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Export Study

 

Organic Trade Association's

Export Study for U.S. Organic Products to
Asia and Europe

 

By Organic Insights, Inc.

Dr. Winfried H. Fuchshofen
and Silke Fuchshofen
 

December 2000


Table of Contents:

Executive Summary
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Methodology of the Study
Chapter 3: Europe

3.1 Denmark

3.1.1 Development of Organic Agriculture
3.1.2 Infrastructure of the Organic Market
3.1.3 Breakdown of all Organic Products Sold
3.1.4 Infrastructure and Characteristics of the Import Market
3.1.5 Consumer Buying Patterns and Attitudes toward Organic Products
3.1.6 Trends and Conclusions

3.2 France

3.2.1 Development of Organic Agriculture
3.2.2 Infrastructure of the Organic Market
3.2.3 Breakdown of all Organic Products Sold
3.2.4 Infrastructure and Characteristics of the Import Market
3.2.5 Consumer Buying Patterns and Attitudes toward Organic Products
3.2.6 Trends and Conclusions

3.3 Germany

3.3.1 Development of Organic Agriculture
3.3.2 Infrastructure of the Organic Market
3.3.3 Breakdown of all Organic Products Sold
3.3.4 Infrastructure and Characteristics of the Import Market
3.3.5 Consumer Buying Patterns and Attitudes toward Organic Products
3.3.6 Trends and Conclusions

3.4 The Netherlands

3.4.1 Development of organic agriculture
3.4.2 Infrastructure of the Organic Market
3.4.3 Breakdown of Products Sold
3.4.4 Infrastructure of the Import Market
3.3.5 Consumer Buying Patterns and Attitudes toward Organic Products
3.4.6 Trends and Conclusions

3.5 United Kingdom

3.5.1 Development of Organic Agriculture
3.5.2 Infrastructure of the Organic Industry
3.5.3 Breakdown of all Organic Products Sold
3.5.4 Infrastructure and Characteristics of the Import Market
3.5.5 Consumer Buying Patterns and Attitudes toward Organic Products
3.5.6 Trends and Conclusions

3.6 US Organic Exports to Europe

 

Chapter 4: Asia

 

4. 1 Japan

4.1.1 Development of Organic Agriculture
4.1.2 Infrastructure of the Organic Industry
4.1.3 Infrastructure of the Import Market
4.1.4 Trends and Conclusions

4.2 Taiwan

 

Chapter 5: Rules and Regulations
Chapter 6: Trade Barriers
Chapter 7: Information Gaps
Chapter 8: Final Conclusions
Chapter 9: References
Acknowledgements

 

Figures

Figure 1: Acreage under Organic Cultivation in European Countries in 1999
Figure 2: Number of Organic Farms and Acreage under Organic Cultivation in Denmark
Figure 3: Organic Retail Sales in Denmark 1996-1999
Figure 4: Danish Domestic Organic Production in 1999
Figure 5: Danish Domestic Organic Consumption in 1999
Figure 6: Number of Organic Farms and Acreage under Organic Cultivation in France
Figure 7: Organic Retail Sales in France
Figure 8: Organic Food Sales by Retail Outlet Channel in France in 1999
Figure 9: Sector Shares of Organic Food in France
Figure 10: Number of Organic Farms and Acreage under Organic Cultivation in Germany
Figure 11: Retail Sales of Organic Food in Germany 1994-2000
Figure 12: Sector Shares of Retail Outlets in Germany in 1999
Figure 13: Number of Organic Farms and Acreage under Organic Cultivation in the Netherlands
Figure 14: Shares of Organic Food Sales by Retail Outlet Type in the Netherlands 1998-1999
Figure 15: UK Farms and Acreage under Organic Cultivation 1997-1999
Figure 16: Retail Value of the Organic Market in the UK 1994-1999
Figure 17: Organic Retail Sales by Outlet Type in the UK in 1999
Figure 18: Total Market Shares of Supermarket Chains in the UK in 1999
Figure 19: Retail Value of Main Organic Product Categories in the UK in 1999
Figure 20: Shares of Imported versus Domestically Grown Organic Products in the UK in 1999

Tables

Table 1: Number of Inhabitants, per Capita Consumption of Organic Food, Total Amount and Growth Rate of the Organic Market (1998) and Resulting "Target Country Indicator"
Table 2: Development in consumption of organic products in Denmark 1996-1998
Table 3: Output of the French Processing Sector in 1996
Table 4: Brand Shares for Dried Organic Food in France in 1996
Table 5: Organic Food Purchases by Type and Demand for Organic Grocery Products (Carrefour) in France in 1997
Table 6: Imported Organic Products from Third Countries to France
Table 7: US Organic Products Imported to France
Table 8: Major Food Retailers in Germany and their Involvement in Organic Food Sales
Table 9: Sales of Organic Food by Product Group in Germany in 1998
Table 10: Value of Imported Raw Materials and Percentage of Raw Materials Imported 71 in Germany in 1998
Table 11: Import Licenses Issued for US Organic Products Imported to Germany 1/1997-7/2000
Table 12: Manufacturers of Organic Foods in the Netherlands
Table 13: Origin of Imports of Organic Products to the Netherlands in1997
Table 14: US Organic Exports to Europe in 1999
Table 15: List of US Organic Products Exported to Japan
Table 16: List of US Organic Products Exported to Taiwan

 
 
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