Some of the leading manufacturers of food stabilizers in the world are Cargill, Inc., Advanced Food Systems, Inc., and E.I. DuPont De Nemours & Company. A majority of these key players have a strong hold over the distribution of food stabilizers in Europe and North America, the leading consumers of food stabilizers.
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According to a research report published by Transparency Market Research, the Asia Pacific region is expected to create key opportunities for food stabilizer manufacturers in the immediate future, owing to a high population density and the growing disposable incomes of individuals.
The global market for food stabilizers is expected to generate a revenue of US$7.63 bn by the end of 2016 and US$9.26 bn by 2021. This revenue is projected at a CAGR of 4.0% within a forecast period from 2015 to 2021.
Europe to Lead Food Stabilizers Usage
Europe has consistently dominated the demand for food stabilizers over the recent past. By the end of 2021, Europe is expected to take up 35.8% of the total market value for food stabilizers. Although this is a drastic fall from its previous shares, it is still the dominant share owing to a very high demand for ready-to-eat foods and packaged foods.
The share in food stabilizers held by North America and Asia Pacific is expected to increase over time till 2021, owing to the growth in demand for both packaged as well as organic foods in both regions.
Among the various functions of food stabilizers, stabilization is expected to retain the lead in demand till 2021. This is attributed to the increasing scope of use of stabilizers in various foods such as dairy, confectionary, and bakery products. By the end of 2021, stabilizing functions as a segment is expected to generate US$3.50 bn in revenue.
Demand for Convenience and Organic Foods Equally High, Food Stabilizer Makers to Benefit from Both
“The emerging economies with their high level of industrial evolution are creating a very hectic lifestyle for most consumers in the region. Fitting into this lifestyle are a range of convenience foods that are easy to eat and appealing both visually and to the palate. This is a high impact driver for food stabilizer manufacturers in regions such as Asia Pacific,” states a TMR analyst. This driver is expected to remain as a high impact one for the foreseeable future of food stabilizers.
Developed economies on the other hand are showing a higher preference for organic foods which still require food stabilizers for extending their short shelf-lives and to protect them from harmful bacteria.
This combination of the above two drivers is expected to be highly advantageous to food stabilizer manufacturers that are globally prominent.
Regulations Governing Food Stabilizer Usage to Strengthen Further
Food related organizations such as the FDA have a big say in what can and cannot be used to create food and beverage products, including food stabilizers. Several chemicals have been banned over time due to their harmful nature and will continue to be banned after research yields negative results. This is expected to remain as a key restriction on the manufacturers of food stabilizers for the foreseeable future.
This also has to do with the overconsumption of food stabilizers. Many of these products can cause health issues including allergies, pregnancy complications, and other health issues. Research on each food stabilizer currently in use is necessary to understand which of these may be harmful to human health. Once found to have a negative impact, they can be banned by regulatory authorities.
“A great opportunity lies in the field of natural food stabilizers in terms of countering the faltering demand of synthetic food stabilizers. A common multitude of consumers is showing a rapidly increasing preference for natural food stabilizers, and that is where manufacturers need to focus for the near future,” adds the analyst.