The organic food sector was born out of a backlash against synthetic inputs such as chemical fertilizers, pesticides, hormones and genetic engineering in agriculture and food production. Organic farming methods focus on environmental sustainability, soil health and animal welfare. The sector strives to use natural resources more effectively. Organic foods are usually produced using certified organic farming methods, offering consumers a healthier and more environmentally friendly option.
Among the important events of the organic food sector are organic food exhibitions. At these exhibitions; producers, farmers, retailers and consumers come together. These trade events provide opportunities to establish business connections between suppliers and buyers of organic products.
The organic food sector has become increasingly popular in recent years and has gained great momentum with consumers' growing interest in healthy eating, environmental sustainability and social responsibility. Consumers believe organic products are more natural and healthier, avoiding chemical farming methods. This trend has contributed to the growth of the organic food market.
Prospects indicate that the organic food sector has a positive growth potential. Growing demand for healthy lifestyles, interest in environmentally friendly farming practices and an increase in consumer awareness suggest that the organic food market will expand further.
According to Mordor Intelligence, The Organic Food and Beverages Market size is estimated at USD 174.37 billion in 2024, and is expected to reach USD 233.56 billion by 2029, growing at a CAGR of 6.02% during the forecast period (2024-2029).
According to Grand View Research, the fruit and vegetable segment leads the organic food sector, accounting for 40.6% of global revenues in 2023.
NOPE (Natural and Organic Products Europe): Held annually in London, NOPE is Europe's leading trade show for the natural and organic products industry. It covers a broad spectrum of organic products, including food and beverages.
International Organic Green Food & Ingredients Exhibition Beijing: This exhibition in Beijing focuses on organic green food and ingredients, providing a platform for companies involved in the organic sector to showcase their products. It serves as a meeting point for producers, suppliers, and buyers interested in organic and green food products.
SIAL Paris: SIAL Paris is one of the world's largest and most influential food exhibitions, covering a wide range of food and beverage categories, including organic products. The event attracts exhibitors and visitors from around the globe, offering a comprehensive overview of the latest trends and innovations in the food industry.
BioFach Nuremberg: BioFach is a leading international trade fair for organic food and beverages. It gathers producers, traders, and consumers interested in organic products. The event includes a diverse range of exhibitors, seminars, and discussions on organic farming, processing, and marketing.
SANA Bologna: Sana is an international exhibition dedicated to organic and natural products, including food and beverages. It provides a platform for producers, distributors, and retailers to showcase their organic offerings. Sana Bologna is known for attracting a diverse audience interested in sustainable and healthy living.
Companies interested in participating in organic food exhibitions include farms producing organic products; food processing and packaging companies; companies producing natural and organic personal care products; retail vendors; companies offering equipment, technology and services for organic products; agriculture and agricultural technology companies; and seed growers.
Logistics, cosmetics and personal care, transportation, packaging, retail and e-commerce companies can also take part in these exhibitions.