Global Insoluble Fiber Market to Pave Path for Augmented Revenue Till 2027
Posted by Arslan on February 26th, 2019
The report by Fact.MR on insoluble fiber provides actionable and valuable insights on the market along with the forecast. The report on insoluble fiber also offers in-depth information on developments in the market, helping readers to understand overall growth of the insoluble fiber market.
The report also includes qualitative and quantitative analysis of the insoluble fiber market. It also helps to identify growth opportunities in the market across various regions. Key regions and countries in the insoluble fiber market are also provided in the report based on their share in the market.
Rising Awareness Regarding Health Benefits of Dietary Fibers Fuelling Adopotion
A considerable shift in lifestyle and diet habits of people is driving demand for healthy foods and fiber-rich diets. Research on the benefits of fiber-rich diet on human health has had positive conclusions. According to the European Food Safety Authority, fiber rich food can improve weight management. Meanwhile, the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) projects that around 45% of bowel cancer can be prevented through proper diet and physical activity. Increasing research studies showing various health benefits of dietary fibers is driving demand for both soluble and insoluble fibers.
With increasing awareness regarding health benefits of fibers, food and beverage companies are developing new fiber-based food products to deliver multi-functionality to a variety of food applications. Increasing concern towards intestinal health is driving demand for insoluble fiber.
Diverticulitis and constipation are two most common disorders of colon in Europe and Americas. The effectiveness of dietary fibers in preventing and managing these disorders continues to fuel adoption among consumers. Regular intake of dietary fibers also offers other preventive health benefits; for instance, a study led by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that high-fiber intake, especially during young adulthood and adolescence, reduces the risk of breast cancer.
Fiber Fortified Food and Beverages Accelerating Demand for Insoluble Fiber
Changes in dietary guidelines and low-fiber intake have resulted in the need for a variety of options to meet the recommended level of daily fiber intake. The growing demand for fiber in diet is leading to new product development and reformulation of existing food and beverages products by food & beverage manufacturers.
Fiber-fortified food and beverages are gaining popularity as consumers are increasingly becoming aware of various health benefits for fiber-rich diet. Food and beverage manufacturers are also focusing on fiber fortified food products to meet changing consumer needs.
Regulatory bodies across various countries are focusing on reducing calories in baked foods. Brazil, UK, and Latin America have enacted laws or going to enact laws that have limit on calories in bakery products. To reduce the calories in formulations, replacing the part of fat in bakery products with fiber is becoming a popular choice among manufacturers. Moreover, insoluble fiber is likely to emerge preferred choice with more calorie reduction, which is 0 calories per gram.
Favorable Initiatives and Recommendations Drive Adoption
According to the World Gastroenterology Organization, recommended dietary fiber intake varies across countries. Most of the guidelines usually recommend intake of >20g/day. However, actual dietary fiber intake is below recommended levels in many countries across the world.
Consumption of fiber intake in developing regions as well as developed nations including Europe and the US is far below the recommended level by regulatory bodies. This is resulting in long-term implications for public health including heart diseases, stroke, gastrointestinal disorders, increasing cases of type 2 diabetes, and obesity.
According to the current dietary guidelines for Americas, adult men require around 34 g of fiber, while adult women require around 28 g depending on their age. However, studies conducted by various institutions have found that most Americans are not getting enough dietary fiber. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has considered consumption of very little fiber as public health concern in the US.
The report offers detailed profiles of the leading players in the insoluble fiber market. The report conducts thorough research on market players including Ingredion Incorporated Chr. Hansen Holding A/, Unipektin Ingredients AG, NEXIRA, SunOpta, Inc., CP KELCO, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Tate & Lyle PLC, Cargill Incorporated, Grain Processing Corporation, TIC GUMS INC, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Roquette Frères, Rettenmaier & Söhne GmbH Co. KG, Südzucker Ag, Barndad Nutrition, International Fiber Corporation, Emsland-Group, and others.
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