According to an article in the Packer, organic berries are seeing some nice and steady growth. In part because consumers may see them as more healthy and also because organics are simply becoming more a norm, less an extravagant buy. This isn't a huge shock as berry sales have continually seen growth over the last few years.
It's not all rosy news though. The California Strawberry Commission has seen a 17% increase in organic strawberry growth from last year, but obstacles often include finding enough land and making sure there are enough knowledgeable growers. Of course there's also an added costs to grow organic berries due to specialized techniques such as integrated pest management and bug vacuums.
To learn more about the current state of organic berries, check out the Packer.