplace, todays businesses call for innovative and superlative solutions. Businesses can accomplish an unmatched insights and expertise of the best market opportunities into their relevant markets with the help of this Organic Fruits and Vegetables Market research report. This market report gives clear idea about the market potential for each geographical region based on the growth rate, macroeconomic parameters, consumer buying patterns, possible future trends, and market demand and supply scenarios.

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The major players covered in the organic fruits & vegetables report are Organic Valley Family of Farms, Shandong Longli Biotechnology Co. Ltd., Green Organic Vegetable Inc., H.J. Heinz Company, Heilongjiang Agriculture Co. Ltd., Cambridge Organic Food Company, Iceland Foods Ltd., Whole Foods Market, Inc, WhiteWave food (Danone), Amys Kitchen, DMH Ingredients, Inc. Hain Celestial Group, Inc, Tesco PLC, The green labs LLC, Saipro Biotech Pvt. Ltd., CSC Brands L.P., Aarkay Food Products Ltd, General Mills, Inc., among other domestic and global players.

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Organic fruits & vegetables market is expected to grow at a rate of 8.75% in the forecast period of 2020 to 2027. The increasing awareness amongst consumers regarding health benefits along with food safety is the factor for the organic fruits & vegetables market in the forecast period of 2020 2027.

A variety of medicinal benefits such as antioxidant properties, better immunity and anti-inflammatory properties associated with the consumption of organic fruits and organic vegetables will accelerate the demand for market. Rising concerns regarding health and environment, rising adoption of healthy dietary lifestyle, rapid urbanization and increasing demand for organic food are some of the factors that will likely to enhance the growth of the organic fruits & vegetables market in the forecast period of 2020 to 2027. On the other hand, the organic products have good quality, high nutritive value and excellent natural sustainability which has inclined consumers preferences towards organic fruits and vegetables which will create new opportunities for the market in the above mentioned forecast period.

High labor cost and accessibility along with short shelf life is anticipated to hamper the growth of the organic fruits & vegetables market in the above mentioned forecast period.

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By Type (Fruits, Vegetables),

Form (Fresh, Pureed, Frozen, Powdered, Others),

Distribution Channel (Supermarket/Hypermarket, Wholesale, Convenience Stores, Others),

End-User (Residential, Commercial)

The countries covered in the organic fruits & vegetables market report are the U.S., Canada, Mexico in North America, Germany, Sweden, Poland, Denmark, Italy, U.K., France, Spain, Netherland, Belgium, Switzerland, Turkey, Russia, Rest of Europe in Europe, Japan, China, India, South Korea, New Zealand, Vietnam, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Rest of Asia-Pacific (APAC) in Asia-Pacific (APAC), Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America as a part of South America, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, South Africa, Rest of Middle East and Africa (MEA) as a part of Middle East and Africa (MEA).

North America dominates the organic fruits & vegetables market followed by Asia-Pacific and Europe in the forecast period of 2020 to 2027 due to rising health consciousness and increase in the number of health-conscious consumers in the region.

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Chapter 4:Presenting Organic Fruits and Vegetables market by regions, market share and with revenue and sales for the projected period

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