After a global financial collapse, money-printing in the trillions, and now governments confiscating citizen's savings, people have had it.
They've had it with big government, big banks, big spending, big cars, big mortgages, and big waistlines. They want excess out of their lives. They're shunning big food and even big drinks, too, like the 50-oz Double Gulp bladder-buster size 7-11 offers.
People are becoming acutely aware of what they put in their bodies – and they don't want it to be genetically modified, full of high-fructose corn syrup, or created with chemicals, herbicides, preservative, and growth hormones. In other words, they're choosing food and ingredients that are "organic." And they're creating one whale of an opportunity for investors in the process.
The organic food industry has grown from “only” $3.6 billion a year in 1997 to more than $31.5 billion today. And it's only getting bigger. Here's how to invest