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Though Slow To Catch On, Organic Bread And Grains Are Showing Signs Of Growth

May 17, 2012: 11:46 AM EST
Though the overall organic food market is booming in the U.S., the organic bread and grains segment has yet to catch on strong, according to a report from industry researcher RNCOS. High prices and slow growth in organic farm acreage are the main reasons for the slow takeoff. However, there is cause for optimism. Lower calorie, lower sodium and higher fiber specialty organic breads are gaining popularity in the market. Grocery retailers are boosting shelf space for organic bread lines and offering more product choice. Given those positive trends, RNCOS says the market for organic bread and grain in the U.S. should reach $5.1 billion by 2015.
"Organic Bread and Grains Still to make way on US Organic Food Market", Press release, RNCOS, May 17, 2012, © RNCOS
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