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According to AMA, the Global Organic Baby Food market is expected to see growth rate of 10.8% and may see market size of USD11.38 Billion by 2024.

Organic baby food refers to soft and easily consumable food other than breast milk or infant formula that provides minerals, vitamins and nutrients to the baby. Baby products are projected to be used on infant or children under the age of three. Organic baby food is gaining popularity among parents due to growing concerns for childs health. The rising number of malnutrition cases and improved economic condition is driving the market for organic baby food.

Major Key Players in This Report Include,

Abbott Laboratories (United States), Nestle S.A. (Switzerland), Hero Group (Switzerland), Amara Organics (United States), Danone (France), Plum Organics (United States), The Hein celestial group (United States), North Castle Partners, LLC. (United States), HiPP Organic Ltd (United Kingdom), Hipp GmbH & Co. Vertrieb KG (Germany) and Baby Gourmet Foods Inc. (Canada)

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Advance Market Analytics recently introduced Global Organic Baby Food Market study with in-depth overview, describing about the Product / Industry Scope and elaborates market outlook and status to 2025. Organic Baby Food Market explores effective study on varied sections of Industry like opportunities, size, growth, technology, demand and trend of high leading players. It also provides market key statistics on the status of manufacturers, a valuable source of guidance, direction for companies and individuals interested in the industry.

Market Drivers

Growing Birth Rates Worldwide

Rising Number of Malnutrition Cases and Health Concerns for Overall Growth of Babies

Market Trend

Shift Towards Organic Baby Products such as Organic Milk Formula, Fruits, Vegetable Blend Pouches and Other Dried and Prepared Baby Food


Stringent Government Rules and Regulation Related to Production of Organic Food

Availability of Cheaper Substitutes in the Market


Large untapped market in developing countries

Online Retailing for Organic Baby Food

Organic Baby Food Attracting Consumer Attention


Low Adoption Rate of These Products in Rural Areas

This research is categorized differently considering the various aspects of this market. It also evaluates the current situation and the future of the market by using the forecast horizon. The forecast is analyzed based on the volume and revenue of this market. The tools used for analyzing the Global Organic Baby Food Market research report include SWOT analysis.

The Global Organic Baby Food Market segments and Market Data Break Down are illuminated below:

by Type (Milk Formula Organic Baby Food, Dried Organic Baby Food, Ready to Feed Organic Baby Food, Prepared Organic Baby Food, Others), Application (1-6 Month Baby, 7-9 Month Baby, 10-12 Month Baby, 13-18 Month Baby, Above 18 Month Baby), Distribution Channel (Supermarkets and Hypermarkets, Specialty Stores, Convenience Stores, Online Retailers, Others)

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The regional analysis of Global Organic Baby Food Market is considered for the key regions such as Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, Latin America and Rest of the World. North America is the leading region across the world. Whereas, owing to rising no. of research activities in countries such as China, India, and Japan, Asia Pacific region is also expected to exhibit higher growth rate the forecast period 2019-2025.

Strategic Points Covered in Table of Content of Global Organic Baby Food Market:

Chapter 1: Introduction, market driving force product Objective of Study and Research Scope the Organic Baby Food market

Chapter 2: Exclusive Summary the basic information of the Organic Baby Food Market.

Chapter 3: Displaying the Market Dynamics- Drivers, Trends and Challenges of the Organic Baby Food

Chapter 4: Presenting the Organic Baby Food Market Factor Analysis Porters Five Forces, Supply/Value Chain, PESTEL analysis, Market Entropy, Patent/Trademark Analysis.

Chapter 5: Displaying the by Type, End User and Region 2013-2018

Chapter 6: Evaluating the leading manufacturers of the Organic Baby Food market which consists of its Competitive Landscape, Peer Group Analysis, BCG Matrix & Company Profile

Chapter 7: To evaluate the market by segments, by countries and by manufacturers with revenue share and sales by key countries in these various regions.

Chapter 8 & 9: Displaying the Appendix, Methodology and Data Source

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On weekdays, Shashi Chandra, a technical architect at Campus Management Corp., leaves for work by 8:30am. On weekends, he leaves home two hours prior to reach his other workplace: a rented farm in the outskirts of Bengaluru.

For the past two years, Chandra, 38, has been growing vegetables in his 600 sq. ft plot, which is some 35km away from home. Since 2017, he has produced nearly 150kg of vegetables, including brinjal, carrot, cluster beans, beetroot and radish.

Like Chandra, Srinivasan Deenadayalan, 28, who works as network engineer in Chennais Reliance IT Park, has been a weekend farmer for the past two years. He tills a 3.5 acre plot, owned by an acquaintance outside Chennai, and grows native varieties of paddy.

Chandra and Deenadayalan, who had no prior farming experience, are part of a small group of organic urban farmers who juggle career and passion. Some own farms, some rent and some borrow from friends. Startups like Farmizen are also helping people rent and manage farms for them. Founder Shameek Chakravarty says there is a growing interest in farming, but adds that only 20% of his customers visit the farm regularly. The rest instruct through the app what they want to grow in the farm and collect the produce when its ready."

Getting food conscious

Bengalurus Walmart architect Santosh Basavaraju, 41, likes to spend free time at his farm, whenever possible. Curiosity over sterile seeds in a fruit led Basavaraju to take up farming about three years ago. In school, we had been taught that if you sow a seed, it will germinate and grow. So I was surprised that these seeds wouldnt germinate," he says. It was then he started researching on seed engineering, which led him to zero-budget natural farming and attending a five-day course on the subject.

As he couldnt find any land near Bengaluru in his budget to implement what he had learnt, he settled for his familys 10-acre farm in a village in Chamarajanagara district. He grows lentils, millets and sunflower. By adopting a multi-crop method, Basavaraju claims, he has been able to improve his lands groundwater level. He even purchased a cow so that hes not dependent on market manure. As for the harvest, he got nearly 45 quintals of toor dal (pigeon pea) from two acre last season.

While most of what these farmers grow is for personal consumption, some have graduated to commercially selling their produce. Chennais Parthasarathy V.M., 37, who has been farming for over a decade, sells his produce from a makeshift store in his house and at farmer markets. An associate general manager at IT services and consulting company, who recently put in his papers to focus on farming full time, took farming as a vocation due to concern over heavy pesticides used in vegetables. The frequent road trips within Tamil Nadu he and his wife, a former TCS employee, took where they sampled organic produce, cemented this intention. I had become a picky eater," recalls Parthasarathy. So, in 2008, he started experimenting with the three-acre family land in Pandeswaram village, 90 minutes away from Chennai. The first crop he grew was banana. He divided the land and grew five batches, each having 300 saplings. Three batches were exposed to fertilizers and pesticides, and two grown were organically. The organic batch hardly grew because the soil had leftover chemicals, and the few bananas we got tasted lovely. The batch that was given chemicals did excellently well, but we cut buried everything in a dry well because we knew how much pesticide we had sprayed on them," he says.

He gave up the land as half of it was unfit for further organic cultivation and took a half-acre patch again from his family farm land the next year to grow 20 varieties of organic leafy vegetables. With enough for personal consumption, Parthasarathy decided to sell the surplus stock at Chennais Marina beach. But he realized people werent willing to pay the higher mark-up cost he was charging even if the vegetables were organically grown.

So, he switched to native paddy by taking an additional two acres from his family in 2010. He now grows vegetables for personal use and over eight varieties of native rice since they are commercially viable" in 28 acres of family land; 70-odd acre in his village is used for organic farming.

Juggling work and farm

Parthasarathy and Deenadayalan chose native paddy as its a hardy crop and so, easy to manage while balancing farm and work lives. In paddy cultivation, most effort goes into sowing, transplanting and harvesting, after 150 days.

Vegetables are sensitive crop and need constant attention. During the first season, we planted seven varieties of country vegetables but didnt get as much yield as expected. Since I have a job, it was becoming tedious," says Deenadayalan, who has roped in a group of his friends to help at the farm. If he skips a weekend visit, one of the friends makes a trip.

I have a team of three, who help at the farm. This gave me a lot of space to focus on my work. I enjoy my corporate work. In case there is pending work to be finished on weekends, I go early morning to the farm," says Parthasarathy, who spends 15,000-20,000 per month on the farm.

Basavaraju, meanwhile, ensures he wraps up his work by Friday. If some last-minute work comes up, I carry my laptop to the farm. I have Wi-Fi connection there," says Basavaraju, who, on an average, spends 6,000 a month on the farm.

For Shashi Chandra, the weekend travel to farm is also no trouble. When you are passionate about something, you will make time. I arrange my work accordingly," says Chandra. He monthly shells out 3000, which includes the farm rent.

Farming has been transformative for Deenadayalan, who shells out 3,000 a month. Its all worth it because it gives me peace", he says.

Farmizens Chakravarty cautions that farming is not everyones cup of tea. Several people live in this fantasy that they will do part-time farming and make money. The fact is that most part-time farmers barely break even. I have seen people get into the mode of buying land, getting into farming. The first year is always tough. When they see that they have lost or are continuing to lose money, they give up," he says.

Chandra, too, faced his share of problems in the beginning, but he didnt give up. Experimenting with seeds and different methods, he didnt get any harvest for a few months. It taught me not to worry about failure; put your effort and dont worry about results. I also started valuing time."

To ensure things run on time, Basavaraju notes down his observations, like which saplings to plant and seasonal changes, on a digital diary app. Farming is all about data."

The biggest change farming has brought in Parthasarathys life is in his attitude towards consumption. Farming teaches you to be mindful about your consumption. For instance, we have gone many years without buying new clothes. The things we used to worry about has changed; life is much more simplified now."

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G.T. Deve Gowda calls for promotion of organic farming – The Hindu

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Former Minister G.T. Deve Gowda on Thursday emphasised the need for promoting organic farming.

Speaking to reporters after inaugurating Parisara, an organic food store at Sharadadevi Nagar, he said cultivation and consumption of organic food items is not only good for soil health, but also human health.

Cautioning people against the ill-effects of consuming food from crops cultivated using chemicals and fertilisers, Mr. Gowda said society has lately started waking up to the advantages of consuming organic food. He claimed that both his family as well as that of former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah have shifted to consuming only organic food items.

Recalling that organic farming had received a boost during the previous tenure of B.S. Yediyurappa as Chief Minister, he expressed hope that the present government under him would renew the States support for cultivation of organic crops.

The organic food store makes available a variety of millets, ragi and rice grown without using chemical fertilisers. Apart from millets, desi ghee, organic cooking oil, honey, jaggery, tea and medicine are also available at the store, according to a statement from Parisara.

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Organic Grower Summit looks to the future – Produce Blue Book

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PRESS RELEASE Monterey, CA (December 9, 2019) The Organic Grower Summit tackled a wide variety of issues and topics, attracting hundreds of organic growers, producers, and processors to its third annual conference held in Monterey, CA last week.

Presented by California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF) and the Organic Produce Network (OPN) BB #:338018, the event featured a sold-out exhibition floor showcasing companies advancing the latest trends in soil and plant health, bio-pesticides, seed, food safety, and ag technology.

Kicking off the two-day event were a pair of educational intensives focused on organic soil health practices and growth of ag technology.

Haley Baron, education and research program associate with the Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFR) and the moderator for the session on soil health, says farmers are desperate for information. Conventional ag has had the benefit of hundreds of millions of dollars in research over many years, she said, and now, on the organic side were playing catch-up. The goal is to give organic growers practical advicea toolbox that is science-based and backed by research.

Baron said conferences like OGS are an important vehicle in which to disseminate information culled from the latest research and gain valuable insight into areas and issues important to growers and ripe for research.

In the second educational intensive, founders and CEOs from six of the most progressive ag tech firms shared their thoughts on precision and automated technology-and talked about the challenges in supply chain efficiency and food waste management.

Our tent has gotten bigger, said OPN co-founder Tonya Antle, and with that comes new challenges. We wanted this summit to address growers real-world issues. With that in mind, OGS organized a series of educational sessions which offered a dynamic mix of old school experiencesuccessful strategies born out of years of working the fields day in and day outand new technologies and markets offering a glimpse into the future.

Keynote presenters offered three unique perspectives on how organic agriculture can drive social and economic change: hemp as a possible plastics replacement, sustainable ranching with a social conscious, and an ambitious initiative to sequester in soils one trillion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

According to keynote presenter David Perry, Indigo Ag President and CEO, he aims to eventually pay participating farmers $15 to $20 per ton of carbon that they sequester using many of the tools already familiar to organic growers. Called the Terraton Initiative, Perry said regenerative farming practices can improve both the quality of soil and the profitability of farms, while at the same time reducing global warming. The Terraton Initiative has already signed up 13 million farmers.

The educational sessions focused on the nitty gritty issues facing organic growers every day: how to manage water and pests, compost composition, increasing yield and quality and, of course, profitabilityhow to thrive in a tough and demanding business. From emerging hemp and cannabis markets to changing consumer attitudes, cost pressures, and the economics of ever-expanding regulations and certifications, the educational sessions provided a platform for lively debate and back-and-forth discussion.

One family that has navigated those issues and built a successful multi-generational business was honored at OGS with the Grower of the Year award, sponsored by AGCO. The Lundberg family has been producing quality organic rice and rice products since 1937. Today, the third and fourth generations carry on the family heritage of using sustainable farming methods that produce quality products while improving the environment for generations to come.

CEO Grant Lundberg accepted the award on behalf of the entire family, and told the story of his familys farming roots, In 1937, my grandparents were farming in central Nebraska in the dustbowl and they experienced environmental catastrophe and that motivated them to move to California and instilled in them a sense that you need to take care of the soil for the future. In 1969 a future customer asked us to grow organic rice, and that started us on this journey, he said. For the Lundberg family and so many others attending OGS, that journey continues into an exciting and unfolding future.

By the numbers, OGS was attended by nearly 700 people, including 200 organic growers and 90 exhibitors on a sold-out tradeshow floor. The summit also included several social events providing networking opportunities and an exclusive screening of the award-winning short documentary The Last Harvest. Produced by Driscolls, the short film shines a light on ongoing labor shortages and immigration reform and was followed by a lively discussion on challenges and possible solutions from industry experts.

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Organic Baby Food Market Expected to Witness the Highest Growth 2024 with Top Key Players Abbott, Danone, HiPP, Nestle, etc – Eastlake Times

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Reports Monitor has added a new report titled, Global Organic Baby FoodMarket to its vast database of research reports. The report provides a comprehensive evaluation of the market, including historical data, facts, insights, and industry-validated market data. The report provides an in-depth analysis of the, in terms of demand and supply, cost structure, barriers and challenges, product type, key market players, technology, regions and applications.

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The report presents a lucid picture of the current industry landscape, including the historical and projected market size, based on value, technological innovations, micro- and macroeconomic components, and governing factors in the market. The global Organic Baby Food market research report ends with a brief summary of the leading players operating in the market, their product offerings, key developments, SWOT analysis, investment feasibility and returns, and the growth trends and forecasts.

Furthermore, it also evaluates the most recent improvements while estimating the growth of the leading players likeAbbott, Danone, HiPP, Nestle, Hain Celestial Group, Amara Organics, Arla Foods, Healthy Sprouts, Hero Group. & More.

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BetterBody Foods Launches the Only Oat Beverage on the Market that is Organic, Non-GMO & Gluten-Free – PRNewswire

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With no added sugar and completely soy and nut free, Oatsome is appealing to both the health-conscious and allergy-prone consumers. The new milk is not only deliciously drinkable and frothable, but you can use it anywhere you would use other dairy or non-dairy milks; including smoothies, coffee, lattes, in cereal and for baking.

BetterBody Foods (BBF) founder Stephen Richards has been following the rise in popularity of oat drinks in Europe and even tracked down and partnered with an Italian family who has been making this beverage for years.

"We're truly bringing the best Oat milk on the market to our customers," Richards said. "Only the finest ingredients go into Oatsome - the highest quality organic, non-GMO, gluten-free oats and no added sugar, gums, thickeners or stabilizers ever."

BetterBody Foods doesn't use carrageenan in their products, which is rare among alternative milks. In addition to taste, quality and versatility, Oastsome provides sustainability as a better alternative for the environment than dairy milk and especially almond milk. Almonds require over six times as much water to grow than oats.

Oatsome joins the brand's well-known product PBfit, the #1 selling peanut butter product on Amazon, along with other BBF pantry essentials such as organic chia seeds, organic coconut flour, avocado oil and avocado oil mayonnaise, to name but a few.

About BetterBody Foods:Founded by Stephen Richards, BetterBody Foods believes making better food choices contributes to a happy and healthy life. Committed to providing the best organic and natural foods for cooking, baking, health and wellness, the BBF team is constantly innovating and creating new healthy products. The 60 million dollar brand is creating household names such as their best-selling PBfit peanut butter powder and a range of products now available in major grocery retailers.

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Inoculants Market Study 2019-2025: Expansion of the Livestock Industry in Asia-Pacific & South America Presents Lucrative Opportunities -…

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DUBLIN, Dec. 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Inoculants Market by Type (Agricultural Inoculants and Silage Inoculants), Microbe (Bacterial and Fungal), Crop Type (Oilseeds & Pulses, Cereals & Grains, Fruits & Vegetables, and Forage), and Region - Global Forecast to 2025" report has been added to's offering.

The Global Inoculants Market is Estimated to Reach US$ 808 Million in 2019 and is Projected to Account for US$ 1,207 Million by 2025, Recording a CAGR of 6.9%

In South America, countries such as Brazil and Argentina are projected to offer high growth prospects in the coming years, as they are ranked among the largest producers of soybean at a global level, driving the demand for inoculants in the region. Apart from this, the livestock industry is witnessing high growth in the Asia Pacific and South American regions due to the increase in demand for animal-based products, such as eggs, milk, and meat. This has led to a rise in the production and demand for livestock products, and thus, the price of feed grains has also increased. These factors are projected to increase the sales of silage inoculants in the coming years.

The cereal & grains segment in the inoculants market is estimated to account for the largest share in 2019.

Based on crop type, the cereals & grains segment is estimated to account for the largest share in the inoculants market in 2019. Cereals and grains include wheat, corn, barley, and rice crops. The US is a major wheat-producing country. According to the USDA, wheat ranks as the third majorly produced crop among the US field crops, following corn and soybean. Apart from this, Brazil is the largest producer of corn and is also ranked among the top producers at a global level. According to the US Department of Agriculture's World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates, the country's corn exports was 35 million MT during 2018-2019, due to which it is the second-largest corn exporter at a global level, after the US.

The silage inoculants segment in the inoculants market is estimated to account for the largest share in 2019.

Based on type, the silage inoculants segment is estimated to account for the largest share in the inoculants market in 2019. The silage inoculants segment accounts for the largest share in the inoculants market. Sales of silage inoculants are on the rise due to the expansion of the livestock industry in emerging countries across regions. Urbanization has increased the sales of animal-based products, such as milk, eggs, and meat. With the rise in prices of feed grains, agricultural inoculants serve as a suitable alternative.

The fungal segment is projected to record the fastest growth during the forecast period.

Fungal inoculants help plants to absorb phosphorus and other nutrients for use. Mycorrhizal fungi live in plant roots and are well-known for their ability to provide phosphorus to plants. The demand for fungal microbes is projected to increase in the coming years, with the rise in organic farming practices at a global level.

The South American inoculants market is projected to witness significant growth.

The South American inoculants market is projected to account for the largest share by 2025. Countries such as Brazil and Argentina are the largest country-level markets in the Latin American region. Both these countries are the major producers of soybean. Agricultural inoculants are widely used for soybean crops, and hence, the consumption of inoculants is projected to increase in the next five years. It is one of the largest regions that have an adequate organic agricultural land area, due to which the demand for agricultural inoculants remains high in this region.

Key Topics Covered

1 Introduction

2 Research Methodology 2.1 Research Data 2.1.1 Secondary Research 2.1.2 Primary Research Key Industry Insights Key Data From Primary Sources Market Data From Primary Sources Breakdown of Primaries 2.2 Macroeconomic Indicators 2.2.1 Introduction 2.2.2 Demand-Side Analysis Increase in Consumption of Fertilizers The Growth of the Crop Protection Chemical Market in Brazil and Argentina Increasing Demand and Consumption Trends of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potash Nutrients 2.2.3 Ruminants Population & Increase in Demand for Milk & Meat Products 2.2.4 Supply-Side Analysis The Supply-Side Key Variables That Were Considered in the Study of This Market Include the Following: Parent Market Analysis Feed Market Growth Biofertilizers & Biopesticides Increase in Environmental Concerns 2.3 Market Size Estimation 2.4 Market Breakdown & Data Triangulation 2.5 Research Assumptions 2.6 Limitations

3 Executive Summary

4 Premium Insights 4.1 Attractive Opportunities in the Inoculants Market 4.2 South America Inoculants Market, By Microbe and Country 4.3 Inoculants Market, By Type 4.4 Inoculants Market, By Crop Type & Region 4.5 Inoculants Market: Key Countries

5 Market Overview 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Market Dynamics 5.2.1 Drivers Shift in the Trend Toward the Adoption of Organic and Environment-Friendly Farming Practices Environmental Concerns Related to the Usage of Fertilizers and Pesticides Increase in Feed Grain and Compound Feed Prices Expansion of the Livestock Industry, Owing to Increased Demand for Animal-Based Products 5.2.2 Restraints Limited Awareness Regarding Both Agricultural and Silage Inoculants Shelf Life of Agricultural Inoculants 5.2.3 Opportunities Expansion of the Livestock Industry in the Asia Pacific and the South American Regions South America is A Key Producer of Soybean, Making It A Key Revenue Generator for Agricultural Inoculants 5.2.4 Challenges Poor Infrastructure Silage Losses Due to Fungi and Mycotoxin 5.3 Connected Market: Plant Growth Regulator 5.3.1 Introduction 5.3.2 Plant Growth Regulators Market: Competitive Analysis Market Ranking Analysis 5.4 YC-YCC Shift: Inoculants Market

6 Inoculants Market, By Type 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Agricultural Inoculants 6.2.1 Plant-Growth-Promoting Microorganisms Agricultural Inoculants Improve the Quality of Soil, Enhance the Growth of Crops, and Increase the Yield By Improving the Uptake of Nutrients 6.2.2 Biocontrol Agents They Can Suppress A Broad Spectrum of Bacterial, Fungal, and Nematode Diseases 6.2.3 Plant Resistance Stimulants It Reduces Water Consumption, Enhances the Appearance of the Crops, Increases the Yield, and Protects the Plants From Diseases 6.3 Silage Inoculants 6.3.1 Homofermentative Homofermentative Inoculants Help in Faster and Efficient Fermentation That Produces Mostly Lactic Acid 6.3.2 Heteofermentative Heterofermentative Inoculants are Good for Keeping Silage From Heating in Warm Weather

7 Inoculants Market, By Microbe 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Bacterial 7.2.1 It Serves as an Alternative to Increase Crop Productivity, Reducing the Use of Fertilizers 7.2.2 Mode of Action Nitrogen Fixation Phosphate Solubilization Sequestering Iron Modulating Phytohormone Levels 7.2.3 Types of Bacterial Sources Rhizobacteria Phosphobacteria Azotobacter Lactobacillus Pediococcus Enterococcus Other Bacterial Sources 7.3 Fungal 7.3.1 Fungal Inoculants Release Enzymes That Help Plants to Break Down Nutrients Into More Easily Utilized Forms 7.3.2 Types of Fungal Sources Mycorrhiza Trichoderma Spp. Other Fungal Sources 7.4 Other Sources 7.4.1 Protozoan Sources Help in Increasing the Intake of Nitrogen By the Plants

8 Inoculants Market, By Crop Type 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Cereals & Grains 8.2.1 The Growing Demand for Corn and Wheat has Also Contributed to the Market Growth 8.3 Oilseeds & Pulses 8.3.1 The Increased Demand for Soybean, Canola, Peas, Beans, Legume Crops is Driving the Market Growth 8.4 Fruits & Vegetables 8.4.1 The Use of Organic Fertilizers for Crop Production has Increased, Which has Resulted in the Growth of the Agricultural Inoculants Market 8.5 Forage 8.5.1 Inoculants are Used to Improve Silage Quality, as They Can Facilitate the Ensiling Process 8.6 Others 8.6.1 Inoculant Usage is Increased in Turf and Ornamental Crops so as to Reduce the Cost of Fertilizers in Garden Or Lawn Maintenance

9 Inoculants Market, By Region 9.1 Introduction 9.2 North America 9.2.1 US The US is the Largest Market for Inoculants Due to the High Silage Production and Awareness About the Advantages of Inoculants 9.2.2 Canada Increase in Demand for Meat and Dairy Products in the Country has Contributed to the Market Growth in the Country 9.2.3 Mexico Increase in Awareness About the Advantages of Inoculants in Combating Silage Losses and Quality Improvement Offer High Growth Opportunities to Manufacturers 9.3 Europe 9.3.1 Germany Demand for Organic Foods Stands as A Key Growth Factor for Agricultural Inoculant Manufacturers 9.3.2 France Demand for Dairy Products, Such as Milk, Expected to Increase the Sale of Silage Inoculants 9.3.3 UK Continuous Rise in the Sale of Organic Food Products Expected to Drive the Agricultural Inoculants Market in the Country 9.3.4 Russia Expansion of the Organic Food Market to Hold High Growth Prospects for Agricultural Inoculant Manufacturers 9.3.5 Spain Ranked Among the Top Ten Markets for Organic Products 9.3.6 Italy Organic Food and Poultry Industries Expected to Create Growth Opportunities for Both Agricultural and Silage Inoculant Manufacturers 9.3.7 Denmark Investments By the Government in Organic Farming to Present Growth Prospects for Agricultural Inoculant Manufacturers 9.3.8 Rest of Europe Increase in Sales of Organic Food Products 9.4 Asia Pacific 9.4.1 China Ranked 4th Largest Organic Consumer Country Enabling High Growth Prospects for Agricultural Inoculant Manufacturers in the Years to Come 9.4.2 India The Poultry Industry Holds High Growth Prospects for Silage Inoculant Manufacturers in the Coming Years 9.4.3 Japan Significant Demand for Both Agricultural and Silage Inoculants, Making It is the Fastest-Growing Country in the Region 9.4.4 Australia & New Zealand The Dairy Industry in New Zealand and Australia's Largest Organic Farming Land are Expected to Increase Demand for Inoculants in the Country 9.4.5 Indonesia Large Population Base is Expected to Increase Demand for Meat, Boosting Demand for Silage Inoculants in the Country 9.4.6 Rest of Asia Pacific Still at A Nascent Stage in Terms of Adoption of Inoculants 9.5 South America 9.5.1 Brazil The Demand for Organic Food Products has Led to an Increase in Organic Farming in the Region 9.5.2 Argentina Increase in Demand for Organic Products Fueling Market Growth in the Country 9.5.3 Chile Shift Toward Organic Farming Due to the Increasing Demand From Consumers and Exports Propelling Market Growth 9.5.4 Rest of South America 9.6 Rest of the World (RoW) 9.6.1 Middle East Agriculture Plays an Important Role in the Economies of the Middle Eastern Countries 9.6.2 Africa Companies Such as Agco Corporation (US), Thai Farm (Nigeria), and Karuturi Global Limited (India) Have Invested in Africa in Order to Gain Benefits From the Untapped Market

10 Competitive Landscape 10.1 Overview 10.2 Competitive Leadership Mapping (Overall Market) 10.2.1 Visionary Leaders 10.2.2 Innovators 10.2.3 Emerging Companies 10.3 Ranking of Key Players, 2018 10.4 Competitive Scenario 10.4.1 New Product Launches 10.4.2 Expansions 10.4.3 Acquisitions 10.4.4 Agreements & Collaborations

11 Company Profiles 11.1 Corteva 11.2 BASF 11.3 Bayer 11.4 Novozymes 11.5 Verdesian Life Sciences 11.6 Advanced Biological Marketing Inc. 11.7 Brettyoung 11.8 Precision Laboratories, LLC 11.9 Queensland Agricultural Seeds Pty. Ltd. 11.10 XiteBio Technologies Inc. 11.11 Chr. Hansen 11.12 Lallemand Inc. 11.13 Kemin Industries 11.14 Provita Supplements GmbH 11.15 Cargill 11.16 Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) 11.17 BIOMIN Holding GmbH 11.18 Terramax, Inc. 11.19 BIO-CAT Microbials 11.20 MBFi

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Veestro is one of many a delivery services that make it easier to get more plant-based foods into ... [+] your diet without sacrificing taste, quality, or convenience.

Its no secret that the youth of America, on average, arent exactly cooking aficionados; according to a recent report by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), millennials (those born between 1981 and 1996) consume food outside the home around 30% more often than any other generation. The USDA study also found that millennials spend significantly less time on food preparation, presentation, and cleanup55 minutes less than Gen Xers (those born between 1965 and 1980)and spend, on average, 12 minutes less eating and drinking than Traditionalists (those born before 1946).

At the same time that millennials are eschewing spatulas and mixing bowls, they are also embracing plants. According to The Economist, fully a quarter of 25-to-34-year-old Americans say they are vegans or vegetarians. As for those millennials who eat some amount of meat, eggs or dairy, Mintel reports that almost one-third of them are trying to eat a more plant-based diet.

The results of these two trends? A remarkable rise in products and services that offer the promise of convenience without an animal product in sight.

An early entrant into the space, Purple Carrot, launched in 2014. Like Blue Apron and Plated, which were both founded two years prior, it too sells meal kitsessentially a subscription service where a company sends customers pre-portioned and sometimes partially-prepared food ingredients and recipes to prepare home cooked mealsbut they are entirely vegan. Since receiving a publicity boost from Mark Bittman, the American food journalist, author, and former columnist for the New York Times, who joined the company to develop and test recipes (as well as work to make packaging and sourcing more sustainable), Purple Carrot has gone on to service over 22,000 customers in 2018 and to generate $43 million in revenue. Earlier this year, it was acquired by Japan's largest meal kit and organic food delivery service Oisix ra daichi.

Hungryroot, which launched in 2015, takes a slightly different approach. It markets itself as a veggie-friendly (though not an exclusively plant-based company, one can opt into making the experience 100% vegan) food subscription service that offers ingredients consumers can mix and match together to their liking as part of suggested recipes. Just this past October, Hungryroot repositioned itself as a personalized online grocery service, drawing upon some of the features of popular e-grocers like plant-forward Thrive Market and vegan Mylk Guys, and is offering an assortment of products in its weekly deliveries from third-party brands including RightRice, Field Roast, Kite Hill, Yves, Beyond Meat and Banza.

But as Amanda Mull notes in The Atlantic, it still takes a chunk of time to unpack, cook,and clean up after a meal-kit meal, too. Enter meal delivery services.

Unlike meal kits, meal delivery services offer fully cooked meals that require little to no preparation other than heating them up.

A leader in the category is Veestro. Founded by sister-and-brother duo Monica Klausner and Mark Fachler who grew up in Costa Rica where they learned to appreciate the value of a home-cooked meal, the plant-based company delivers healthy, organic vegan meals that can be heated up straight away or refrigerated or frozen for later use. One reviewer noted that the meals taste good, that her personal favorites were the red curry, Thai chick'n stew, and mushroom risotto, and that she truly appreciated not having to think about preparing food or give in to greasy takeout. As of 2019, Veestro is profitable and growing fast. Its projected revenue for 2019 is nearly $9 million (a 53% increase from 2018) and the founders expect sales in 2020 to hit $20 million.

Hungry Earthling, a new vegan meal delivery service, also relies (mostly) on organic ingredients, and has received some positives reviews: One customer noted [b]ecause they are plant-based I wasn't sure if the meals would be filling but the portions are generous, taste surprisingly good and I always feel satisfied. While Hungry Earthling currently only delivers to California, Arizona and Nevada, it intends to expand across the country as it grows its customer base.

One downside of all of these services is that they can be pricey. The more you buy, the cheaper the meal kits and prepared meals get (less expensive than a night or two out on the town), but they can still be cost-prohibitive for many millennials, occasionally referred to as generation broke and who still eat cheap fast food on a regular basis. (The environmental impact of all that extra packaging is also an issue, but some have argued the benefitssuch as decreasing food wasteoutweigh the shipping and handling impacts.)

EMeals arguably represents a middle ground in terms of cost and convenience. The online meal planning service offers subscribers shopping lists from selected recipes, and recommends services that can deliver groceries or schedule them for pickup. They offer over 100 meal plans and one of them being a vegan meal plan, with new and unique recipes every week.

Perhaps more millennials would benefit from going to the grocery store and cooking scratch meals the old-fashioned way. Still, for those who can afford one of these plant-based meal kits or meal delivery services, it has never been easier to cut back on animal products. Given the connection between industrial animal agriculture and the climate crisis, poor public health and animal cruelty, I, as a card-carrying millennial, will happily raise my avocado toast to that.

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The summit, organized by Ecovia Intelligence will provide an update on eco-labels, sustainable ingredients, and green packaging.

Here we highlight eight areas of discussion that the organisers will focus on;

1. Need for a circular economy. It is argued many of the negative impacts associated with the food industry could be resolved by shifting to a circular economy. Holly Bybee, director of business development, IDEO will discuss the role of regenerative agriculture, sourcing locally, and product design in a sustainable food industry. The challenges and opportunities in making the transition to a circular economy will be highlighted.

2. Closing packaging loops. The food industry, the largest user of single-use packaging, is under pressure to reduce its packaging impacts. Some of the technology provided by bio-based polymers, recyclable materials, and compostable packaging will be explored. Anthony Rossi, VP, global business development, Teracycle will explain how its Loop platform aims to make single-use packaging a thing of the past. Case studies will also be given of brands adopting innovative green packaging solutions.

3. Upcycling of food ingredients. In recent years, a flurry of start-ups are finding applications for discarded food (byproducts). The Planetarians is one such company, using defatted sunflower seeds to make plant proteins and protein flour. The companys CEO Aleh Manchuliantsau will discuss the challenges in setting up supply chains for waste ingredients and getting customers to try upcycled ingredients.

4. Opportunities with hemp ingredients. Chris Conrad, internationally recognized cannabis expert, will highlight the opportunities for hemp and cannabidiol (CBD) in food and beverage products. According to a survey by the National Restaurant Association, 76% of Americans see cannabis / CBD-infused drinks as the number one trend. Conrad will also give an update on the regulatory challenges when marketing CBD infused products.

5. Positive impacts of ethical sourcing. A growing number of companies are investing in ethical sourcing of their ingredients, however doing so brings many challenges. Since its formation in 1999, Numi Tea has been ethically sourcing tea from various countries. Its CEO and co-founder Ahmed Rahim will give insights into the pitfalls in setting up such projects in Asia and Africa, as well as the difference they have had on local communities.

6. Foods that promote biodiversity. Food production is directly linked to biodiversity of plant species. Caryl Levine, co-founder, Lotus Foods, will explain how the company is encouraging production of rare varieties of rice, such as long grain red rice and dehraduni basmati rice. Pierre Thiam, one of Africas leading chefs, will share his companys mission of introducing Americans to an ancient African grain. Yoll Foods is sourcing fonio, a gluten-free superfood grain, from small subsistence farmers in West Africa.

Levine and Thiam will also highlight the marketing issues when introducing rare / heritage food products into the US market.

7. Conscious capitalism and social justice. There is growing corporate interest in conscious capitalism and / or social activism. Dr Bronners Magic Soaps has been at the forefront of corporate activism and promoting social justice since its formation. The Californian firm will show how conscious capitalism can be a force of good and can help resolve social issues.

8. Supply chains for organic ingredients. North America has the largest market for organic foods in the world, however many sectors are experiencing undersupply. Amarjit Sahota, founder, Ecovia Intelligence, will give an update on the organic food market whilst Tradin Organic will highlight major trend and developments for organic ingredients. Details will be given on Tradin Organic is setting up international supply chains for organic raw materials.

The 10th Sustainable Foods Summit North American edition will be hosted at the Merchants Exchange Club San Francisco. Other editions will be hosted in Asia-Pacific (March 30-31 2020, Singapore) and Europe (June 11-12, Amsterdam).

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He wasnt getting fed the quality of food he really needed for his day-to-day survival, Ms. Lee said. Then one night were sitting on the porch and I hear preaching. Dacian and I walked seven blocks until we stumbled into a huge community dinner.

Pushing her sons stroller, Ms. Lee had happened upon the Freedom Gathering, a church-affiliated dinner that serves as many as 200 people every Thursday in a small vacant lot. Clothing and free to-go lunches are offered there as well.

Seven blocks is a long way to hear someone preaching, Ms. Lee said. And I never really heard it again. It led us to that dinner, which saved us in so many ways.

From the Freedom Gathering, Ms. Lee was referred to a pair of nearby food pantries: Hungers End, which provides groceries, clothing and hygiene products to more than 500 families a month, and Our Daily Bread, which serves meals to about 250 people a day, seven days a week. They are among the 200 food banks affiliated with Feeding America, a beneficiary agency of The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund.

Our Daily Breads self-serve pantry has provided Ms. Lee with essentials like diapers as well as coffee, canned soup and peanut butter. When fresh produce or organic macaroni and cheese comes through, Ms. Lee said, volunteers often set it aside for her. In 2018, Feeding Tampa Bay, part of Feeding Americas national network, began delivering organic food to Hungers End and other pantries in the Bradenton area. Twice a month, an outdoor pantry is assembled and opened to anyone in need. Ms. Lee returned from her most recent visit to the Hungers End fresh market with organic butter, coconut milk, mangoes, brussels sprouts and raspberries.

Because she cares for Dacian full time, money is tight. The $146 she receives in food stamps each month covers just one weeks groceries; she pays for another week out of her $700 monthly Social Security check. Utilities run about $300, leaving little for Ms. Lee to save or spend on herself.

Ms. Lee knew it was imperative to remove processed foods and refined sugars from her sons diet. Once his diet improved, Dacians symptoms subsided significantly and he started sleeping through the night for the first time in his life.

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