Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market

Date: 2016-05

Insoluble Dietary Fibers are bulking Fibers that absorb excess water present in the digestive system and ease the process of egestion. Insoluble dietary fibers improve the gastrointestinal health and help in managing high cholesterol problems. The risk of colon cancer is reduced considerably. Many health enthusiasts use them for weight management. The rise in disposable incomes in the developed and emerging markets and the growing consumer awareness regarding functional foods has exhibited strong growth for the insoluble dietary fibers market. The market exhibits high potential and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 9.5% through 2020.

This report segments the global insoluble dietary fibers market by type, by source, by function, by industry and by geography. The insoluble dietary fibers are used as nutritional supplements, ant-caking agents, water-binding agents and bulking agents in the healthcare, animal feed and food and beverages industry.

Commonly used insoluble dietary fibers.
Resistant starch

Cellulose is the major segment in the insoluble dietary fibers market and accounts for about 30% of the market share.

Insoluble Dietary fibers are commonly used for bakery and confectioneries, beverages, seafood, meat, poultry products, snacks, savory, dairy, frozen products, animal and pet food and others. Insoluble dietary fibers are majorly used in bakery items as they extend the shelf life and make the bread soft and firm owing to their water-binding properties.

The report contains the most detailed and in-depth segmentation and analysis of the global Insoluble Dietary Fibers market for the period 2014 – 2020.

Prominent players in the market:
Archer Daniels Midland Company (U.S.)
J. Rettenmaier & Sohne GmbH & Co. KG (Germany)
Ingredion Inc (U.S.)

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