Dietary Fiber Market to be Driven by Rising Ageing Population, Growing Health Concerns Amongst the People
As indicated by a number of studies, individuals taking high fiber intake are less susceptible to diseases such as hypertension, strokes, and obesity. This is why there is an increasing concern amongst individuals on nutrition and health, especially in emerging nations, thus driving the growth of the dietary fiber market. At the same time, companies operating in the food and beverage industry are increasingly implementing new strategies with primary focus on dietary fibers as a means to market their brands and products.
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This research report by Transparency Market Research, presents a detailed understanding of the dietary fiber market. It presents an extensive perspective of the demand, supply, restraints, drivers, and trends impacting the development of this market. The market has been segmented on multiple parameters and insights into micro and macro levels have also been deployed.
The study also presents a number of factors fuelling and impeding the development of the global dietary fiber market. In addition, the impact of each driver and inhibitor on the market development has been encapsulated under this study. Furthermore, the top opportunities present in the global dietary fiber market have also been showcased, which may come up as future drivers, bolstering the development of this market.
Overview of the Dietary Fiber Market
Dietary fiber, also known as roughage, is the portion of food that is indigestible and is derived via plants. Dietary fiber can be of two primary types, namely insoluble and soluble fiber. Soluble fiber is the one which dissolves into water. This type of fiber is easily fermented within the colon into physiologically active byproducts and gases. On the other hand, insoluble fiber isn’t water soluble and is metabolically inert in nature. It provides bulking and can metabolically ferment within the large intestines. Insoluble fiber is extensively utilized in pharmaceutical and feed industries, and functional food.
In chemical terms, dietary fiber includes non-starch polysaccharides including cellulose, arabinoxylans, and a number of other plant components including resistant dextrins, resistant starch, lignin, inulin, chitins, beta-glucans, oligosaccharides, and pectins.
Geographically, the report categorizes the market into Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, and Rest of the World (RoW).
The global dietary fiber market will grow due to the changing habits related to food consumption, the increasing disposable income of individuals, and the increasing geriatric population globally. In addition, a number of health-benefits associated with the utilization of dietary fiber such as regular defecation, more control on blood sugar levels, and reduced chances of having colorectal cancer will also positively impact the development of this market.
Furthermore, the increasing demand for functional foods and nutraceuticals will also bolster the growth of the market. The increasing occurrence of a number of health issues such as gastro-intestinal troubles, diabetes, coronary heart disorder, cholesterol, obesity, and others, have also shifted the consumer preferences toward the consumption of products having more health benefits, thus supporting the growth of the overall market.
On the other hand, as stated in the report, the increasing strict regulations introduced by a number of regulatory bodies and the FDA on the consumption of dietary fiber may impede the development of the global dietary fiber market.
Key players in Dietary Fiber Market
The top players in this market are Ingredion Inc (Corn Products International), Grain Processing Corporation, Grain Millers Inc, Lonza Group Ltd, KFSU Ltd, Novus International Inc., Roquette Freres, Ei Dupont De Nemours & Company, and Sas Nexira, among others.