The Organic Food Industry Essay by Neatwriter

The Organic Food Industry
This paper discusses the organic food industry especially grown in China for export.
# 62106 | 1,540 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2005 | US

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This paper explains that organic agriculture is defined as the agricultural process, which leads to an ecological management system that uses minimal farm inputs from outside the farm environment and management practices that aim at recreating, maintaining and elevating the ecological balance. The author points out that, using very good marketing sense, China is becoming a growing power in the global export organic food industry with products meeting the standard requirements of countries like the United States of America, Japan and the countries in Europe. The paper relates that the largest market for organic foods and beverages in the world is the United States of America, which can not grow its own demand; therefore, China with its high quality standards intends to tap this business opportunity.

Table of Contents
Globalization of the Organic Food Industry
China in the Global Organic Food Industry
Increased Availability of Organic Fertilizer
Scope for Increased Exports to Europe
Scope for Increased Exports to the United States of America

From the Paper:

"China also has succeeded in becoming the most important non-European Union supplier of organic beans and seeds to the Western Europe markets. The domination of Chinese exporting companies are clearly visible in the supply of organic pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, kidney beans and black beans. They have also made inroads into the supply of organic soya bean. Chinese companies have established themselves in the organic soya bean market in such a manner that they supply almost one third of all the organic soya bean requirement of the market. The Chinese government also has come out in support of the organic food industry by pledging additional support for the organic food industry thus raising expectations of increased production of organic food products."

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