• High-potential Applications Propel the Growth of Prebiotic Ingredients
    Consumers’ desire for low sugar and high fiber products fuels prebiotic ingredients’ growth

    Research Overview

    This research service analyzes the global prebiotic ingredients market, covering North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), and Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa (LAMEA). Global and regional trends are detailed in the study. The study focuses on prebiotic ingredients used across end applications such as functional food and beverages, dietary supplements, and infant formula.

    In terms of the competitive landscape, market participants’ approximate share by revenue and volume and their activities are covered in the study.

    In terms of regional revenue, APAC accounted for 36.9% of the global revenue in 2020, followed by North America at 28.6%, Europe at 24.5%, and LAMEA at 10.1%.

    The global prebiotic ingredients market is highly competitive, with participants excelling in their own product segments through organic and inorganic growth. Increasing health consciousness about fiber intake and sugar-reducing solutions among the global population has forced prebiotic ingredient manufacturers to develop novel prebiotic sources. Key inulin and FOS participants include Sensus, Beneo, Cosucra, Intrinsic Organics, Fuji Nihon Seito Corporation, Quantum Hi-Tech (China) Biological Co., Ltd., Tereos, Ingredion, Cargill, and Nexira. Key GOS participants are Friesland Campina, Saputo Dairy UK, Fonterra, Clasado Biosciences, Dupont (IFF), Nissin Sugar, and Yakult Pharmaceutical Industry Co., Ltd. Key participants in ‘other’ prebiotic ingredients (resistant dextrin, XOS, polydextrose) include ADM, Tate & Lyle, Roquette, Prenexus Health, and Dupont (IFF).


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