Fiber foods

The market value of whole grain and high fiber foods is expected

Whole Grains and High Fiber Foods Market

The sales of whole and high fiber grains are estimated to reach US$50,872.6 million in 2022. According to Future Market Insights (IMF), the global market value is expected to reach US$105,379.4 million by 2032, increasing at a CAGR of 7.6% for 2022-32.

Over the past two years, consumer preferences and eating habits have changed. Dietary change is influenced by a range of factors such as greater internet penetration, increased awareness of consuming healthy food products, increased concerns about obesity rates, changing factors technology, food production, etc. steps regarding the type of food they eat regularly.

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Growing consumer awareness of the close association between food and health has proven to be one of the most important social developments of recent years. Various factors such as busy lifestyles adopted by consumers, increasing obese population and consumption of unhealthy foods have pushed consumers to adopt healthy diets.

Consumers take into account the type of food they consume on a daily basis. As a result, products such as whole grain and high fiber foods have gained traction over the past two years among their target customers. Whole grain and high fiber foods are products that have been processed into finished products from whole grains or high fiber sources such as seeds and nuts.

These whole-grain, fiber-rich foods contain at least 51% whole grains or 10-15% dietary fiber. These include products such as bakery, breakfast cereals, pasta and savory snacks. Whole grain and high fiber foods can also come from several whole grain sources. Only finished, packaged products have been considered in the whole grain and high fiber foods market, and volume is based on the weight of the entire finished product.

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The importance of whole-grain and fiber-rich foods in the bakery segment continues, due to the increase in the number of diet-conscious consumers. Whole grain and high fiber foods have a wide range of applications in the production of various baked goods such as breads, cakes and pastries, bakery ingredients and mixes, and other frozen baked goods.

Segments Covered in the Whole Grain and High Fiber Foods Bakery Products Market Analysis:

Breads
Cakes & Pastries
Baking ingredients and mixes
frozen products

Breakfast cereals:

flakes
Muesli & Granola

Chips and crackers:

Cereal bar:

Pasta & Noodles:

Flavor:

Fruit
Nuts
Honey
Chocolate
Vanilla
Others

Source:

Corn
Wheat
Brown rice
oats
Rye
Barley
quinoa
Multi-grain
Others

Packaging format:

Bags and canapes
Folding boxes
Trays & Containers
Cans

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Nature:

organic
Conventional

Distribution channel:

Direct
Indirect
Hypermarket/Supermarket
Discount stores
Grocery
Specialty stores
Online retailers
Others

Region:

North America
Latin America
Europe
Japan
APEJ
AEM

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