Prebiotic Fibers Market Are Recorded At US$ 7.08 Billion In 2023

The global prebiotic fiber market is expected to grow at a high-value CAGR of 10.9% to reach US$ 19.94 billion by the end of 2033, from US$ 7.08 billion in 2023.

Prebiotic fibers are naturally found in a variety of foods, including fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes. Apple pectin is a soluble fiber that may have various health benefits. Although the results are mixed and more research is needed, they are reported to lower cholesterol and blood pressure while also improving gut health and intestinal stability.

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Prebiotic fiber consumption is spreading beyond traditional food and beverage categories. To fulfill the changing expectations of diverse consumer sectors, manufacturers are integrating prebiotic fibers into a wide range of products such as snacks, confectionary items, infant food, and pet food.

Whether they keep their animals as pets or as livestock, animal owners are becoming more aware of the need of providing them with a nutritious diet. Livestock owners emphasize the health of their animals and supply them with high-quality food and supplements.

Competitive Landscape:

As the market grows, there is an increasing focus on exploring new sources of prebiotic fibers. Manufacturers are researching and developing fibers from diverse plant-based probiotics to provide a wider range of options for consumers.

In July 2021, Taiyo GmbH, a German manufacturer of natural dietary fibers, joined forces with Asiros, a Danish fruit powder producer, to develop and promote two high-fiber fruit powder variations that eliminate the need for maltodextrin. Asiros’s blends incorporate Sunfiber, a clinically validated prebiotic provided by Taiyo.

U.K.-based functional food and beverages company MOJU introduced a prebiotic shot in March 2021. It had a combination of prebiotics and plant fibers from green banana, golden kiwi, baobab, and chicory root inulin.

Prebiotic Fiber Market

Key Players:

  • BENEO GmbH
  • FrieslandCampina
  • Cosucra Groupe Warcoing SA
  • Cargill Inc.
  • Bright Food (Group) Corp. Ltd.
  • Galam
  • Jarrow Formulas Inc.
  • Royal Cosun
  • The Kraft Heinz Company

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Regional Analysis:

 Why are prebiotic fiber sales so high in Germany?

“Rising Obesity and Diabetes Concerns Increase Demand for Prebiotic Fortified Foods”

Prebiotic fiber consumption in Germany is expected to reach a market valuation of US$ 2.45 billion by 2033, growing at an 11.5% CAGR.

Rising demand for prebiotic-fortified meals is expected to drive market expansion in Germany. Inulin is commonly utilized in the food processing sector since it is a great and nutritious alternative to fat and sugar. The country’s growing worry about obesity and diabetes is expected to drive up demand for prebiotic-enriched meals and beverages.

Key Segments of Industry:

  • By Ingredient :
    • Inulin
    • Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS)
    • Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS)
    • Mannan-oligosaccharides (MOS)
    • Xylo-oligosaccharides (XOS)
  • By Application :
    • Prebiotic Food & Beverages
      • Dairy Products
      • Cereals
      • Baked Food
      • Fermented Meat Products
      • Dry Food Prebiotics
    • Prebiotic Dietary Supplements
      • Food Supplements
      • Nutritional Supplements
      • Specialty Nutrients
      • Infant Foods
    • Animal Feed Prebiotics

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