U.S. consumers across the country devour record amount of organic in 2014 – See more at: https://ota.com/news/press-releases/18061#sthash.PfXGEUdH.dpuf

Annual OTA survey shows organic sales jump 11% to $39 billion

Throughout America, folks can’t get enough of organic. From the Atlantic Seaboard to the Pacific Coast, from Detroit to Houston, households of all sizes and income levels, and individuals of all ages, ethnic backgrounds and political leanings are buying organic.

Sales of organic food and non-food products in the United States broke through another record in 2014, totaling $39.1 billion, up 11.3 percent from the previous year, according to the latest survey on the organic industry from the Organic Trade Association (OTA).ota

Despite the industry struggling with tight supplies of organic ingredients, organic food sales in 2014, at $35.9 billion, posted an 11 percent rise, while organic non-food sales, at $3.2 billion, jumped almost 14 percent for the biggest annual increase in six years.

– See more at: https://ota.com/news/press-releases/18061#sthash.PfXGEUdH.dpuf