Sainsbury is planning radical changes in its organic offer over the next year, according to Peter Morrison, innovation and inspiration manager.
He said : "We are looking at new ways of innovating on organics using more detailed loyalty card data."
Speaking at Sainsbury's Has Organics Had Its Day? conference in London, he said: "The answer for us very clearly is no. Organics still has huge potential."
Morrison said 74% of people who currently bought organics at Sainsbury only did so occasionally, leaving a massive opportunity to be exploited.
He said: "It is all about taking risks. There will be radical changes in our organic offer in the next 12 months."
Sainsbury plans to exploit a trend towards increasing customer commitment to organics by reviewing display, range and supply chain.
Morrison revealed that Tesco and Sainsbury were now neck and neck on organics as both had a 27% market share. Waitrose stood at 14%, and Asda was at 6%, he said.

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