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New Zealand’s organic sector has grown rapidly in the last few years and is now worth about $500 million, according to a survey conducted by Otago University.
Industry body Organics Aotearoa New Zealand (OANZ) commissioned the survey, which hasn’t been officially released.
New Zealand’s organic export market has grown to between $170 million and 180 million, an increase of about $50 million since 2007.
Working out the value of the domestic organic market is more difficult but the study estimated it to be between $280 million and $350 million dollars.