Enormous Opportunities for Exploring the China Organic Food Market-------Producing and Marketing bases can be established in China

The organic food requires more rigorous process of higher standards than green food. So far, the markets of organic food are mainly in developed countries.
A nutritionist ever jokes that, almost all of what the Americans are eating are poisonous. Although it sounds incredible, people have found that common food do not have half nutrients of the organic food, moreover, common food mostly have chemical poisons.
Please don’t take the organic food for what we call green food. In fact, the organic food require more rigorous of atmosphere, water and soil. In the process of producing, farmers will be required to eliminate the weeds every day instead of spraying herbicide; in order to prevent the pests’ attack, they should cover preventing-net made of plants for the crops; the organic food regions are usually separated from regular fields, etc.
While in the production of green food, there are no such requirements. Even the chemical materials are not forbidden but limited in using. In short, the organic food requires more vigorous process of higher standards in terms of technology, raw materials, processing and authentication.
In China, there have been millions of thousands of producing bases for organic food, and nearly 100 kinds of products with authentication including grains, legumes, vegetables, beverage, Chinese herbs. Among which most are sold to Japan, the U.S.A, Canada, and European markets.
Owing to the fact that the vegetables and fruits cultivated through organic process only account for 2 percent of American market, the prices of organic food are twice higher the common ones. Therefore, the organic food is growing to be the major export of the developing countries. Chinese organic food export is rising by over 30 percent per year.
Experts point out that numerous Chinese consumers do not know much about organic food, and the industrialization of the organic food needs a breakthrough in China. Fortunately, the green food being advocated is guiding people in changing their ideas.
Meanwhile, the key technology, policies and corresponding serving systems are developing, the special industries of conservation will bring us long-term interest, although some realistic obstacles also cannot be ignored.
For example, the Bureau of Statistics of Guangzhou shows that, more than half of the citizens have never purchased greed food, over 60 percent cannot recognize green food. Furthermore, it is hard to find green food in the common agricultural markets where counterfeit and fake green food accidents occur occasionally.