A new study published in PLOS ONE finds that organic breakfast products — the stuff that you get from organic farms — are a billion-dollar market.
The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Maryland and Cornell University.
It found that organic products have a total of 1.5 billion pounds of organic feed produced by organic farms in the U.S., but only about $15.4 billion in revenue from the products sold.
That’s a tiny fraction of the $5.5 trillion organic food industry, which is estimated to generate $2.4 trillion in annual sales.
“We have some estimates that it’s about $1.5 or $1 [billion] that’s generated by the organic food business,” said Daniel E. Kloetz, a professor of marketing at the Annenberg School for Communication at the Univ.
of Southern California.
“That’s a pretty big chunk of the market, and that’s still really small compared to what we’re seeing with food.”
Organic food companies have long been a popular way for people to get healthy and delicious foods that aren’t processed.
But organic breakfast and snack products are proving to be a tough sell for the food industry.
The organic food and beverage industry has grown by about 50% over the past decade, but its total market share has shrunk in recent years.
The market share of organic breakfast foods fell from 4.4% in 2016 to 2.5% in 2018, according to the study.
Organic breakfast was responsible for 6.7% of all breakfast products sold in the United States in 2017, but that’s down from about 13% in the 2000s.
The industry’s dominance of the breakfast aisle, with more than a quarter of all organic breakfast sales, has forced more farmers to grow organic crops to make them available to consumers.
Kielzetz said the study is an example of the potential impact that farmers can have on the health of their organic crops, and how organic products can help offset the cost of processing.
But Kielzes study is a reminder that there are still significant barriers to the organic breakfast market.
There are still concerns about pesticides in the food, which can harm crops, Kieletz said.
Farmers are also concerned that organic farming can increase the costs of the products by reducing the amount of land needed for production.
Klimetz said organic farming is a very big market, with organic farms controlling about 90% of the organic market.
That means farmers can take advantage of some of the advantages of organic farming.
But he said it’s also a very risky business because farmers are also facing a growing number of environmental and social costs.
Klemetz said he expects organic food products will remain popular, but organic farmers will have to do a lot more to convince consumers to eat their food.
He said he wants to see organic breakfast markets grow, but he doesn’t think it will happen overnight.
“It’s not easy to get people to eat organic,” he said.
“People are really skeptical about it and not sure what to do with it.
But there are ways of getting people to make the leap.
And if you look at it from the farmer’s perspective, they can have more influence on how their product is consumed.”