Research from Accenture shows Chinese consumers have shifted their spending patterns, including an increased interest in sustainability with 98 percent recognizing the value of environmental protection. Four other trends in spending include: the ‘Me’ economy of individual rather than family preferences; more prudent spending; increased desire for convenience to free up time for leisure activities; and concern about excessive ‘push’ communications.
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This website is made possible through funding for the U.S. organic sector provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service, as administered by the Organic Trade Association through its Organic Export Program.
How to use this website
The Organic Trade Association (OTA) brings the US organic industry to developing markets around the world. This database is a comprehensive tool for OTA membership interested in participating in or expanding international trade in organic products by providing information to understand international markets for organic products. Select the country you wish to export to and find out whether it has an agreement with the United States, who its certifiers are, and much more.