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Organic Agriculture Industry : Vision Australia

Organic Agriculture Industry : Vision Australia

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Publish Date : Feb, 2005| No. of Pages : 90

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List of Figures:  
Figure 2-1: Distribution of Certified Organic Farms by State, 2003
Figure 2-2: Proportions of Certified Organic Farms producing different Products, 2004
Figure 2-3: Co-operative or Collaborative arrangements among Organic Farmers
Figure 3-1: Total Farm-gate receipts from Sale of Organic Production (by State)
Figure 3-2: Organic Farmers (by Gender)
Figure 3-3: Number of Organic Farmers (by Qualification)
Figure 4-1: Organic Beef Product Sold through Supply Channels
Figure 4-2: Organic Sheep and Goat Product Sold through Supply Channels
Figure 4-3: Organic Pork Product Sold through Supply Channels
Figure 4-4: Organic Poultry Product Sold through Supply Channels         
Figure 4-5: Organic Milk and Milk Products Sold through Supply Channels
Figure 4-6: Organic Cereal Product Sold through Supply Channels         
Figure 4-7: Organic Vegetable Product Sold through Supply Channels  
Figure 4-8: Organic Fruit Product Sold through Supply Channels
Figure 6-1: Primary Places of Purchase for Certified Organic Food  
Figure 6-2: Organic Food Consumption (by Education)
Figure 6-3: Organic Food Consumption (by Income)
Figure 6-4: Motivating Factors behind Food Choice of Organic & Non-Organic Consumers
Figure 6-5: Attitudes to Food-Related Issues  
Figure 6-6: Simplified path model for increasing consumption of Organic Foods among those who had consumed at least some Organic Food over preceding 12 months
List of Tables:
Table 2-1: Farm-gate Sales Volumes from Certified Organic Farms in Australia, 2004
Table 3-1: Description of Supply Chain Businesses       
Table 3-2: Quantities of Organic Product Sold as Organic or Conventional (by Product Category and State), 2004
Table 3-3: Weighted average Price Premiums for Organic Products (by State)
Table 3-4: Average Price Premiums for Sales Channels (by State)        
Table 3-5: Average Price for Organic Milk (by State)
Table 3-6: Proportion of Organic Industries where Farm Business is Main Occupation, (by State)
Table 3-7: Mean Age of Organic Farmers (by State)  
Table 3-8: Educational level achieved by Organic Farmers           
Table 3-9: Sum of receipts from Sale of Certified Organic Products as Organic (by Product Category), 2004
Table 4-1: Relationship with Beef Supply Chain Partners
Table 4-2: Relationship with Sheep and Goat Supply Chain Partners
Table 4-3: Relationship with Pig and Pork Supply Chain Partners
Table 4-4: Relationship with Poultry Supply Chain Partners           
Table 4-5: Relationship with Milk Supply Chain Partners
Table 4-6: Relationship with Cereal Supply Chain Partners           
Table 4-7: Relationship with Vegetable Supply Chain Partners
Table 4-8: Relationship with Fruit and Nut Supply Chain Partners
Table 6-1: Implicit Prices for Organic Food Attributes
Table 7-1: Product Groups included in ANZSPC Codes
Table 7-2: Total Certified Organic Exports (1999-2003)
Table 7-3: Certified Organic Exports by Product Group (standardized net mass, kg or l), 1999-2003  
Table 7-4: Percentage of Total Export Volume by Destination, 2003

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