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 Why Organic Produce Costs More?

By - Saurabh Shukla

Certification and Compliance

Strict organic regulations require costly certifications and adherence to specific farming practices.

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Limited Economies 

Organic farms often operate on smaller scales, leading to higher production costs per unit.

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Manual labor and traditional farming methods increase labor costs for organic farmers.

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Lower Yields

Organic farming prioritizes soil health over high yields, resulting in fewer crops per acre.

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Supply Chain 

Separate supply chains and limited availability of organic inputs drive up transportation and handling costs.

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Research and Development

Ongoing innovation in sustainable farming practices requires investments of time and resources.

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Market Demand

Growing consumer demand for organic products allows producers to charge a premium.

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