Australian Organic Market Report

Mascitelli, B, Lobo, A, Phan, D and Bez, N 2014, Australian Organic Market Report, Australian Organic, Melbourne, Australia

Document type: Commissioned Reports
Collection: Commissioned Reports

Title of report Australian Organic Market Report
Author(s) Mascitelli, B
Lobo, A
Phan, D
Bez, N
Year of publication 2014
Publisher Australian Organic
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
ISBN 18360149
Subjects Consumer-Oriented Product or Service Development
Marketing Communications
Abstract/Summary The Australian Organic Market Report 2014 estimates the total value of the Australian certified organic industry to be $1.72bn. This performance yields a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2009 and 2014 of 15.4%, demonstrating the sustained growth of the organic industry over the five years to 2014. The Australian organic market has continued to significantly outperform most equivalent conventional sectors with another period of strong growth through 2012¿2014. The organic industry is one of Australia¿s fastest-growing industries ¿ against the backdrop of only 3.4% CAGR for Australia¿s total value in equivalent conventional categories through 2012¿14. The emergence of numerous larger capital raisings is indicative of the organic industry¿s coming of age. The past year has seen R.M. Williams Agricultural Holdings collapse, with its organic component repurchased by private capital. Similarly, Kailis Organic Olive Groves has been refinanced by new owners, with its organic status maintained. Other milestones are the ASX listing of Bellamy¿s Organic and multinational PZ Cussons¿ buyout of five:am ¿ both at significant multiples, reflecting bullish expectations about both the organic marketplace growth, as well as the excellent positionings and marketing of these companies.
Commissioning body Australian Organic Ltd
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