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About the Organic Food Report

The Organic Food Trend Report is your one-stop guide to all things related to organics and healthy foods. From organic produce and organic farming to the benefits of natural food versus processed food, our report examines what fresh food trends are popular with consumers and why organic food has a broader appeal.

Who It's For

Our research is tailored for those involved in the food industry, such as operators at a farmer's market, restaurant owners and professional chefs. However, our crowd-sourced data will also benefit health professionals looking for new and innovative ways to isolate patterns when it comes to health food. This includes nutritionists, diet planners, personal trainers and health clinic workers.

Whether you are looking to infuse your menu with healthier options or planning a diet regiment for a client, the Organic Food Trend Report will satisfy all your business needs.

The Organic Food Trend Report, last published on Apr 22, 2014, includes 7 PRO Trends and 35 examples of organic food market research and organic food consumer trends related to: fresh foods, organics, farmer's markets, healthy foods, dieting and organic food trends.

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Methodology

Our organic food research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced organic food articles and 2,159,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 7 Organic Food PRO Trends = 7 Powerpoint Pages Organic Food PPT Report
• 35 Organic Food Examples

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• 5 Organic Food Videos (Online) Organic Food Videos
• 210 Organic Food Images (Online) Organic Food Images
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Sample Organic Food Pro Trends

Each Organic Food PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online organic food articles, videos and images. Examples:

Hybrid Confection A desire for overindulgence prompts youths to turn to hybrid dessert creations Implications - With Generation Z growing up in a technologically driven society that caters their every whim and desire, expectations for overindulgence are becoming more common. Seeking to make everyday consumption more stimulating, consumers are turning to hybrid dessert creations to combine the practicality of two-in-one meals with the desire for diversified methods of excess. This way, health-conscious consumers can enjoy multiple indulgences in lesser volume, while glutton-seeking foodies can enjoy the novelty of layered confection.
Hybrid Confection
A desire for overindulgence prompts youths to turn to hybrid dessert creations
8 Examples + Score + Implications


Modernizing Greenery High-tech planters cater to consumers who are reliant on digital technology Implications - As the interest in eco-consciousness increases, so to does the demand for domestic plantlife. This has spawned an infusion of high-tech gadgets into the gardening world, opening the industry up to even the least experience home gardener. Ultimately, even in the midst of a technologically run world, consumers crave a naturalistic connection.
Modernizing Greenery
High-tech planters cater to consumers who are reliant on digital technology
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Social Commerce Social media influences e-commerce in a way that encourages community buying Implications - Social media has not only changed the way consumers communicate, but the way they shop as well. Recently, the world of e-commerce has begun mimicking its communication-based digital counterpart of social media, resulting in online community-enabled purchasing. This social commerce speaks to consumers' need to stay connected to their peers during purchase decisions, providing reassurance in their decision and satiating the need for digital modernity.
Social Commerce
Social media influences e-commerce in a way that encourages community buying
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Eco Delivery Courier services are on the incline as consumers demand eco-friendly business Implications - Many urban businesses are turning to environmentally friendly delivery services not only because of congested city streets, but also because of the desire to be seen as social and eco establishments. Environmentally conscious consumers want to ensure that those corporations they're purchasing goods from are actively seeking to cut back on emissions.
Eco Delivery
Courier services are on the incline as consumers demand eco-friendly business
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Eco-sine Green restaurants and innovations take eco-minded eating to a new level Implications - Once, eco-friendly eating was just a burgeoning trend, with food businesses slow to follow in the green footsteps of their more eco-minded counterparts. Now, with more consumers embracing green lifestyles, demand for eco-friendly food establishments and innovations is increasing. Although green cuisine was once a special, limited option, now it is becoming more of an abundantly available alternative in mainstream dining and the food industry.
Eco-sine
Green restaurants and innovations take eco-minded eating to a new level
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Biodegradable Brilliance Things that break down and decompose to fight global warming Implications - Reduce, reuse and recycle were the hip ecowords of the 90s, and it looks as if “biodegradable” and “compostable” could be their new millennial substitutes. Using eco-friendly merchandise that decomposes, from containers to beds, is the latest innovation soothing consumer consciences.
Biodegradable Brilliance
Things that break down and decompose to fight global warming
10 Examples + Score + Implications


Odd Edibilities Consumers are tasting their way into unexpectedly consumable goods Implications - A variety of products that wouldn’t traditionally be eaten now come in edible variations including gold, silver, flowers, picnic baskets, menus, chess sets, LEGO and business cards. A product that is edible instantly achieves more appeal than its traditional version. When it comes to consuming luxuries like gold and silver, people feel they can infuse themselves from the inside out in opulence, while adding a consumable attribute to a product raises hype, encourages interaction and makes it more covetable and intriguing.
Odd Edibilities
Consumers are tasting their way into unexpectedly consumable goods
9 Examples + Score + Implications


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