Saudi Arabia Diabetic Food Market Research Report 2021-2027

Posted by arshiyashaikh on May 12th, 2022

Saudi Arabia Diabetic Food Market is projected to register significant growth during the forecast period. The growth can be attributed to the rising prevalence of diabetes across the young and geriatric population due to a sedentary lifestyle, less physical activities, consuming junk foods, smoking, drinking, etc. Besides, increasing awareness among the people regarding health and well-being coupled with preventive measures taken by the consumers are expected to increase the demand for diabetic foods and boost its market growth. The growing availability of sugar substitutes such as acesulfame, potassium, aspartame, and neo-tame are positively impacting the market growth of diabetic food in Saudi Arabia over the next five years. Increasing cases of diabetes and obesity among children and adolescents owing to lack of physical activity are contributing to the significant demand for diabetic food and thereby propelling its market growth.

Growing research and development initiatives to produce diabetic food is resulting in a diverse product portfolio to cater to the requirements of a wide consumer base, which is anticipated to fuel the growth of Saudi Arabia diabetic food market. Rapid digitization and growing reliance on online commerce have led to the entry of new e-commerce players that offer a wide variety of diabetic food products, which is expected to support the growth of Saudi Arabia diabetic food market. Moreover, rising personal disposable income is encouraging consumers to choose healthier food alternatives, which is driving the growth of Saudi Arabia diabetic food market. Initiatives by the government to increase awareness towards diabetes and its management are further propelling the demand for diabetic food in Saudi Arabia.

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