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Rise in global fresh food demand

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Global demand for fresh food increased by nearly 3 per cent in volume terms in 2016, in line with average growth achieved over the last five years.

That is according to the the latest statistics from market research provider Euromonitor International, which also pointed out that the Middle East and Africa and Asia Pacific were the most dynamic regions displaying growth above the global average and driving global consumption, mainly due to growing populations and improving disposable budgets.

The research also showed that organic fresh food is outperforming its conventional offering in every core market.

“In China, sales of fresh organics increased by almost 30 per cent in 2016 and by over 16 per cent in South Africa despite their high unit prices," Alieva said. "Broader availability of organic fresh food through store based retailers, on-line companies and direct sellers made it easier for consumers to find the organic option.

"Fruits and vegetables performed particularly well," she added. "However, the uptake of organic meat was somewhat constrained by price and fish and seafood by a lack of availability.”

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