Online searches for organic food are on the rise in the UK

Searches for ‘organic food nearer’ in the UK have increased by 850% in the past year, new research shows. BusinessWaste.co.uk, one of the UK’s leading waste and recycling companies, has collected data to show just how much attitudes towards quality food are changing.

Organic In September, BusinessWaste.co.uk analyzed Google trends over the past 12 months, looking at the various searches for organic topics. It found that searches for “organic food near me” have increased by 850 percent in the past 12 months. Additionally, searches for “organic food delivery” increased 350 percent over the same period.

The researchers also looked at global searches over the past 12 months. The data lists the top five countries where interest in organic food has grown the most. They are Jamaica, United Arab Emirates, Australia, Philippines and Singapore. Mark Hall, co-founder of BusinessWaste.co.uk, commented on the findings: “It’s great to see awareness of organic food and expanding the boundaries of what we eat. Choosing organic food is better for the environment and helps fight climate change. I think more people will choose organic food in the future. We believe.”

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