The 2020 U.S. sales numbers for organic food and non-food products jumped by 12.4% to reach $61.9 billion — a record high according to the Organic Trade Association. Due to COVID-19 shut downs, consumers opted to shift their budgets from carry-out to groceries. As food options became more scarce, new products were tried and habits were upended in order to accommodate cooking three meals a day at home. Fresh organic produce saw sales increases of 11%, while frozen and canned options rose more than 28%. Pantry items like organic flours and baked goods increased by 30% as baking trends hit the internet as a way to pass time indoors. See more organic grocery list of increases.