Encapsulated Flavors and Fragrances Market Competitive Growth Strategies Based on Type, Applications, End-User, and Region

Encapsulation is a method of encasing tastes and scents within a cover material for protection from environmental factors. This minimizes flavor and scent loss, while slowing product degradation, through processing and storage. According to a recent report by Future Market Insights (FMI), the market is expected to reflect a CAGR of 5.9%, hitting an estimated value of US$ 11.2 Bn by the end of 2031.

Encapsulation processes create functional qualities including the controlled release of aromatic molecules in specific environments. Encapsulated flavors and fragrances are used as excipients in the food and beverage, cosmetics, and personal care sectors for preserving products for long-term use.

Purity, granulation, average molecular weight, colour, and solubility determine the grade of encapsulated products. The wide multi-functional benefits of encapsulated flavours and fragrances are aiding the growth of the global market.

High levels of investments in research and development by key players, particularly in the developed countries, are expected to boost consumption. Another factor driving the market’s growth is the rising demand for functional foods.

Additionally, manufacturers are using technologies such as spray-drying, which is the most commonly used method in the industry. The emphasis on health and wellness has risen by leaps and bounds.

Healthy drinks with vitamins and natural flavors are becoming popular among consumers. Flavour encapsulation is preferred to chemically synthesized equivalents. Consequently, it is used on fruit and vegetable ingredients without compromising nutritional content. As a result, encapsulated flavour manufacturers have great opportunities to partner with beverage manufacturers and supply encapsulated flavors for health drinks and more.

Encapsulated Flavors and Fragrances Market

Key Takeaways from the Encapsulated Flavours and Fragrances Market Study:

  • Micro-encapsulation accounted for a market share of 72.9% in 2021 driven by superior functional efficacy and diverse applications.
  • Cyclodextrin is anticipated to witness a lucrative growth rate at a CAGR of 9.1%, supported by the growing popularity of prebiotics.
  • Germany holds the lead and will account for 24% share in the Europe market in 2021, however, it is registering sluggish growth owing to saturation in the country.
  • The U.S. will hold over 88% of the North America market by the end of 2031, driven by demand from matured food and chemical processing sectors.
  • South Korea registers the highest growth rate in East Asia at 8% CAGR, supported by demand from the cosmetic, personal care, and pharmaceutical sectors in the country.

“Leading companies in the encapsulated flavors and fragrances market are focusing on developing novel product technologies to bolster their revenue streams through research and development efforts in the coming decade,” according to FMI’s analyst.

Who is Winning?

Encapsulated flavors and fragrances manufacturers are working on delivering unique items to the market to reach a larger customer base. Manufacturers are also working on research and development to meet rising consumer expectations in both existing and emerging markets. Additionally, manufacturers are also focusing on online retailing in the pandemic through various E-commerce websites.

Some of the leading companies offering encapsulated flavours and fragrances are ADM, Cargill Inc, Firmenich Incorporated, Givaudan, Ingredion Incorporated, International Flavours and Fragrances (IFF), Kerry Group, Royal DSM, Sensient Technologies, Symrise AG, Tate & Lyle PLC and others.

Get Valuable Insights into Encapsulated Flavours and Fragrances Market 

Future Market Insights, in its new offering, provides an unbiased analysis of the encapsulated flavours and fragrances market presenting historical demand data (2016-2020) and forecast statistics for the period from 2021-2031. The study divulges compelling insights on the encapsulated flavours and fragrances market based on form (liquid and powder), by source (shrimp, crab and lobster), and by end-use (food additives, dietary supplements, pharmaceuticals & biomedical and cosmetics & personal care) across seven major regions.

Scope of Report

Forecast Period2021-2031
Historical Data Available for2016-2020
Market AnalysisUSD Million for Value
Key Countries CoveredUS, Canada, Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Spain, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, GCC Countries, Turkey, Northern Africa, and South Africa
Key Segments CoveredProduct Type, Technology, Wall Materials, End-Use,   Encapsulated Form, Process and Region
Key Companies ProfiledCargill IncFirmenich IncorporatedGivaudanIngredion IncorporatedInternational Flavors and Fragrances (IFF)Kerry GroupRoyal DSMSensient TechnologiesSymrise AGTate & Lyle PLCOthers
Report CoverageMarket Forecast, Company Share Analysis, Competition Intelligence, DROT Analysis, Market Dynamics and Challenges, and Strategic Growth Initiatives
Customization & PricingAvailable upon Request

Key Questions Answered in the Report

  • What is encapsulated flavors and fragrances market size?
    The overall encapsulated flavors and fragrances market is projected to surpass US$ 6.3 Bn in 2021.
  • At what rate did the encapsulated flavors and fragrances market grow in the last five years?
    Demand in the encapsulated flavors and fragrances market increased at 4.5% CAGR between 2016 and 2020.
  • What are the key trends shaping the encapsulated flavors and fragrances market?
    Market players are likely to focus on nano-encapsulation technologies. Cost-effective mechanical encapsulation solutions will remain important in the market.
  • What is the share of the leading encapsulated flavors and fragrances companies?
    Leading encapsulated flavors and fragrances companies include Givaudan, Firmenich Incorporated, International Flavors and Fragrances (IFF), Sensient Technologies, Cargill Inc, and Royal DSM, who cumulatively account for 40 to 50% of the market.

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