UK organic food and drink sales boom during lockdown

Bananas, chicken, eggs and wine the standouts as growth reaches highest rate since 2016

Sales of organic food and drink rose sharply in the UK during lockdown – and have soared by double the rate of non-organic equivalents over the past year.

Organic bananas, chicken, eggs and wine are among the standout winners that, from January, helped supermarkets enjoy the highest sales growth in the sector since December 2016.

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