The organic food industry has a lot of work ahead of them in 2016.
Organic food sales in the United States have fallen off sharply in the past few years, which is why the industry is struggling to generate revenue.
But with that said, the industry still has plenty of room to grow and can help the average consumer in their search for organic.
Here are 10 things you should know about organic food sales.1.
Organic foods are a great way to save money on food and save time.
Organics are cheaper than their conventional counterparts, according to the Organic Trade Association.
The group says organic food costs roughly $0.50 a serving, compared to $1 for a box of packaged foods.2.
Organic products are healthier than the average packaged food.
Studies have found that organic food is healthier for the environment and for the people who eat it.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, organic foods are 100 percent free of synthetic chemicals, and are 80 percent less likely to contain lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, cadmus, PCBs, and other chemicals.3.
Organic ingredients are cheaper.
According to a recent study from the University of Missouri, organic ingredients were around 15 to 20 percent cheaper than non-organic ingredients.4.
Organic farmers are making a comeback.
Organic farming has been on the rise for years, and farmers are turning to more innovative and sustainable methods of farming, according the Organic Farming Association.
In 2016, the organic industry generated nearly $5 billion in revenue, with organic farmers accounting for over $2.7 billion of that.5.
The Organic Trade Organization says organic foods can save you money.
According the Organic Association, organic food can save consumers $0 in grocery shopping, $1 on food purchases, and save the average American household $7 a year.6.
The Food and Pharmacy Administration (FDA) has started to regulate the organic foods industry.
The FDA has launched a new program that allows consumers to report food safety issues and other health issues on products that are labeled organic.
This new tool was created specifically to help the industry address the concerns of consumers.7.
The FDA has started enforcing the ban on genetically modified food.
The Obama administration put a ban on GE foods, but it’s now expanding the rules to include non-GE foods.
The Obama administration also plans to regulate organic and non-GMO food imports, so organic food consumers will be able to purchase their products at the point of sale instead of going to a warehouse.8.
The government is requiring organic produce to be labeled.
In 2015, the Obama administration banned GMOs from being sold in the U.S. The new law also requires organic produce be labeled, including on packaging.9.
The organic industry is the fastest growing in the country.
Organic sales have grown in every state and federal agency, according an industry survey released last year.
The number of organic restaurants and grocery stores in the US grew nearly 20 percent between 2015 and 2016, while organic grocery sales grew 16 percent.10.
Organic food has become cheaper.
The organic industry has seen its profits skyrocket since the Great Recession, but the average organic consumer is still saving a lot.
According the Organic Consumers Association, the average retail price of organic products has fallen over $1,000 since 2009, compared with $1.70 a decade ago.