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New Study Reports “Low Calorie Foods Market 2019 Global Market Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts 2025″.
Low calorie foods comprises of various ingredient materials used for cooking. These are mostly substitute ingredients that contain lower calories than the original item. Some examples of such substitutes are sugar substitutes, nutrient substitutes, etc. These substitutes are used to create versions of High calorie intake can lead to various diseases and conditions. As a result, these substitutes are used to provide the same food items without the extra calories.
Global food habits are becoming more conscious every day. And this is the primary growth influencer for the low calorie food market. People want to be highly specific about the ingredients they use in their food and thus the usage of substitutes that contain lower calorie is increasing. This form of food consciousness is expected to grow in the near future leading to a massive boom in the low calorie foods industry.
Low calorie dairy beverages are also another huge growing opportunity for this market. Many people want to avoid dairy items since they contain a hefty amount of calories. These substitutes help recreate the same dairy products but low in calorie. The demand for low calorie dairy products is heavily increasing due to lifestyle changes across the world. Other dietary beverages are also created with the help of low calorie substitutes. Low calorie baked products are a market favorite as well. The report published on the global low calorie foods market revealed the growth to be at a notable pace. The valuation of the low calorie foods market was further stated to surpass its previous valuation.
Important Key players Analysis: Beneo Group, Abott laboratories, Galam Ltd., Ingredion Inc, Cargill Incorporated, Ajinomoto U.S.A Inc., Bernard food industries, Danisco A/S, Pepsico Inc., Zydus wellness Ltd., Archer Daniels Midland Co and more.
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The global low calorie foods market has been segmented in terms of type and applications.
By type, the market divides into sugar alcohol substitutes, nutrient-based substitutes, and sugar substitutes.
By application, the market includes bakery products, dairy products, pharmaceuticals, and others. The dairy products segment is expected to accrue considerable revenue in the forthcoming years. This is due to the growing diabetic population across the globe. A vast majority of the global population prefer consuming dairy products, however, health conditions like diabetes and cholesterol make them unable to consume the same. The emergence of low calorie dairy products makes it possible for them to consume without worrying about any external factors.
The global low calorie foods market is geographically distributed across the following key regions: Latin America, Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, and the Middle East and Africa. North America is a major market area for low caloric food items. The regional market is expected to grow massively over the forecast period due to the rising obese population herein and the increasing health awareness among the consumers. Asia Pacific is projected to be among the fastest growing market areas for low caloric foods due to the massive boom of the food & beverage industry and the presence of two economic powerhouse, namely China and India. Elsewhere, the market is expected to grow in the Latin American regions as well due to the increasing pace of urbanization in countries like Brazil and Argentina.
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With a GDP elevating at a faster rate than the total population growth, a rise in the disposable income is observed, enabling consumers to spend higher on quality-based food products, promoting growth in the food and beverages industry. Incidentally, the consumers are also bound to spend higher on convenient and easy to consume drinks and food products, to support their comfort-seeking lifestyles.