North America Organic Farming Market Size, Share, By Farming Type (Pure Organic Farming and Integrated Organic Farming), By Method (Crop Diversity, Weed Management, soil management and Controlling Other Organisms) and By Country (U.S. and Canada) - Trends, Analysis and Forecast till 2034

Report Code: PMI538624 | Publish Date: June 2024 | No. of Pages: 132

North America Organic Farming Market Overview

North America Organic Farming Market Size was valued at USD 61.25 Billion in 2024 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 10.00% to reach USD 158.91 Billion by 2034.

The North America Organic Farming Market is experiencing robust growth, driven by increasing consumer demand for organic products, heightened awareness of environmental sustainability, and supportive government policies. Organic farming, which eschews synthetic fertilizers and pesticides in favor of natural processes, has gained significant traction across the region. The Market encompasses many organic products, including fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy, and meat. The United States and Canada, as the key players in this Market, are witnessing substantial expansion in organic farmland and a steady rise in organic food sales. This trend reflects a broader shift towards health-conscious and environmentally responsible agricultural practices, positioning North America as a leader in the global organic farming movement.

North America Organic Farming Market Dynamics

Key Drivers of Target Market:

Surge in Industrial Automation and Smart Manufacturing

One of the primary driving factors for the organic farming market in North America is the surging consumer demand for organic products. Health-conscious consumers increasingly seek organic foods due to their perceived health benefits, such as the absence of synthetic pesticides and GMOs, and their higher nutritional value. The growing awareness of the environmental impacts of conventional farming practices, such as soil degradation and water pollution, further fuels this demand. As a result, retailers and food manufacturers are expanding their organic product lines to meet consumer preferences, leading to increased investments in organic farming. This trend is not limited to individual consumers; institutional buyers, including schools, hospitals, and restaurants, prioritize organic options, broadening the market base. The strong consumer drive toward organic products underscores the Market's potential for sustained growth and innovation.

Government Support and Policy Initiatives

Another significant driving factor in the North America organic farming market is the robust support from government policies and initiatives. Federal and state governments in the United States and Canada have implemented various programs encouraging organic farming practices. These include financial incentives, grants, and subsidies aimed at helping farmers transition from conventional to organic farming. For instance, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) offers the Organic Certification Cost Share Program, which assists farmers with the costs of obtaining organic certification. Additionally, policies promoting sustainable agriculture and environmental conservation align with the goals of organic farming, further bolstering the Market. Government-backed research and development initiatives are also crucial in advancing organic farming techniques and improving crop yields. This policy-driven support is instrumental in expanding organic farming acreage and enhancing the overall viability of the organic farming sector in North America.

Restrains:

High Costs and Certification Challenges

Despite the positive growth trajectory, the North America organic farming market faces challenges, with high costs and certification difficulties being significant restraining factors. Transitioning from conventional to organic farming involves substantial initial investments in new farming equipment, organic seeds, and natural pest control methods. Additionally, organic farming typically incurs higher labor costs due to the increased manual labor required for crop rotation and weed management. The process of obtaining organic certification is also rigorous and costly, requiring adherence to strict standards and extensive documentation. Small and medium-sized farmers often find these financial and administrative burdens prohibitive, which can deter them from entering the organic Market. Furthermore, maintaining certification requires ongoing compliance with organic standards, adding to the operational complexities and costs. These financial and regulatory challenges can limit the growth of organic farming, particularly among smaller agricultural enterprises that lack the resources to manage these hurdles effectively.

North America Organic Farming Market Segmentation

North America Organic Farming Market is segmented based on Farming Type, Method and Country.

North America Organic Farming Market Report Scope:

Attribute

Details

Market Size 2024

USD 61.25 Billion

Projected Market Size 2034

USD 158.91 Billion

CAGR Growth Rate

10.00%

Base year for estimation

2023

Forecast period

2024 – 2034

Market representation

Revenue in USD Billion & CAGR from 2024 to 2034

Market Segmentation

By Type - Pure Organic Farming and Integrated Organic Farming

By Method - Crop Diversity, Weed Management, soil management and Controlling Other Organisms

Report coverage

Revenue forecast, company share, competitive landscape, growth factors, and trends

Segments Covered in the Report:

This report forecasts revenue growth at regional, and country levels and provides an analysis of the latest industry trends and opportunities in each of the sub-segments from 2023 to 2034. For the purpose of this study, has segmented the Organic Farming Market report based on Farming Type, Method and Country:

Segmentation:

By Farming Type:

  • Pure Organic Farming
  • Integrated Organic Farming

By Method Industry:

  • Crop Diversity
  • Weed Management
  • Soil management
  • Controlling Other Organisms

By Country:

  • U.S
  • Canada

North America Organic Farming Market Key Players

The key players operating the Organic Farming Market include EARNEST AGRICULTURE, Arable, Harpe Bio, ALGAEO, Leaftech Ag, Inc., Vital Farms, GOOD AGRICULTURE, Steward.

North America Organic Farming Market Company Profile

  • EARNEST AGRICULTURE, Inc. *
    • Company Overview
    • Product Portfolio
    • Key Highlights
    • Financial Performance
    • Business Strategies
  • Arable
  • Harpe Bio   
  • ALGAEO
  • Leaftech Ag, Inc, inc., Ltd.
  • Vital Farms  
  • GOOD AGRICULTURE, INC., INC.
  • Steward    

“*” marked represents similar segmentation in other categories in the respective section.

North America Organic Farming Market Table of Contents

  1. Research Objective and Assumption
    • Research Objectives
    • Assumptions
    • Abbreviations
  2. Market Preview
    • Report Description
      • Market Definition and Scope
    • Executive Summary
      • Market Snippet, By Farming Type
      • Market Snippet, By Method
      • Market Snippet, By Country
    • Opportunity Map Analysis
  3. Market Dynamics, Regulations, and Trends Analysis
    • Market Dynamics
      • Drivers
      • Restraints
      • Market Opportunities
    • Market Trends
    • Product Launch
    • Merger and Acquisitions
    • Impact Analysis
    • PEST Analysis
    • Porter’s Analysis

Market Segmentation, By Farming Type, Forecast Period Forecast Period up to 10 Years, (US$ Bn)

  • Overview
    • Market Value and Forecast (US$ Bn), and Share Analysis (%), Forecast Period up to 10 Years
    • Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), Forecast Period up to 10 Years
    • Segment Trends
  • Pure Organic Farming
    • Overview
    • Market Size and Forecast (US$ Bn), and Y-o-Y Growth (%), Forecast Period up to 10 Years
  • Integrated Organic Farming
    • Overview
    • Market Size and Forecast (US$ Bn), and Y-o-Y Growth (%), Forecast Period up to 10 Years

Market Segmentation, Method, Forecast Period Forecast Period up to 10 Years, (US$ Bn)

  • Overview
    • Market Value and Forecast (US$ Bn), and Share Analysis (%), Forecast Period up to 10 Years
    • Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), Forecast Period up to 10 Years
    • Segment Trends
  • Crop Diversity
    • Overview
    • Market Size and Forecast (US$ Bn), and Y-o-Y Growth (%), Forecast Period up to 10 Years
  • Weed Management
    • Overview
    • Market Size and Forecast (US$ Bn), and Y-o-Y Growth (%), Forecast Period up to 10 Years
  • soil management
    • Overview
    • Market Size and Forecast (US$ Bn), and Y-o-Y Growth (%), Forecast Period up to 10 Years
  • Controlling Other Organisms
    • Overview
    • Market Size and Forecast (US$ Bn), and Y-o-Y Growth (%), Forecast Period up to 10 Years

Market Segmentation, By Country, Forecast Period Forecast Period up to 10 Years, (US$ Bn)

  • Overview
    • Market Value and Forecast (US$ Bn), and Share Analysis (%), Forecast Period up to 10 Years
    • Y-o-Y Growth Analysis (%), Forecast Period up to 10 Years
    • Regional Trends
  • North America
    • Market Size and Forecast (US$ Bn), By Product, Forecast Period up to 10 Years
    • Market Size and Forecast (US$ Bn), By Distribution Channel, Forecast Period up to 10 Years
    • Market Size and Forecast (US$ Bn), By Country, Forecast Period up to 10 Years
      • U.S
      • Canada

Competitive Landscape

  • Heat Map Analysis
  • Company Profiles
    • EARNEST AGRICULTURE    
    • Arable
    • Harpe Bio   
    • ALGAEO
    • Leaftech Ag, Inc, inc.
    • Vital Farms  
    • GOOD AGRICULTURE, INC.
    • Steward          

The Last Word

  • Future Impact
  • About Us
  • Contact

FAQs

The North America Organic Farming Market is segmented into Farming Type, Method and Country.

Surge in Industrial Automation and Smart Manufacturing and Technological Advancements and Innovations in PLC Systems.

The Organic Farming Market is segmented by country into the U.S. and Canada. The U.S. is expected to dominate the Market due to its large Investments.

The key players operating the Organic Farming Market includes EARNEST AGRICULTURE, Arable, Harpe Bio, ALGAEO, Leaftech Ag, Inc, inc., Ltd., Vital Farms, GOOD AGRICULTURE, INC., INC., Steward.