Mercaris Annual Commodity Reports
Extensive guides to the nuances of niche organic & non-GMO grain markets
These studies take a deep dive into the fundamentals of the emerging U.S. organic and non-GMO corn and soybean markets, and the organic wheat market. Using original Mercaris analysis and research, and drawing from USDA reports, these studies provide the most comprehensive estimate to the organic supply and demand balance and an updated estimate to U.S. organic corn, soybean and wheat acreage.
The studies examine the nuances of the organic and non-GMO grain markets as compared to their conventional counterparts in terms of production, net imports, end use, total supply/use balance and price analytics. Use these analyses to gain a better understanding of the drivers of growth in organic grain demand and to understand the changing dynamics of the industry to inform strategic supply chain and market research based decisions.
To stay up to date on the recent trends in these niche markets, organic and non-GMO prices are published on a weekly or monthly basis and are available via the Mercaris Data Service, which displays food and feed prices for spot and forward transactions across a number or regions. The Monthly Organic Imports Report provides regular updates to U.S. import volumes and prices (FOB origin and delivered) by origin.
To access these reports and other market analysis, contact Mercaris at [email protected] or 312-423-1875.
- Trends in U.S. Soybean Plantings, 1997-Present
- Soybean Acreage by State
- Organic Production Survey
- Total Certified Organic Farms by State
- Mercaris Estimates for Organic Soybean Production
- Monthly Organic Import Volume
- Trends in Import Prices
- Key Importers and Destination Ports
- Conventional Soybean
- Estimating Organic Soybean Meal Feed Demand
- Organic Food Demand
- Organic Supply Versus Demand
- Organic Correlation with Conventional Soybeans
- Storage Costs