Soluble Fiber Market Trends 2021| Segmentation, Outlook, Industry Report to 2030

The soluble fiber market, projected for a strong 8% CAGR during 2019 – 2026, will witness the continued preeminence of dried beans and peas over other sources. This primacy is attributed to their cheaper price point and subsequently, easier availability. FMI reports that the demand for soluble fibre for usage in nutrition and health supplements will increase at a striking rate through 2026. Compared to developing regions, the sales of soluble fibre are envisaged to be higher in the countries of North America and emerging markets of Europe.

Established companies, as well as startups, are investing in the soluble fibre market due to its steady expansion prospects. Cargill acquired EWOS, a market leader in salmon nutritional feed, by entering into an agreement with Altor and Bain capital II in Europe place of antibiotics in the production of aquafeed and other animal feed for the sustainability of healthy growth of farmed animal and fish.

Soluble Fiber Market
Soluble Fiber

Key Takeaways – Soluble Fiber Market Study

  • Strategic penetration of untapped markets in developing regions coupled with the introduction of low-priced products is projected to create great opportunities for manufacturers. These markets include Africa, India, and Indonesia, where there is a growing demand for soluble fiber products due to an increase in malnutrition rates.
  • Lack of awareness about the health benefits of prebiotics, probiotics, and nutritional lipids among prospective customers in developing regions may hamper market growth. Terms like prebiotics and probiotics confuse the customers.
  • Consumers now-a-days are not just consuming food to fill their stomach. Consumer preferences are shifting towards health-specific products that prevent diseases as well as boost mental and physical well-being.

Companies should be dedicating their strategic focus to diversification of product portfolio, as it will help them stand out in competition. Lonza Group AG acquisition of InterHealth, a U.S.-based firm allows the former to offer 15 branded ingredients, leading to an extraordinarily extended product portfolio.

Increasing Demand for Food and Beverage Fortification

Fortification of food and food products with soluble fibers will eventually help in ensuring proper nutrition. It is observed that with a balanced diet, consisting of vitamins, minerals, protein, and other components, a person can lose or gain weight in a healthy manner. Thus, the demand for food and beverage products fortified with soluble fibres is expected to lead to the robust growth of the soluble fibers market.

Soluble Fiber Market – Report Scope

AttributeDetails
Forecast Period2012-2018
Historical Data Available for2019-2026
Market AnalysisUS$ Mn for Value
Key Regions CoveredNorth America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa (MEA)
Key Countries CoveredU.S, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Rest of Latin America, Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, Rest of Europe, ASEAN, China, India, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Rest of APEJ, GCC Countries, South Africa, Israel, and Rest of MEA
Key Segments CoveredSource, Product Type, Application, Region
Key Companies ProfiledCargill, IncorporatedArcher Daniels Midland CompanyE.I DuPont De Nemours and CompanyLonza Group AGRoquette Frères CompanyIngredion IncorporatedTate & Lyle PLCSunOpta, Inc.Nexira SAS
Report CoverageMarket Overview, Key Market Trends, Key Success Factors, Demand Analysis, Market Background, COVID-19 Analysis, Segmental Analysis, Regional Profiling, Market Structure & Competition Analysis
Customization & PricingAvailable Upon Request

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Future Market Insights, in its new offering, offers an unbiased analysis of the global soluble fiber market, presenting historical demand data (2012-2018) and forecast statistics for the period, 2019-2026. The study divulges compelling insights on the soluble fiber market. The report segments the market into product type (inulin, polydextrose, pectin and gums, beta-glucan, resistant starch, wheat dextrin, and other product types), source (oats, barley, flax seeds, dried beans and peas, citrus fruits, carrot, and other sources), application (bakery, beverages, cereals, dairy products, nutrition and health supplements, and other applications), across six major regions to provide comprehensive data.

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