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Red Berries Market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 2.7% between 2019 to 2026


iCrowdNewswire   Oct 6, 202011:00 AM ET

Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Red Berries by Nature (Organic and Conventional), by Product Type (Frozen, Puree, and Powder) by End-Use Type (Bulk and Retail), and by Application (Dairy, Bakery & Confectionery, Beverages, Snack Food, Nutraceuticals, and Sauces & Fruit Preserves): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2016 – 2026.” According to the report, the red berries market is expected to rise at a CAGR of 2.7% between 2019 and 2026.

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There has been increasing demand for red berries from various verticals, including dairy products, such as flavored milk and ice-cream. Berry juices have long been popular across the globe where the technology has been extensively developed for high value-added fruits. The recognized phytochemical composition of berry fruits is resulting in renewed global interest in and industrial demand for these juices and beverages. Economic considerations limit but do not eliminate 100 percent berry juice products. The characteristic dominating flavor and potent color of these fruits make them ideal for blending. Curiously, the only three commercially important fruits originating in North America are cranberry, blueberry and certain grape species such as Vitis labrusca, rotundafolia, and aestavalis. The strong characteristic flavor and stable red color makes cranberry a popular component of beverage blends. In fact, creative blending and marketing of cranberry juice with other fruit juices and non-fruit ingredients have resulted in the current and increasing demand for cranberry beverages. The imputed health value further increases the consumer interest in all types of cranberry products as a cure for bladder and urinary tract infections.

The cultivars available and supply of strawberries for puree and juice is usually dependent upon the vagaries of the fresh market. When the fresh market price drops due to competitive pressure from cheaper growing regions, the crop is harvested and either frozen whole (four parts fruit, one part sugar) for bakery, jam, or jelly use or pureed for pulp/juice manufacture. When the demand for processing raw material drops too far, or the processing/frozen storage pipeline is full (no available capacity), the crop is abandoned in the field.

Based on product type the global juice concentrate market is segmented into frozen, puree, juice concentrate, and powder. The juice concentrate segment is anticipated the gain substantial value over the forecast period in terms of revenue. With the demise of the traditional breakfast in many households, fruit juice and nectars have seen a key consumption occasion diminish, and producers are having to seek out alternative avenues. The rise in hectic lifestyle patterns is offering opportunities to harness more ‘on the go’ consumption. Producers are utilizing the premiumization trend to launch more small-sized packs which are suitable for consumption ‘on the go’ drinks. Many consumers are seemingly increasingly willing to pay higher prices for premium fruit juices and smoothies which they perceive to be healthier and more natural than ambient offerings. Producers are responding to the premiumization trend by emphasizing the purity, heritage, transparency of production and the functional/health benefits of their fruit juices.

On the basis of nature, the global red berries market has been bifurcated into organic and conventional. The organic segment is expected to account for maximum market share in terms of revenue owing to the high demand among consumers for consuming organic food products. Owing to the great local and global market demand for organic fruits, the production of organic fruit has rapidly increased in the past decade to prevent health issues resulting from pesticides and hazardous chemicals. Organic farming enhances soil moisture content, soil organic carbon; improves soil health, increasing productivity, microbial and earthworm population and enzymatic activity in the fruit plant. Furthermore, increasing the production of organic red berries coupled with rising disposable income among consumers is boosting the segment growth.

Some key players in operating in the cannabis concentrate market are Maberry & Maberry Berry, Dohler Group, Ocean Spray Cranberry, Inc., Hortex Group, TOWNSEND FARMS, INC. Milne Food Products, Fruit d’Or, KERR CONCENTRATES, INC., SunOpta, Inc., Northwest Berry Co-op, and Berryhill Foods, Inc., and Associates, Pacific Coast Fruit Products LTD.

This report segments the global red berries market as follows:

Global Red Berries Market: Nature Segment Analysis

Global Red Berries Market: Product Type Segment Analysis

Global Red Berries Market: Application Segment Analysis

Global Red Berries Market: End-Use Type Segment Analysis

Global Red Berries Market: Regional Segment Analysis

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