France

"Biologique, Français, équitable", a new FNAB organic label in France

For several years, FNAB, the National Federation of Organic Agriculture and its network have been pushing agri-food holdings to develop a fair French organic. FNAB is now launching a "farmer" logo that will guarantee consumers organic vegetables produced in France and, for producers, a profitable price and a fair commercial relationship.

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Understanding the consumer: French and the organic, a dossier by Agence Bio

In 2019, more than 9 out of 10 French people said they had consumed organic products and almost three quarters of them consumed them regularly (at least once a month). 14% consume it every day. In short, will organic in 2020 be the engine of the new social trend "consume less, consume better"? The conspicuous dossier presented by "Etude Spirit Insight for Agence Bio" tries to answer this question through several steps:

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Agence Bio publishes new data on economic trends of the French organic sector

In its usual "Note de conjuncture et d'actualités sur le secteur biologique" published in March, the Agence Bio discloses the 2019 production and market data of the various French organic sectors. Animal production (cow's milk, beef, sheep and pork, poultry sector), vegetable production (arable crops, fruit and vegetables, wine) are taken into consideration, and an analysis of the French organic market evolution is then presented, together with evaluations on European and world markets.

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2020: the decade that will transform organic into a mass phenomenon

The online magazine "Bio Actual", in the printed edition for BioFach 2020, publishes a series of interesting articles that take stock of the organic situation at European and international level. Some of the most relevant titles: "2020: the decade that will transform organic into a mass phenomenon"; "Organic in UK: UK organics stay strong despite continuing Brexit uncertainty"; "Organic in Spain: the Spanish organic market: big changes!"; "Organic Movement: Worldwide Organic Outlook.

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France: future of organic products may lie in hands of large supermarkets

If the production of organic products continues to grow every year in France, mass distribution will supply even more of these products by 2022, according to an analysis from the Xerfi Precepta Institute. Le Journal de l’Environnement reported that, according to the Xerfi Precepta study, it is highly probable that organic products feature on all shelves in 2022. While the turnover of the sector reached nearly €10 billion in 2018, it is on course to reach €15 billion in the next four years, which is a 50% increase.

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France soon the first consumer of organic wine in the world and the second for organic vineyard surfaces

While world wine consumption is falling, organic wine consumption continues to grow, increasing its market share year after year. These are the indications of a study undertaken by MillésimeBio, the famous annual exhibition on organic wines in Montpellier, outlining in five key countries (France, Italy, Spain, Germany, United States) the future of organic wine global consumption and production.

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Specialized organic shops in France: shops almost like the others

The INSEE, Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques, a French institute that collects, produces, analyzes and disseminates information on the French economy and society, has published an interesting study on French shops specialized in the sale of organic products.

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France: a leadership for new organic products

Frédéric Bianchi, journalist of the online magazine BFM TV, reveals that France has apparently the will to  become the leading organic country in Europe and the world. A study conducted by the firm Mintel reveals that today France is leading the ranking of the launch of the highest number of organic food novelties. Between August 2018 and July 2019, the share of new organic products launched in France has in fact  reached 22%, which makes the country the main innovator in this field, ahead of Germany (20%) and far ahead of Spain (9 %).

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The growing Italian organic sector, by Olivier Tosseri

The French online business magazine "Les Echos" publishes an article on the Italian organic sector which is reported here.

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France: 2018, a record year for organic sector

With 5,000 more organic holdings at the end of 2018, their number in France has reached 41,600 , approximately 9.5% of the total French farms. French organic production has substantially  doubled in 5 years: the strongest progression ever recorded. Better still, in 2018 the organic surface reached  2 million hectares, which corresponds to 7.5% of the French UAA (6.5% in 2017). A remarkable growth, mainly due to the increase of cereal, viticultural and fruit and vegetable production.

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