August 28, 2009

OTA offers ground-breaking report on attitudes about organic products

Contact: Barbara Haumann

GREENFIELD, Mass. (June 10, 2009)� Findings from the 2009 U.S. Families� Organic Attitudes and Beliefs Study to be released next week at the Organic Trade Association�s (OTA�s) All Things Organic� Conference and Trade Show in Chicago show that U.S. families are not giving up their purchases of organic products despite uncertainty over the economy.

In the study jointly sponsored by OTA and KIWI Magazine, three in ten U.S. families (31 percent) indicated they are actually purchasing more organic foods compared to a year ago, with many parents preferring to reduce their spending in other areas before targeting organic product cuts. In fact, 17 percent of U.S. families said their largest increases in spending in the past year were for organic products.

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