The Growing Need for Healthier Lifestyle will Catapult Soluble Dietary Fibers Market to New Heights
The market accounted for USD 46.54 Billion in 2021 and is estimated to reach USD 85.62 Billion by 2028, at the Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 9.1%. Soluble fiber is defined as filaments that dissolve in water to form a jelly-like substance. These fibers produce viscous gel in the intestinal tract and have the ability to slow down the process of transferring food from the stomach to the intestines. This type of fiber is found mainly in fruits and vegetables, grains, and oats. Soluble dietary fiber helps promote colonic health and the promotion of bifidobacteria of lactobacillus in the gut, coronary artery health, and lowering low cholesterol, and glucose levels.
Changing consumer lifestyles and increasing the inclusion of dietary fiber as an active ingredient promotes the need for soluble fiber. In addition, the growing user base of soluble food fibers in various industries, such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals and nutrition, and animal feed, is expected to provide a boost to market growth in the coming years. These fibers help the body transport waste, reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease by lowering blood sugar and cholesterol and regulate weight. Dietary fiber is active in various industries such as medicine, food and beverage, and animal feed. The ongoing epidemic of COVID-19 has dramatically altered the food and beverage industry and has had a devastating effect on the market growth of . The implementation of measures to combat the spread of the virus has exacerbated the situation and affected the growth of several industrial sectors. The market has been the result of a sudden disruption of efficiency and disruption of price chains caused by the sudden closure of national and international borders. Disruptions regarding the supply of immature goods to suppliers and the temporary closure of production bases due to chronic closures and temporary segregation have contributed to market growth during the violence. However, as the epidemic has affected supply chain operations, it has also created a need for a healthier life among consumers, and as a result, consumers have focused their attention on healthy food products.
Soluble dietary fiber is used as a dietary supplement, and also promotes colon health, as well as the promotion of bifidobacteria of lactobacillus in the gut, coronary artery health, lowering cholesterol, and glucose metabolism. In addition, soluble dietary fiber contributes to weight control and reduces the risk of heart disease. Water-soluble dietary fiber is considered one of the most important types of dietary fiber. It is composed of inulin, beta-glucan, polydextrose, pectin, fructooligosaccharides, galactooligosaccharides, and corn fiber, which helps to promote the nutritional profile of an additional food and beverage product.
In 2021, Asia Pacific captured the largest share of the market for . High consumption of soluble dietary fiber in the Asia Pacific is attributed to the increase in health-related awareness. The presence of a manufacturing hub and the growing demand for soluble food fibers from the food and beverage industries drive market growth in the region. In addition, further research and development and growth of pharmaceutical and nutraceutical, animal feed, and other such industries have led to the widespread acceptance of soluble dietary fiber in the regional market. The overall market captures the regions of North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa.
Some of the major key players in the Global Market are - ADM; BENEO; Cargill, Lonza; DuPont; Incorporated; Roquette Frères; Ingredion Incorporated; Emsland Group; Puris; The Green Labs LLC; Kerry Inc.; Tate & Lyle; Nexira; Taiyo International; Farbest Brands; and Batory Foods.
Browse the full Report - Soluble Dietary Fibers Market by Raw Material (Fruits & Vegetables, Cereals & Grains, Legumes, Nuts & Seeds), by Product (Soluble Dietary Fibers, Insoluble Dietary Fibers), by Application (Food & Beverage, Pharmaceuticals, Animal Feed, Others), by Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa) - Global Industry Assessment (2016 - 2021) & Forecast (2022 - 2028)