Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Future growth of Food & Beverage Enzymes

The global food & beverage enzymes market had been valued at $1.5 billion in 2013. 


The market is fast inculcating the use of enzymes in the light of numerous advantages they provide. These include carbohydrases, proteases, lipases, and other enzymes, with carbohydrases encompassing prevalent food enzymes such as amylase, cellulase, pectinase, and lactase, among others. Enzymes find wide applications in the food & beverage industry. 
The end-use market has been categorized into beverages, dairy, bakery, and others, which include sugar & starch processing, fruit processing, meat processing, egg processing, oils & fats industry, protein hydrolysis, and noodles/pasta industry applications, among others.

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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Europe Cereal Ingredients Market is Expected to Reach $224.0 million in 2019


The Europe Cereal Ingredients market report defines and segments the concerned market in Europe with analysis and forecast of revenue. The market is estimated to grow from around $175.9 million in 2014 to $224.0 million by 2019, at a CAGR of 5.0% from 2014 to 2019.

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Due to the rise in health concerns regarding highly processed food products, the need for consumption of cereals has increased. People are looking to cut back sugar, fat, and bread and shift to healthier alternatives, such as a quick healthy cereal breakfast. Moreover, packaged bread and pastry products may not appeal to increasingly health-conscious consumers. Food habits with regards to their health issues have changed. People opt for more nutritious food. Hence, the consumption for breakfast cereals has increased in the European market.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Baby Food Market Boosted by High Birth-Rate and Increase in Average Spending

The global baby food market comprises foods recommended for the special nutrition of babies and infants. The baby food market is categorized as baby formula, dried baby food, and prepared baby food.
Baby foods are usually divided into different stages so that they are suitable for each phase of the child’s individual development. Baby food is available as powdered and ready-to-drink baby formula.
By 2018, there will be a substantial expansion of the consumer base for baby food. In developed countries, the birth rates are lower and mothers tend to be older, but the disposable income is higher thereby raising demand for more premium and organic baby food. Volume growth opportunities can be seen where there are higher birth rates and younger mothers, regardless of the average spending power.

Baby Food Market
The increasing number of working women, faster paced lifestyles, and time constraints have accelerated the growth of packaged baby foods in markets such as India, Brazil, the Middle East and Africa. Parents are looking for more nutritious food for their babies to support their early stages of growth. Packaged baby foods are becoming a status symbol in some developing nations.

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Friday, October 31, 2014

North America Amino acids, Peptides & Proteins (Nutraceuticals) Market is Expected to Reach $366.5 million in 2018

The North America Amino-acids, Peptides & Proteins Market report defines and segments the Amino-acids, Peptides & Proteins market in North America with analysis and forecast of revenue.




The North America Amino-acids, Peptides & Proteins Market report defines and segments the Amino-acids, Peptides & Proteins market in North America with analysis and forecast of revenue. The Amino-acids, Peptides & Proteins Market in North America is estimated to grow from around 258.1$ million in 2012 to 366.5$ million by 2018, at a CAGR of 6%, for the given period.
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The consumer demand for plant source-based proteins increased in North America after realising the potential health risk related to red meat consumption, which is a primary source of proteins. Innovations play a crucial role in contributing an increasing consumer base for amino acids. Currently, peptides are undergoing tremendous research since they have been found to exhibit anti-cancer properties, which is another disease that causes concerns among the North American consumers. Growing demand of protein supplements and awareness of the health benefits of amino acids, proteins, and peptides drives the demand in the nutraceuticals market.

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North America is one of the major markets, wherein the U.S. holds a maximum share in the Amino-acids, Peptides & Proteins Market. U.S. is the biggest market in North America, and as of 2013, contributed a major share of around 53% in the Amino-acids, Peptides & Proteins market. In North American Amino-acids, Peptides & Proteins markets have five major players: ADM (U.S.), Cargill (U.S.), Kerry Ingredients (U.S.), Ajinomoto (Japan) and others. ADM (U.S.) is the major player with a share of 10.20% followed by Cargill (U.S.) with a share of 8.50%.
The Amino-acids, Peptides & Proteins Market is segmented and projected on the basis of application which is Functional food, functional beverages, dietary supplements, animal nutrition and personal care. A dietary supplement is the most preferred application of Amino-acids, Peptides & Proteins. The market is further segmented and forecasted on the basis of major countries, such as the U.S, Canada and Mexico.

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This report also comprises of market share, supply chain and value chain analyses, and market metrics such as drivers and restraints. In addition, it also presents a country-level competitive landscape and company profiles of key players such as ADM (U.S.), Cargill (U.S.), BASF (Germany), Ingredion (U.S.), DSM (Netherlands) and others.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Global Food & Beverage Enzymes Market covering industry trends, market share, market growth analysis and projection



The global food & beverage enzymes market had been valued at $1.5 billion in 2013. The market is fast inculcating the use of enzymes in the light of numerous advantages they provide. These include carbohydrases, proteases, lipases, and other enzymes, with carbohydrases encompassing prevalent food enzymes such as amylase, cellulase, pectinase, and lactase, among others. Enzymes find wide applications in the food & beverage industry. The end-use market has been categorized into beverages, dairy, bakery, and others, which include sugar & starch processing, fruit processing, meat processing, egg processing, oils & fats industry, protein hydrolysis, and noodles/pasta industry applications, among others.




Audience for this report
  • Food & Beverages Enzymes companies
  • Food & Beverages Enzymes manufacturers
  • Food & Beverages Enzymes traders, distributors and suppliers
  • Governmental and research organizations
  • Associations and industry bodies
  • Technology providers to Food & Beverages Enzymes industries

Monday, October 20, 2014

North America Dairy Alternative Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 13.0% by the end of 2018.

The North American dairy alternative market was valued at $2,451.6 million in 2013, to grow at a CAGR of 13.0% and reach $4,517.0 million by the end of 2018. It constitutes 35.7% of the global market.


Dairy alternatives include plant-based milk that is processed through cereals, nuts, etc. The market shows a significant growth due to increasing number of lactose-intolerants, milk allergies, vegans, etc. that are adopting a dairy-free diet. The market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 15% from 2013 to 2018. In 2012, the Asia-Pacific region dominated the dairy alternative beverages market. The key market players are introducing new products with different flavors, packaging, etc., and fortified products with DHA, calcium, etc., to avail different options in the market.

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Dairy alternatives are segmented into soy milk, almond milk, rice milk, and others, constituting 70.5%, 14.64 %, 7.9%, and 6.8% respectively, of the global dairy alternative market. This market is segmented and studied on the basis of ingredients and regions.

Dairy Alternative can be segmented by Ingredients, Geographies, SalesChannels, Companies, MacroIndicators, Types and Formulations. Ingredients of this market are Hydrocolloids, Natural Colors, Natural Flavors, Acidulants, Food & Beverage Texturants, Food & Beverage Sugars & its Substitutes, Food & Beverage Enzymes, Flavourant and Soy Protein.


Key players of Dairy Alternative Market are Blue Diamond Growers and Earth’s Own Food Company, which are increasing the market value of dairy alternatives in this region.This report contains a country-level analysis and its suitability for the production of a particular type of dairy alternatives. 

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Global Sauces, Dressings & Condiments Market Driven by Increasing Disposable Income of Consumers

Sauces, dressings, and condiments and its peer markets - bakery, fish & seafood products, fruits & vegetable products, baby food, pasta/ noodles, snacks, ice-cream & desserts, dairy products, and 6 other markets – constitute the total food products market.



The market for sauces, dressings, and condiments can be segmented by ingredients, products, geographies, and submarkets. Ingredients of this market are hydrocolloids, acidulants, food & beverage texturants, flavor enhancers, gourmet salt, and food & beverage stabilizers & systems. Products of this market are sodium reducing agents.

Geographies of this market are North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Submarkets of this market are pastes & purees, fermented sauces, cooking sauces, mayonnaise, dips, ketchup, pickled products, vinaigrettes, maple syrup and others.

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Your company’s specific needs can be met by the customization options offered by this MMM assessment. Customize your report on the global sauces, dressings, and condiments market to get an in-depth analysis and exhaustive industry information of the following considerations:

Product Analysis
·         Tracking current investments in manufacturing sauces, dressings, and condiments that expand their functionality
·         Analysis of types of sauces and condiments such as cooking sauces, table sauces, pickled products, and so on
·         Analysis of applications such as improving the taste of home-cooked meals

Market Trend Analysis
·         Analyzing economic pessimism and its effects on the demand in the market for sauces, dressings, and condiments
·         Contributions that sauces and condiments make to ease meal preparation and taste enhancement
·         Analysis of key players in the market such as Kraft Foods (U.S.), ConAgra Foods, Inc. (U.S.), General Mills, Inc. (U.S.), etc.
·         Analysis of the growing popularity of home-cooking, leading to ongoing positive growth in the market for sauces, dressings, and condiments 


Supply Chain Analysis
·         Opportunities for vertical integration with manufacturers to expand profitability
·         External and internal factors affecting the prices of sauces, dressings, and condiments
·         Availability through a variety of channels, including grocery stores, big box stores, and online
·         Analysis of market drivers such as low price points, ease of use, and rising dining-out costs

 Audience for This Report
·         This report provides granular segmentation on pastes & purees, fermented sauces, cooking sauces and mayonnaise. It provides market sizing of and forecast for the market for sauces, dressings, and condiments. It also provides information on the drivers and inhibitors, and opportunity analysis for each of the micro markets. Any of the following organizations will benefit from this report:

 Global sauces, dressings, and condiment companies
·         Manufacturing Companies
·         Traders, distributors, and suppliers
·         Governmental and research organizations
·         Associations and industry bodies
·         Technology providers

Friday, October 3, 2014

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The Asia-Pacific Food & Beverage Sugars & its Substitutes market report defines and segments the concerned market in Asia-Pacific with analysis and forecast of revenue. The market is estimated to grow from around $2,385.9 million in 2013 to $3,073.9 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 5.5% from 2013 to 2018.

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Monday, September 15, 2014

How to Keep Your Skin Looking Fresh and Glowing by Eating Foods?

If you want to roll back the years, forget expensive lotions and potions and instead reach for something more natural (and cheap).
There are many tasty foods that can give you great skin, and including some of them in your eating plan is essential.

The foods you consume every day play a significant role in the health of your skin as well as your overall health.

1. Flax seeds



Flax seeds are rich in omega-3 that play a critical role in controlling the appearance of age spots and fine lines. 

2. Purple and blue fruits

Purple and blue fruits are among the best foods to eat for a great skin. 

3. Papaya



Papaya is a wonderful fruit which has a rich history and numerous nutritional benefits. It is very low in calories (only 39 calories per 100 g!) and also contains no cholesterol. 







4. Celery

Another food to eat daily for perfect skin is celery. Many of us underestimate this veggie, but celery contains Vitamin K that keeps the blood circulation healthy and helps to reduce high blood pressure. 








5. Spinach



Spinach is a healthy and nutrient-rich food you should certainly include in your everyday diet. You may hate spinach, but it is a wonderful source of iron, folate, chlorophyll, Vitamin E, magnesium, Vitamin A, fiber, plant protein, and Vitamin C. 




6. Sunflower seeds

Sunflower seeds are high in vitamin E, an important nutrient that helps protect your skin from the daily sun damage. Sunflower seeds make a perfect, portable snack to eat on the go. 

7. Chocolate



I love dark chocolate and eat it almost daily (of course, in moderation), and from personal experience I can say that chocolate doesn’t cause acne. Chocolate actually increases flavonol intake that translates to gorgeous skin. 




8. Sweet potatoes

They are high in vitamins A and C, which are both essential for glowing and healthy skin. The thing is, vitamin C increases collagen production that keeps your skin supple and smooth, and vitamin A is a potent antioxidant that fights free radical damage and prevents skin cancer.

9. Tomatoes



Add tomatoes to your salads or put some on a sandwich. When you cook tomatoes, you increase their lycopene content, so feel free to eat pizza sauce and marinara too.

10. Yogurt

One of the best snacks that most of us like is yogurt. 

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Facts about Food - You should Know!




  • Peanut Butter-A favorite spread for sandwiches, peanut butter was created by a doctor as a health food. In Africa, where they were first grown, peanuts are known as groundnuts.
  • A small orange is about 80 calories and contains vitamin C and carotenoids.
  • Coca-Cola used to contain cocaine when it was initially introduced.
  • Chocolate was used as medicine during the 18th century. It was believed that chocolate could cure a stomach ache.
  • More than $2 billion of candy is sold for Halloween, more than any other holiday.
  • Popcorn has existed for about 6000 years.
  • Spinach is one of the most nutritious and highest ranking vegetable in nutrient and antioxidant capacity.
  • 1.2 billion pounds of potato chips are consumed each year in the US.
  • To prevent bananas from turning brown, put them in the refrigerator. 



Friday, July 25, 2014

Live Healthy this Winter..!

As the arctic air keeps on bringing brutal temperatures to a large part of the United States, people can do more to keep warm besides wearing a coat, hat and gloves.
A variety of foods can help the body stay warm during these winter months.

Ginger
Ginger
1. Ginger
Ginger not only helps the body stay warm, but it also helps boost the immune and digestive systems.

2. Coconut Oil
Fats in general, such as coconut oil, keep the body warm through metabolizing, Nicholds said.

3. Cinnamon and other spices
You don't want things too spicy because spices such as cayenne can make you sweat and cause you to lose heat, Nicholds said.

4. Whole grains
Eaten hot, rolled oats, brown rice, millet and other whole grains give immediate warmth and also provide needed complex carbohydrates to fuel the body's engine.
Hot soup
Hot Soup
colder weather.

5. Hot soups
Hot soups seem obviously for the winter months, but the timing of the foods are important, too, Nicholds said.
A salad, for instance, can be eaten during the afternoon when the body is at its warmest.



  • Healthy Winter Foods for Breakfast
Avoid Caffeine. Substitute to herbal tea with ginger and Tulsi. it increases immunity against cold and heals cough and flu. Avoid fruit juices and go for vegetables, chicken or mushroom soup. Citrus foods are abundant in winter, consume them as much as you like. Orange, carrots, grapes and apples are high in nutrients and have a decent amount of anti-oxidants.

  • Healthy Winter Foods for Lunch
Eat vegetables and lots of them, together with brown rice, lentils, chapati. Add ginger, onions, coriander leaves and garlic to season them. Squeezing some lemons and adding cut tomatoes make them tasty and healthy at the same time. Ginger helps to maintain your body temperature and gives quick heal against cold. Refrain from oily foods, alcohols, eggs and sodas. Use olive oil to make your food more healthy.

  • Healthy Winter Foods for Dinner
Dinner should be as light and as oil-free as possible. Green veggies and soup is perfect. While going to bed, eat a handful of nuts - 4 almonds, 4 cashew nuts and a chestnut, then drink a tall glass of warm milk with honey and a little turmeric powder. You'll not only be giving your body a boost of fiber but also a good night's sleep. This will maintain your sugar level and metabolism for all night long.

Friday, July 4, 2014

It's Independence Day!

Hey all! This is just to wish you a very happy rest of your week, an amazing Independence Day (to our USA readers!)

"Let freedom never perish in your hands."

Fourth of July is here… Time to paint the day RED, WHITE and BLUE… Make a queue for the barbeque, have fun at the parade and enjoy the fireworks!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA