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Published On: Sat, Aug 29th, 2020

The international shift towards organic food

The way that we approach our relationships with food says a lot about who we are and what our values truly are. It is one thing to say that we eat what we like because we simply have it available to us, however it is truly another to take it upon ourselves to control what we eat even when everything is available. For many years, the mainstream approach to food has been one that has been largely driven by mass consumerism. This has not changed, however what has changed is the inclinations and the preferences of consumers and how they are impacting the greater food industry that spans the globe. 

Today, the approach to food is one that is decidedly more ethical and more sustainable. It has taken quite a long time to get to this point and while there is still a long time to go, there is much to be said about the fact that this is an international shift that is impacting the food industry for the better. Further, it is not only impacting the industry itself in positive ways but it is also impacting lives and the way that we approach and understand food as well. This is likely just the start for this brand new approach to food however this is a positive start and one that is worthwhile getting behind and supporting going forward.

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The global approach to organic agriculture grows

Now, the world is shifting towards organic food as opposed to the traditionally inclined mass production model of food around the globe. This much we know. This global approach towards organic agriculture is a testament to the fact that the more informed we are about our food and where it comes from, the more specific we are becoming about how we approach food and how we are going to realistically and understandably consume food and the years not only coming up but forever more. This organic approach to global food consumerism is one that has continued to take shape thanks to rising pools of interest and investment.

An inclination that continues to build momentum

And this is an inclination that has continued to build momentum. Whether it is wholesome nuts or fresh organic produce, the point is always the same: the inclination towards organic food is stronger than it has ever been and continues to grow stronger every day. The organic approach to food is one that has been powered forward by the realisation that we have a responsibility and an inclination to focus on our food and where it comes from not only for the fact that there’s more ethical and moral is sustainable but because you know organic is better for a bodies and our health. And for this reason, interest and investment have positively soared in recent years – and especially in recent months  as more understanding has surfaced.

The future of the organic approach to food

There is a lot to be said about the fact that this is just the start. The future of the organic approach of food is just getting started and there is a lot more work to be done before we can become comfortable in our approach to organic food as a whole. The organic approach to agriculture is one that is continuously shaping and forever revolving as time goes on. And now, it is an approach to food that has effectively and successfully proven its value and therefore mood its way up from being in each respective to a driving force in the food industry that spans the globe. There is a whole lot more with this came from.

Author: Ulyati Jaya

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