Netherlands: The Organic Market in the Netherlands

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The Netherlands has increasingly become a trading hub for organic products. Dutch exports of organic products are valued $1.5 billion of which 80 percent are destined for Germany. In 2016 Dutch imports from the United States totaled $1.2 million, dominated by carrots and blueberries. The Netherlands is the seventh largest organic market in the EU with an estimated value of $1.9 billion in 2017. The average consumer spends over $110 on organic products annually. The current market share for organics is 3.3 percent and is expected to double in 2025.

Netherlands: The Organic Market in the Netherlands

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