10-Jun-2022 | Facts and Factors
According to Facts and Factors, the global dietary fiber market was valued at USD 8,184.50 million in 2021 and is predicted to increase at a CAGR of 10.80% to USD 15,143.65 million by 2028. The study examines the market in terms of revenue in each of the major regions, which are classified into countries.
Dietary fibers can be found in a wide range of foods, however, they are most commonly found in plant foods such as fruits, vegetables, and legumes. These fibers help with waste disposal, diabetes and heart disease prevention by decreasing blood sugar and cholesterol levels, and maintaining a healthy weight. A major factor influencing market expansion is the rise in customer preference for natural products. Obesity, digestive problems, gastrointestinal infections, and other disorders affect the great majority of people. Companies are taking note of this and developing dietary fiber supplements to help in the treatment of such disorders. The influence of increased health concerns on the dietary fiber industry is now minimal, but it is expected to expand in the future.
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Too much dietary fiber, on the other hand, can cause diarrhea, poor mineral absorption, and the loss of good cholesterol, limiting the market for dietary fiber. Because of increased consumer spending and strong government support, the food and beverage industry is expected to be a major driver of the dietary fiber market. Legumes, whole grains like cereals, wheat bran, brown rice, and other gluten-related foods are high in dietary fibers. One of the most common food sensitivities among today's customers is gluten intolerance. Dietary fibers are abundant in legumes, whole grains such as cereals, wheat bran, brown rice, and other gluten-related foods. Gluten intolerance is one of the most common food sensitivities among today's customers.
Gluten-free diets are becoming more popular among consumers as health benefits, increased energy, and weight loss are touted. As more people grow allergic to gluten-containing foods like wheat and other grains, the demand for dietary fibers will decrease. The frequency of problems connected to gluten consumption, such as infertility, celiac disease, and neurological issues, is another factor that could hinder the market's growth. The frequency of problems connected to gluten consumption, such as infertility, celiac disease, and neurological issues, is another factor that could hinder the market's growth. As the frequency of celiac illness climbs, so does the need for gluten-free foods, which could slow the market for dietary fibers.
Soluble dietary fibers and insoluble dietary fibers are the two types of dietary fibers on the market. Water-soluble dietary fibers are one of the most important groups. Ingredients include inulin, pectin, polydextrose, beta-glucan, fructooligosaccharides, galactooligosaccharides, and maize fiber. It reduces cholesterol levels by slowing stomach emptying and regulating blood sugar levels. Its main goal is to boost intestinal viscosity and colonic fermentation.
The market is segmented by application into food and drinks, dietary supplements, pharmaceuticals, and animal feed. Dietary fibers are carbohydrate polysaccharides that are not completely digested by gastrointestinal enzymes when taken, allowing them to absorb water and ferment, allowing good bacteria to flourish in the colon. This is excellent for boosting immunity and maintaining regular bowel movements. Fiber consumption, whether from food or supplements, has been associated with a lower risk of gastrointestinal issues like duodenal ulcers, appendicitis, constipation, and colon cancer.
The demand for dietary fiber supplements is predicted to rise in North America as a result of greater health awareness and a considerable increase in exports to other countries. Furthermore, fiber supplement innovation, such as fiber supplement products available in a range of flavors and combinations (such as cinnamon oatmeal raisin and cranberry lemon drizzle), aids in cholesterol reduction and promotes better heart health. Moreover, according to the FAO, dietary fiber reaches the large intestine and is digested by colonic bacteria, resulting in the production of SCFA, hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and biomass.
The report contains qualitative and quantitative research on the global Dietary Fiber Market, as well as detailed insights and development strategies employed by the leading competitors. The report also provides an in-depth analysis of the market's main competitors, as well as information on their competitiveness. The research also identifies and analyses important business strategies used by these main market players, such as mergers and acquisitions (M&A), affiliations, collaborations, and contracts. The study examines, among other things, each company's global presence, competitors, service offers, and standards.
Market Size in 2021
USD 8,184.50 Million
Projected Market Size in 2028
USD 15,143.65 Million
CAGR Growth Rate
Key Market Players
Archer Daniels Midland Company, Kerry Group, Ingredion Incorporated, DuPont, Cargill, Incorporated, CP Kelco, Roquette Frères, UNIPETonsIN Ingredients AG, BENEO, Tereos S.A., Advocare International, L.P., RETTENMAIER & SÖHNE GmbH + Co KG, Tate & Lyle, Yugen Chemicals, Grain Processing Corporation, Grain Millers, Inc., COSUCRA, Nexira, Drytech Industries, Lonza Group, and Others
By Type, Source, Application, and Region
Major Regions Covered
North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa
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Some of the major companies operating in the dietary fiber market are Archer Daniels Midland Company, Kerry Group, Ingredion Incorporated, DuPont, Cargill, Incorporated, CP Kelco, Roquette Frères, UNIPETonsIN Ingredients AG, BENEO, Tereos S.A., Advocare International, L.P., and others.
The Global Dietary Fiber Market is segmented as follows:
- Soluble Dietary Fibers
- Insoluble Dietary Fibers
- Fruits & Vegetables
- Cereals & Grains
- Food & Beverages
- Dietary Supplements
- Animal Feed
- North America
- The UK
- Nordic Countries
- Benelux Union
- The Netherlands
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Southeast Asia
- Rest of Southeast Asia
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- The Middle East & Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Rest of the Middle East & Africa
- Latin America
- Rest of Latin America
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