Organic Movement Is Unstoppable! — Organic Food Demand Growing Faster Than Domestic Supply

… now the biggest seller of organics. The latter is exampled through Urban Homestead in which the Dervaes Family found a way to grow over 6,000 pounds of organic food on a tenth of an acre. The sudden boom in popularity for organic food would mean the supply should go up. Unfortunately, this is not the case. The organic community reports organic food demand is so high, it has now surpassed our current domestic supply. According to Minds, the sale of organic foods have grown dramatically over the …

Is growing organically just a fad or is it the future of farming? – ABC Rural (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

By Marty McCarthy, ABC Rural | June 30, 2015 Is growing organically just a fad or is it the future of farming? That was the topic of the Great Debate at the Ausveg 2015 National Horticulture Convention on the Gold Coast over the weekend. Organic produce might be gaining popularity, but it still only accounts for less than 1 per cent of Australia’s horticulture production. Nonetheless, in a time when consumers are demanding to know more about how their food is produced and the chemicals …

The potential for organic food in Middle East

… Product Expo, which specialises in showcasing organic and natural foods, says the UAE’s population is quite young and “keen to embrace a healthy lifestyle”. In addition, he says the rising number of professionals, with a growing interest in healthy eating habits and chemical-free foodstuffs is a further reason for the segment’s popularity. There’s also a high foreign expatriate population. In the UAE alone, around 80% of residents are foreign ex-pats. For western …

Greek Yogurt’s Popularity is Harmful to the Environment « CBS DC

… acid whey into something usable for other food products. One of those components is lactose, which food companies will pay good money for in food-grade form. Scientists say the technology isn’t there yet, but is “quite far along.” Follow WNEW on Twitter via Greek Yogurt’s popularity is Harmful to the Environment « CBS DC. …