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Canada's organic demand going up, marketers say
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14 November 2018
On 14 November 2018 The Packer reported:
As sales of organic fruits and vegetables continue a steady rise in the U.S., growth may be even more dramatic in Canada, marketers say. 'We definitely continue seeing interest in organics grow, with demand outpacing supply,' said Jill Guerra, research and special projects coordinator with the Ottawa, Ontario-based Canada Organic Trade Association. Organic production has increased with demand across Canada, Guerra said.
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'Between 2011 and 2017, organic acreage in Canada increased by over 45 percent, reaching over 3 million acres,' she said.
Millennials are the most likely generation to buy organics in Canada with 83 percent choosing organic weekly, compared to 62 percent for Generation X, and 56 percent for baby boomers, Guerra said.
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