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Denmark has one of the highest per-capita rates of organic food consumption in the world. In Denmark, the consumption of organic foods has moved from the luxury goods segment towards mainstream consumption. By 2020, the Danish government has a plan to double the areas cultivated using organic and biodynamic practices. Besides, the program aims to make Denmark go completely natural. The cooperation between forward-looking farmers, Organizations, and Politicians made Denmark the leading country in the trade of organic products. The government also supports and finance people working and investing in this sector to develop new technologies and ideas and also plan to increase demand for organic products. According to the Renub Research report, Denmark Organic Food Market is expected to be US$ 8.2 Billion by the end of the year 2025.
Denmark is a shining example and a source of inspiration worldwide, both in the scope and innovative approach of its organic policy. Almost 80 percent of Danes purchase organic food. Denmark’s market share in organic products is the highest in the world. Over the last decade, the development of Organic Action Plans (OAPs) has gained momentum as a mechanism for achieving a more integrated approach to organic policy-making at the European level. Trusting and robust collaboration across the public and private sectors have provided a solid foundation for this growth.
Renub Research report titled “Denmark Organic Food Market by Products (Beverages, Cereal and Food Grain, Meat, Fish Poultry & Eggs, Processed Food, Spices & amp; Pulses, Fruits & Vegetables, Others), Distribution Channels (Grocery Sector including Online Sales, Mini Markets and Miscellaneous, Health Food Stores, Food Services), End Users (Public Institutions: Hospitals, Kindergardens, Educational, etc., Canteens in Public Sector Work Place, Canteens in Private Sector Work Place, Hotels, Restaurants, Cafes etc, Others), Company Analysis (Arla Foods Amba, Daish Crown, Midsona Danmark A/S)” provides a detailed analysis of Denmark Organic Food Market.
The Danish organic food market is in a state of change, driven by changing demographics and consumer preferences for healthier, higher-quality food. Rising consumption of organic food, growing numbers of natural areas and farms, and Consumer behavior are the growth driver of this market.
By Product – Organic Fruits and Vegetables are the Fastest-growing Sector of the Danish Organic Food Industry
In this report, organic products have been covered in 7 segments
1. Organic Beverages
2. Organic Cereal and Food Grain
3. Organic Meat, Fish Poultry & Eggs
4. Organic Processed Food
5. Organic Spices & amp; Pulses
6. Organic Fruits & Vegetables
7. Other Organic Food Products
By Distribution - Market share of Grocery sector (incl. online sales) Market is rising
Overall in Grocery Sectors’ with Online sales of organic foods are growing. We have covered complete insight on four sectors of Denmark natural food sales channels say for instance
1. Grocery Sector incl. Online Sales
2. Mini Markets and Miscellaneous
3. Health Food Stores
4. Food Services
By End Users, Public Institutions market in Denmark Organic Food Market is growing
The Danish government also supports a more significant part of the food prepared in public institution kitchens to become fully organic. In this report End Users market is defined in 5 segments.
1. Public Institutions (Hospitals, Kindergardens, Educational, etc.)
2. Canteens in Public Sector Work Place
3. Canteens in Private Sector Work Place
4. Hotels, Restaurants, Cafes etc
In this report we have defined 3 companies and all companies have been studied from 2 points
- Key Developments
1. Arla Foods Amba
2. Daish Crown
3. Midsona Danmark A/S