Actualmente hay dos posibilidades para que los productores puedan ofrecer sus vinos al mercado sueco: A través del canal HORECA (hoteles, restaurantes y catering) o a través de las más de 410 tiendas de Systembolaget.
Globally, the organic market reached 54.9 billion US dollars in 2009. A large part of the turnover was in Europe (48 percent) and in North America (48.1 percent). Since 1999 (15.2 billion US dollars), the global market for organic products more than trebled (Sahota 2011).
Due to the severe Nordic winters and relatively short growing season, Sweden relies heavily on imported food and agricultural products. In 2009, imports of agricultural and food products totaled SEK 93 billion (USD 14 billion) and accounted for 10 percent of the Swedish total import value. About 62% of the imports come from other EU countries, Norway, Denmark, Germany and The Netherlands being the main exporters. Sweden has been a member of the European Union (EU) since 1995, but has not joined the European Monetary Union (EMU).
The food market is regulated by various standards and regulations owing to the growth of consumer awareness on food safety, social and environmental. This booklet consists of standards that apply to agricultural products produced in Indonesia and that are required by worldwide markets. Each standard and regulation has its own market. To enter the market, producers should meet the required standards for the respective market that has been entered.