Global Plant-Based Fish Market To Top A Valuation Of US$ 1.3 Billion By 2031

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As environmental concerns associated with meat and seafood consumption heighten, consumers are turning towards more nature-friendly alternatives, prompting a slew of start-up companies to offer a broad range of plant-based product offerings. Sales of plant-based food products have witnessed unprecedented gains in recent years, with the global food & beverage market experiencing extensive marketing and promotion campaigns for the same.

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According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the average quantity of per capita canned tuna consumption declined by over 41% between 1986 and 2016, from 3.6 pounds to 2.1 pounds. Strong odor, combined with high mercury concentrations, were attributed as some of the primary reasons for this. Moreover, as per the 2018 Summer Food & Drink Trends report, one-third of all Americans, and 37% of millennials, planned to purchase more plant-based products by 2019. The sector expanded by nearly a fifth, reaching over US$ 3.7 billion. As such, the scope for plant-based fish products is only expected to widen over the coming years, with the market projected to surge ahead at an astonishing CAGR of 28% through 2031.

Key Takeaways from Market Study

  • By product, burger patties to hold dominance, fillets to catch up swiftly
  • By source, soy-based proteins to remain dominant, popularity of wheat-proteins to soar
  • HoReCa (Food Service Sector) to remain dominant distribution channel, online sales catching up
  • Plant-based shrimp to emerge as most consumed type over coming years
  • The U.S. to emerge as the dominant market for plant-based fish in North America, amid high presence of major F&B corporations
  • Growing animal sensitization trends driving sales across the U.K., which incidentally is likely to become the world’s largest market

Key Market Segments Covered

  • Fish
    • Plant-based Tuna Products
    • Plant-based Crab Products
    • Plant-based Shrimp Products
  • Product
    • Plant-based Fish Burger Patties
    • Plant-based Fish Fillets
    • Plant-based Fish Crumbles & Grounds
    • Plant-based Fish Chunks & Tips
    • Plant-based Fish Cutlets
    • Plant-based Fish Shreds
    • Plant-based Fish Tenders & Fingers
    • Plant-based Fish Strips
    • Plant-based Fish Meatballs
  • Source
    • Soy-based Fish Products
    • Wheat-based Fish Products
    • Canola-based Fish Products
    • Pea-based Fish Products
    • Fava Bean-based Fish Products
    • Rice-based Fish Products
    • Lentil-based Fish Products
    • Potato-based Fish Products
    • Chia-based Fish Products
    • Flax-based Fish Products
    • Corn-based Fish Products
  • Distribution Channel
    • Hypermarkets
    • Specialty Stores
    • Online Retail
    • HoReCa (Food Service Sector)
    • Convenience Stores
  • Region
    • North America
    • Latin America
    • Western Europe
    • Eastern Europe
    • Asia-Pacific excluding Japan
    • Japan
    • Middle East & Africa

Key Players in Plant-based Fish Industry

According to Fact.MR’s analysis, the global plant-based fish market is interspersed with the presence of a plethora of manufacturers, rendering the landscape highly competitive in nature. Key manufacturers are actively leveraging a host of expansion strategies, including new product launches, acquisitions, partnerships, and other capacity expansion measures. Some key players profiled include*:

This list is only indicative- full details about plant-based fish manufacturers is available upon request

In January 2021, Beyond Meat Inc. announced a strategic global agreement for a period of three years with McDonald’s Corporation. As per this agreement, Beyond Meat will be the fast food chain’s preferred supplier of patties in the McPlant® plant-based burger being tested in select McDonald chains globally. Additionally, the company will also explore co-developing other plant-based menu items, including pork, chicken, and eggs, besides fish.

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