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Marketing Aspects of Dietary Fibres

Marketing Aspects of Dietary Fibres

Update: 2017 – Pages: 211 – Regional Coverage: Global – Price: $3,900

Report Description

This study provides a global view of the dietary fibers market with a focus on different categories of ingredients, their composition and nutritional benefits, their scientific background and the supporting studies as well as process of production. Application segments and usage of ingredients constitute also a main part of the report as well as the market trends. the main market players worldwide. The report also offers information about the main market players along with an overview of the trends related to the dietary fibers sector. The report also presents regulatory aspects in Europe and North America.

  • Current and potential applications of fibers
  • Market by food segment and by geographical area
  • Main dietary fibers’ manufacturers
  • Prices
  • Trends
  • Regulations in Europe and North America

The rapid rise in demand for fibers and prebiotics has put manufacturers under pressure to identify new, better functioning sources of fiber.
Today, ancient grains, plant-based, naturally rich in fiber, supporting gut microbiota or enhancing immune response are claims that resonate greatly with consumers.

Our market research report on dietary fibers provides a comprehensive industry analysis supported with market statistics and estimates.
The study reviews the scientific aspects of the main established dietary fibers present on the market and identifies some of the major market drivers for the prebiotics market and more specifically those of dietary fibers.
The report presents a detailed market assessment based on detailed data analysis and accurate estimates; it also profiles some of the leading dietary fibers manufacturers in Europe, Asia and North America.
In addition, the study sheds a light on the most prominent trends concerning the use of dietary fibers and lists some of the new fiber sources that could be of interest to the ingredient users.
The legal status part reviews the different regulatory frameworks of dietary fibers on the market in Europe and North America.

The following segmentation details the types of information that will be presented in the report:

INGREDIENTS
GOS
FOS
Inulin
Polydextrose
Beta-Glucans

MARKET ANALYSIS
Fibers’ market by food segment and by geographical area;
Current and potential applications of fibers;
Applications protected by patents;
Identification of the main food users and their expectations.
Prices and trends
Regulations

APPLICATION

Dairy products
Functional foods
Beverages
Meal replacers / Meat
Bakery
Confectionery
Low fat/low sugar ice cream
Pet food/Feed
Food supplements

REGION COVERED
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market

REGULATION
Regulatory claims in Europe and North America

  • 1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 8
  • 1.1.MAIN ESTABLISHED DIETARY FIBERS 9
  • 1.2.MARKET SUMMARY 10
  • 1.3.FACTORS INFLUENCING THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FIBER AND PREBIOTIC MARKETS 11
  • 1.4.MAIN TRENDS IN R&D 12
  • 2.DEFINITION & CLASSIFICATION OF FIBERS 13
  • 2.1.DIFFERENT DEFINITIONS 13
  • 2.2.MAJOR TYPES 16
  • 2.3.BRIEF DEFINITIONS OF COMMON DIETARY FIBRES 18
  • 2.3.1.POLYSACCHARIDES 18
  • 2.3.2.NON POLYSACCHARIDES 21
  • 2.3.3.SHORT-CHAIN FATTY ACIDS 22
  • 2.4.DAILY INTAKE OF FIBRE 26
  • 2.5.DIETARY FIBRE- CLASSIFICATION 28
  • 2.6.BRIEF REVIEW OF HEALTH BENEFITS OF DIETARY FIBRE 33
  • 2.6.1.CONCLUSION 33
  • 2.6.2.DIETARY FIBRE AND CHRONICAL DISEASES 34
  • 2.6.3.DIETARY FIBRE AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE (CVD) 35
  • 2.6.4.DIETARY FIBRE AND OBESITY PREVENTION/SATIETY 35
  • 2.6.5.DIETARY FIBRE AND TYPE 2 DIABETES 36
  • 2.6.6.DIETARY FIBRE AND BOWEL HEALTH 36
  • 2.6.7.DIETARY FIBRE AND CANCER 37
  • 2.7.FOOD LABELING OF FIBRE 38
  • 2.8.NEW DEVELOPMENTS 39
  • 3.REGULATION 40
  • 3.1.1.USA 40
  • 3.1.2.FDA-APPROVED HEALTH CLAIMS 40
  • 4.MARKET OVERVIEW 44
  • 4.1.OUTLOOK 44
  • 4.2.MARKET SIZE 45
  • 4.3.PRICES 47
  • 5.MARKET EVALUATION BY TYPE OF PREBIOTIC AND BY COUNTRY IN TONS AND USD 48
  • 5.1.INULIN MARKET 48
  • 5.1.1.INULIN MARKET BY COUNTRY 50
  • 5.1.2.AREA OF APPLICATION 51
  • 5.1.3.MARKET TRENDS 53
  • 5.1.4.VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 54
  • 5.2.ARABIC GUM MARKET SIZE 55
  • 5.3.OAT BETA GLUCAN MARKET 57
  • 5.3.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 57
  • 5.3.2.MARKET BREAKDOWN BY APPLICATION 59
  • 5.3.3.PRICES 61
  • 5.3.4.BETA-GLUCAN: SUPPLIERS 62
  • 5.3.5.BETA-GLUCAN: POTENTIEL USERS INTEREST 64
  • 5.3.6.EXPECTATIONS TOWARDS SOLUBLE VS INSOLUBLE BETA-GLUCANS 65
  • 5.4.WORLD DEMAND FOR ARABIC GUM 67
  • 5.5.POLYDEXTROSE MARKET SIZE 69
  • 5.6.PECTIN MARKET 76
  • 5.7.GUAR GUM MARKET SIZE 80
  • 5.8.OTHER POTENTIAL DIATERY FIBRES 81
  • 6.MARKET TRENDS 83
  • 6.1.1.WORLD MARKET VOLUMES OR VALUE BY PRODUCT CATEGORY 83
  • 6.1.2.MARKET PARTICIPANTS AND PRODUCTS LINE 84
  • 6.1.3.CONSUMER AWARNESS 86
  • 7.SUPPLY AND MAIN SUPPLIERS 89
  • 7.1.AMERICA & EUROPE 90
  • 7.2.JAPAN 158
  • 7.3.KOREA 178
  • 7.4.CHINA 178
  • 7.5.INDIA 185
  • 8. ANNEXES 189
UBIC’s approach is based on in-depth interviews with food companies completed by a desk review.
MARKET SIZE

Quantification of the market is based on:

  • Primary data coming from desk research;
  • Interview with food companies and producers;
  • Experts interviews;
  • UBIC’s database.
MARKET EVALUATION

Desk search and experts interviews

  • Data-bases (internal, Dialog, Datastar)
  • Professional Organizations
  • Market players’ annual and quarterly reports
  • Specialized press
  • Experts (consultants, associations, distributors, etc.)
MARKET EXPECTATIONS

UBIC has done a series of interviews towards the industrial clients. Those user interviews give an in-depth appreciation of their needs and expectations in terms of ingredients usage and purchase.

INTERVIEWS OF INDUSTRIAL USERS

Interviews are conducted at the R&D, supplying and marketing levels.

Update 2017

Note: Study purchase includes one-year update available on-line on UBIC’s Extranet

Assistance is also available for specific questions

+ Objectives & Scope

The rapid rise in demand for fibers and prebiotics has put manufacturers under pressure to identify new, better functioning sources of fiber.
Today, ancient grains, plant-based, naturally rich in fiber, supporting gut microbiota or enhancing immune response are claims that resonate greatly with consumers.

Our market research report on dietary fibers provides a comprehensive industry analysis supported with market statistics and estimates.
The study reviews the scientific aspects of the main established dietary fibers present on the market and identifies some of the major market drivers for the prebiotics market and more specifically those of dietary fibers.
The report presents a detailed market assessment based on detailed data analysis and accurate estimates; it also profiles some of the leading dietary fibers manufacturers in Europe, Asia and North America.
In addition, the study sheds a light on the most prominent trends concerning the use of dietary fibers and lists some of the new fiber sources that could be of interest to the ingredient users.
The legal status part reviews the different regulatory frameworks of dietary fibers on the market in Europe and North America.

The following segmentation details the types of information that will be presented in the report:

INGREDIENTS
GOS
FOS
Inulin
Polydextrose
Beta-Glucans

MARKET ANALYSIS
Fibers’ market by food segment and by geographical area;
Current and potential applications of fibers;
Applications protected by patents;
Identification of the main food users and their expectations.
Prices and trends
Regulations

APPLICATION

Dairy products
Functional foods
Beverages
Meal replacers / Meat
Bakery
Confectionery
Low fat/low sugar ice cream
Pet food/Feed
Food supplements

REGION COVERED
North American Market
European Market
Asian Market

REGULATION
Regulatory claims in Europe and North America

+ Report Content
  • 1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 8
  • 1.1.MAIN ESTABLISHED DIETARY FIBERS 9
  • 1.2.MARKET SUMMARY 10
  • 1.3.FACTORS INFLUENCING THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FIBER AND PREBIOTIC MARKETS 11
  • 1.4.MAIN TRENDS IN R&D 12
  • 2.DEFINITION & CLASSIFICATION OF FIBERS 13
  • 2.1.DIFFERENT DEFINITIONS 13
  • 2.2.MAJOR TYPES 16
  • 2.3.BRIEF DEFINITIONS OF COMMON DIETARY FIBRES 18
  • 2.3.1.POLYSACCHARIDES 18
  • 2.3.2.NON POLYSACCHARIDES 21
  • 2.3.3.SHORT-CHAIN FATTY ACIDS 22
  • 2.4.DAILY INTAKE OF FIBRE 26
  • 2.5.DIETARY FIBRE- CLASSIFICATION 28
  • 2.6.BRIEF REVIEW OF HEALTH BENEFITS OF DIETARY FIBRE 33
  • 2.6.1.CONCLUSION 33
  • 2.6.2.DIETARY FIBRE AND CHRONICAL DISEASES 34
  • 2.6.3.DIETARY FIBRE AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE (CVD) 35
  • 2.6.4.DIETARY FIBRE AND OBESITY PREVENTION/SATIETY 35
  • 2.6.5.DIETARY FIBRE AND TYPE 2 DIABETES 36
  • 2.6.6.DIETARY FIBRE AND BOWEL HEALTH 36
  • 2.6.7.DIETARY FIBRE AND CANCER 37
  • 2.7.FOOD LABELING OF FIBRE 38
  • 2.8.NEW DEVELOPMENTS 39
  • 3.REGULATION 40
  • 3.1.1.USA 40
  • 3.1.2.FDA-APPROVED HEALTH CLAIMS 40
  • 4.MARKET OVERVIEW 44
  • 4.1.OUTLOOK 44
  • 4.2.MARKET SIZE 45
  • 4.3.PRICES 47
  • 5.MARKET EVALUATION BY TYPE OF PREBIOTIC AND BY COUNTRY IN TONS AND USD 48
  • 5.1.INULIN MARKET 48
  • 5.1.1.INULIN MARKET BY COUNTRY 50
  • 5.1.2.AREA OF APPLICATION 51
  • 5.1.3.MARKET TRENDS 53
  • 5.1.4.VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 54
  • 5.2.ARABIC GUM MARKET SIZE 55
  • 5.3.OAT BETA GLUCAN MARKET 57
  • 5.3.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 57
  • 5.3.2.MARKET BREAKDOWN BY APPLICATION 59
  • 5.3.3.PRICES 61
  • 5.3.4.BETA-GLUCAN: SUPPLIERS 62
  • 5.3.5.BETA-GLUCAN: POTENTIEL USERS INTEREST 64
  • 5.3.6.EXPECTATIONS TOWARDS SOLUBLE VS INSOLUBLE BETA-GLUCANS 65
  • 5.4.WORLD DEMAND FOR ARABIC GUM 67
  • 5.5.POLYDEXTROSE MARKET SIZE 69
  • 5.6.PECTIN MARKET 76
  • 5.7.GUAR GUM MARKET SIZE 80
  • 5.8.OTHER POTENTIAL DIATERY FIBRES 81
  • 6.MARKET TRENDS 83
  • 6.1.1.WORLD MARKET VOLUMES OR VALUE BY PRODUCT CATEGORY 83
  • 6.1.2.MARKET PARTICIPANTS AND PRODUCTS LINE 84
  • 6.1.3.CONSUMER AWARNESS 86
  • 7.SUPPLY AND MAIN SUPPLIERS 89
  • 7.1.AMERICA & EUROPE 90
  • 7.2.JAPAN 158
  • 7.3.KOREA 178
  • 7.4.CHINA 178
  • 7.5.INDIA 185
  • 8. ANNEXES 189
+ Methodology
UBIC’s approach is based on in-depth interviews with food companies completed by a desk review.
MARKET SIZE

Quantification of the market is based on:

  • Primary data coming from desk research;
  • Interview with food companies and producers;
  • Experts interviews;
  • UBIC’s database.
MARKET EVALUATION

Desk search and experts interviews

  • Data-bases (internal, Dialog, Datastar)
  • Professional Organizations
  • Market players’ annual and quarterly reports
  • Specialized press
  • Experts (consultants, associations, distributors, etc.)
MARKET EXPECTATIONS

UBIC has done a series of interviews towards the industrial clients. Those user interviews give an in-depth appreciation of their needs and expectations in terms of ingredients usage and purchase.

INTERVIEWS OF INDUSTRIAL USERS

Interviews are conducted at the R&D, supplying and marketing levels.

+ Request Brochure
Update 2017

Note: Study purchase includes one-year update available on-line on UBIC’s Extranet

Assistance is also available for specific questions