San Francisco, California, May 23, 2018: A recently added market study by TMR Research, titled, “Insoluble Dietary Fibers Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017–2025,” states that market will grow on the back of rising applications of the product in making animal feed, pet food, functional food and beverages, and pharmaceutical products. It adds that the surging demand for fiber-fortified food and beverages from the growing tribe of health conscious consumers will bode well for the market as well.
The various types of insoluble dietary fibers available in the market are hemicellulose, cellulose, chitin and chitosan, fiber and bran, lignin, resistant starch, and others such as husk and grasses. Of them, the fiber and bran find widespread usage in bakeries and confectionery industries for fortification of bakery products. This serves to enhance the nutrition quotient of tortillas, breads, pastas, weight management supplements, and nutritional bars. Cellulose is also finding usage in formulating food, pharmaceuticals, and feed.
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Some of the sources of insoluble dietary fibers are legumes, cereals and grains, fruits and vegetables, and others such as seeds and nuts. Of them, cereals and grains account for a significant share because of their easy availability and also the higher amount of insoluble dietary fibers they help produce. From a geographical standpoint, North America is a prominent market because of the large demand for products fortified with various insoluble dietary fiber mainly in Canada and the U.S. This, in turn, is because of the higher spending capacity of people in the two nations and also because of the greater awareness about health.
Some of the key players in the global market for insoluble dietary fibers that have been profiled in the report are Cargill, Roquette Frères, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Ingredion Incorporated, SunOpta, Inc., Interfiber, Solvaira Specialties, Unipektin Ingredients AG, AdvoCare International, L.P., J. Rettenmaier & Söhne GmbH Co. KG, Grain Processing Corporation, and Barndad Nutrition.