The key players included in the market are African Bronze Honey Company, Albertsons Companies, Inc, Big Island Bees, Wildpure Ltd., and Pastili Limited, among others.
The global organic wild honey market relies on the global organic honey market, which was valued at about USD 650 million in 2020 with an expected CAGR of 7.2% in the forecast period of 2022-2027.
The honey obtained from the nectars of wildflowers in a forest is known as organic wild honey. It has various health benefits, such as its ability to cure cough, provide relief from sore throat, reduce the risk of diabetes, maintain blood pressure, and serve as an excellent healing agent due to its antibacterial properties. The increasing awareness of organic wild honey’s health benefits and the rising demand for honey in the food and beverage sector have contributed immensely to its market growth. Furthermore, the growing awareness about organic products among consumers is expected to further aid in the market growth of organic wild honey.
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Due to the rise of the retail sector and the provision of numerous discounts offer that attract consumers to go out and make purchases, the supermarkets and hypermarkets segment accounts for a considerable share of the market. In the meantime, the increasing importance of e-commerce platforms is likely to fuel the market expansion over the forecast period. The increased focus on mergers and acquisitions between established firms and small businesses is projected to expand the product's reach to potential customers.
Europe tops the market share charts due to the continent’s overall tendency to lead a healthy lifestyle and increase in awareness of numerous health benefits of organic wild honey. Meanwhile, the Asia Pacific region is expected to be grow significantly in the given forecast period due to the presence of many organic honey producers in developing economies like China and India.
Headquarters: Boise, Idaho, United States
Albertsons Companies, Inc. an American grocery company and is one of the leading players in the organic wild honey market. The company operates stores across 34 states and the District of Columbia under 20 well-known banners including Albertsons, Safeway, Vons, Jewel-Osco, Shaw’s, Acme, Tom Thumb, Randalls, United Supermarkets, Pavilions, Star Market, Haggen, and Carrs.
Headquarters: United States
Unique among commercial sellers of honey, Big Island Bees is a family operation and the honey in the jars comes exclusively from their own hives, which is attended to without the use of artificial feeds or chemical miticides. The company produces pure and organic Hawaiian honey, and honey related products.
Headquarters: Ontario, Canada
A certified B corporation and social enterprise that works with African Bee-keeping projects to harvest 100% natural forest honey. The company aims to market organic, fair trade forest honey products harvested by 10,000 beekeepers in southern Africa. It sells honey that helps combat climate change.
Headquarters: Otago, New Zealand
Wildpure is a small family beekeeping business producing organic honey in Central Otago, New Zealand. The types of certified organic honey produced include clover honey, wild thyme honey, and kanuka honey. It also produces organic beeswax, organic bee pollen, and propolis.
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