The organic food movement rose to popularity during the early to mid-2000s, when at that time, it was laughed off as a fleeting trend or a strategic marketing ploy. Consumers simply didn’t see the benefit of organic food. But look who’s laughing now? To say the organic food movement is booming would be a gross understatement. Once confined to speciality food stores, organic food items are now readily available throughout the nation’s supermarkets.
And now that the organic food movement has gone mainstream, it’s popularity has bled into several markets, and understandably so. In addition to organic food, organic beauty, body, and even household cleaning products are commonplace, if not preferred. Several mainstream brands have responded to consumer demanding by creating goods using natural and organic produc Continue Reading