Pune, India, March 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) –
The global prebiotics market size is expected to experience a significant growth rate during the forecast period due to the increasing trend towards vegetable fiber. Prebiotics have become popular as dietary supplements for strengthening immune function and healthy digestion.
Both Millennial and Gen Z demographics have shown an effect for prebiotics to increase immune cells made up of T lymphocytes, IgA-producing cells, and to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Food fiber in particular has helped negate the risk of communicable diseases and regulate the modulation of the immune system. In terms of sales, the global prebiotics market will grow significantly through 2026.
The regional landscape shows North America, Europe and APAC to redefine the industry outlook. Trends that are likely to remain significant are described below:
North America is witnessing the traction for GOS prebiotics
End users in the US and Canada are likely to have traction for galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS), which defines the trend as an invaluable part of the prebiotic group. The GOS ingredient is in great demand for treating rectal infections, colon, and preventing allergies in infants.
The North American market share from the Galacto-Oligosaccharide (GOS) segment will grow with a healthy CAGR of more than 9% through 2026. A significant shift in nutritional behavior among the millennial population in the region alludes to the consumption of dairy products, root vegetables and beans.
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Stakeholders for further investments in dairy products in America
Given the increasing demand for fermented dairy products such as yogurt in the US and Canada, the use of prebiotics and probiotics in the region will continue to grow. The industry share from the dairy product segment in North America is likely to grow significantly over the next few years.
Given the yogurt market presence in the region, dairy companies are introducing various types of flavored yogurt into the industry. Accordingly, the consumption of prebiotics in the dairy market has greatly increased in recent years. For example, the US yogurt sales revenue was set at around $ 9 billion in 2019. The dairy industry is expected to see a large number of investments in the region, fueling the global market trend for prebiotics.
The demand for FOS prebiotics is increasing in Europe
FOS prebiotics are expected to gain importance in various foods to improve the nutritional profile. It is worth noting that FOS plays an invaluable role in the prevention of gastrointestinal diseases and has become very popular as an alternative sweetener due to its sweet taste.
The European market size from the FOS ingredients segment was estimated at over $ 250 million in 2019 and will grow significantly over the next few years. The demand for prebiotics to prevent diarrhea and constipation will continue to grow.
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Food and beverage use as the main recipient of prebiotics in Europe
Growing consumer preference for healthy eating habits has led food and beverage industry players to choose prebiotic foods. Not to mention, these foods promote healthy colon microorganisms and strengthen bone strength. The industry share from the Food & Beverage segment in Europe will grow with a strong CAGR of 9% until 2026.
Stakeholders are likely to increase their investments in the UK if they follow the dietary supplement trend in the region. An increase in the consumption of prebiotic formulas has helped prevent harmful bacteria from growing and boost the immune system. The UK market value for prebiotics is expected to grow significantly through 2026.
End users inject agents into the mannan oligosaccharide (MOS) ingredient in APAC
With the rise of poultry farming in India, Vietnam and China, stakeholders have increased their presence in mannan oligosaccharide ingredients. It should be noted that beta-glucans and complex carbohydrate molecules play a crucial role in activating the immune system in animals. The APAC market share from the Mannan Oligosaccharide (MOS) segment will grow with a double-digit CAGR of more than 11.5% through 2026.
The emerging economies in the region will continue to attract prebiotics, which have set the trend in the use of food and beverages, including baked goods, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, confectionery, dairy products, and snacks.
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Traction for prebiotics to increase nutritional supplements in APAC
Bullish demand for nutritional supplements among millennial populations in India and China has sparked the growth of prebiotics in the region. The trend towards going vegan has clearly shown the value of the industry. The market share of prebiotics from the nutritional supplements segment in APAC is expected to reach a double-digit CAGR of more than 10% by 2026.
The current trend alludes to investments in R&D activities and product innovations in the region. Prebiotics will continue to trend toward improving metabolic health and preventing diseases associated with inflammatory disease, digestive health, and functional bowel disease.
With end users addicted to organic foods and nutritional supplements, the global prebiotics market is likely to see large investments.
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