Organic food consumption in Finland - Statistics & Facts
Organic food consumption in Finland has increased in recent years. This development can be seen in the growing retail sales revenue generated by organic food. In 2016, organic food sales increased to 273 million euros, 110 million euros more than in 2011. As a result, organic products accounted for two percent of the Finnish retail market. Despite continuous growth since 2013, the development has not been as rapid as in other Nordic countries.
Looking at different product categories, eggs had the highest organic market share of over 15 percent in 2016. Organic milk as well as organic fruit and vegetables accounted for roughly four percent of each respective market. The popularity of organic food is characterized by more general market trends related to well-being, natural ingredients and responsibility. New categories and products are introduced to respond to the needs of the conscious consumer.
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