Bulk Food Ingredients Market – Analysis, Trends and Forecasts

The global bulk food ingredients market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period

The global bulk food ingredients market is projected to reach USD 1,008.1billion by 2026, from USD  808.9 billion in 2021, at a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period. The change in perception of people pertaining to processed foods and the technological innovations in bulk food ingredient processing techniques have led to an increase in demand for processed products, and subsequently to the growth of the bulk food ingredients market.

Leading players profiled in this report:

•             Tate & Lyle PLC (UK)

•             Archer Daniels Midland Company (US)

•             DuPont (US), Olam International (Singapore)

•             Cargill, Incorporated (US)

•             Ingredion Incorporated (US)

•             Associated British Foods plc (UK

•             EHL Ingredients (UK)

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The bakery products segment, by food application type, dominated the market

The bakery products studied in this report include flour-based products, such as bread, rolls, cakes, pies, cookies, muffins, pastries, pizza, tarts, and buns. The global bakery products market is projected to grow at the highest rate in the Asia Pacific region due to the increase in consumption of health-enriching food products. This is also projected to drive the demand for bulk food ingredients. Furthermore, the aging population in North America and Europe and the rise in health awareness in these regions have led to a decline in the consumption of baked food products. However, it has led to an increase in the consumption of whole-grain bakery products. The improved standards of living among people around the world have led to significant changes in lifestyles and eating habits.

The Alcoholic beverages segment, by beverage application type, accounted for the largest share

Alcoholic beverages include all alcohols manufactured with the use of wheat, rye, barley, corn, sorghum, corn, millet, rice, buckwheat, and spices. There has been a significant increase in demand for European ale, beer, wine, whiskey, and vodka made of bulk food ingredients due to their authentic flavors. The alcoholic beverages industry is the largest in Europe, with the region accounting for nearly 25% of the global alcohol production. The UK, France, Ireland, and Germany are the largest alcohol-consuming countries in the world.

The direct from manufacturers segment, by distribution channel, dominated the market

Common factors that drive the growth of the manufacturing market at the local level are raw material prices (fluctuation), prices of competitive/substitute products, sales strategies, economies of scale, specialization advantages, and business laws & regulations. Investments in R&D activities for the development of new products and solutions in the bulk food ingredients market are projected to drive the market growth. The number of research projects on processed & convenience foods is increasing globally. The production of bulk food ingredients is projected to be influenced by the increase in R&D activities for processed & convenience foods. R&D activities help in innovating new products and solutions for various applications of fats & oils. The increase in demand for these ingredients in both developed and developing regions has increased investments.

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High growth is projected in the Asia Pacific bulk food ingredients market

Busy lifestyles are encouraging the consumption of convenience food products and an increase in disposable incomes. This has led to an increase in demand for high-priced fortified nutritional food & beverage products in the region. The application of food ingredients is estimated to increase at a faster pace in the region due to its demand among consumers. Key markets in the Asia Pacific region include China, India, Japan, and Australia. The processed food industry in the Asia Pacific region is witnessing high growth due to the changing lifestyles of customers.