Whole Foods Market

The USA food market is currently dynamic and keeps changing on a daily basis. The current occupancy of the shelves that organic foods have taken is quite substantial and this extends to the dairy products category and any other mainstream food retails. It is estimated that the market retail sales of organic foods shot to $21.1 billion in 2008 up from $3.6 billion in 1997 and this has been associated with the marketing boom (United States Department of Agriculture, 2009). The organic industry in the U.S. is evidenced by the increasing private-label product lines and the daily introduction of new product lines.

The organic farms have been struggling to keep pace with the exponential demand of the organic products. Despite the more than doubling of the acreage of the land under organic farming, the supply still cannot match the demand. One of the reasons is because the...
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