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Global Organic Baby Food Market Increasing Demand, Growth Analysis and Outlook 2018-2023

by IMARC Group Market Research Reports
Over the recent years, the global organic baby food market has been witnessing a strong growth. This can be accredited to factors like a shift towards organic food products, mounting working women population, intensifying parental concerns, constant government support, elevating disposable incomes and improving distribution channels.

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According to the latest report by IMARC Group, titled “Organic Baby Food Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2018-2023”, the global organic baby food market reached a value of US$ 5.4 Billion in 2017. Organic baby food is produced as well as processed without the use of pesticides, antibiotics, growth hormones and other hazardous chemicals. In comparison with conventional baby food, organic baby food maintains strict standards and undergoes rigorous inspection before acquiring the organic label. As infants and toddlers have fragile immune system, and their physical and mental growth undergo a crucial stage of development, they are preferably served with organic baby food. This assists in safeguarding their growth from harmful effects of pesticides and eliminating their exposure to hazardous substances.

Few of the ongoing trends observed in the food industry include a plant-based diet, and preference for organic as well as functional food products. Moreover, early exposure to pesticides can make babies vulnerable to health problems like neuro-development damage. In addition to this, mounting parental concerns regarding their child’s overall health represents other factor which is furnishing the development of market.

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