A latest report by Fact.MR delivers credible insights on the future projections on the global high fiber snack foods market. Key insights pertaining to different application areas of high fiber snacks foods market have been included in this report. The report also includes a detailed competitive landscape that highlights the business and product strategies of some of the leading players operating in the market. Several prominent companies operating in the global high fiber snack foods market include Cargill, Inc., Kellogg Corporation, Cereal Ingredients, Inc., and Grain Millers Inc.
More than 50% of consumer across the globe seek more fiber, on the recommendation of their doctors. As awareness on the role of diet in maintaining a healthy lifestyle increases, consumers are spending more on high fiber snack foods. The consumption has also witnessed a spike on account of availability of a wide range of products in the market. Sensing the opportunities in the market, several companies have launched a range of high fiber snack foods.
Soluble fiber found in oats, beans, flaxseed and oat bran help reduce blood cholesterol levels by minimizing low-density lipoprotein or bad cholesterol levels. Studies have further shown that high-fiber foods benefit from reducing blood pressure and inflammation. This is the key reason number of dietitians are suggesting high fiber snack foods intake to individuals. In addition high-fiber foods tend to be more filling than low-fiber foods, thereby people eat less and stay satisfied for long time. High-fiber diet can also minimizes risk of hypertension, stroke and heart disease. Owing to these benefits consumption of high fiber snack foods is expected to increase in foreseeable future. Additionally, fiber and protein market has moved rapidly beyond body building into the mainstream. High intake of dietary fibers appear to be at significantly lower risk of developing coronary heart disease. There is a trend being led by major snack companies to minimize sodium in their products. High content of fiber in snacks are becoming more dominant in the global high fiber snack foods market.
Plametarians, a company involved in manufacturing snacks from discarded products, is providing second life to wasted food and approaching child obesity and nutrition simultaneously. The company utilizes an extrusion and steam explosion method to change waste food, which are mainly the byproducts of food industry, into high fiber and high protein snacks that can help address the growing trend of child obesity. The leftover matter after pressing oil crops like canola and sunflower termed as the low-cost oilcake, treating it under a procedure to break down insoluble fiber within it, the company believes food recycling provides access to affordable healthy meals for rising populations.
President of Snack Food Association, James McCarthy stated companies are rising focus on bean ingredients and other fibers in snacks that provide over all nutrient profile in snacks, thereby increasing consumer base with such innovations. He further stated that the sector has been extremely successful however had maintained strong, steady sales. With commodity prices being high, there are number of challenges for companies to innovate and maintain products in marketplace, which allow for a profit.
According to statistics developed by WHO, more than 1.9 billion adults were overweight in the year 2016 and out of these 650 million were obese. High fiber snack foods help reduce fat. Thereby, fitness enthusiasts are adopting high fiber snack foods in their diet. Further, increasing awareness related to health benefits among obese people is likely to bring huge revenues to global high fiber snack foods market. However, some little-known side effects caused due to too much high fiber intake will be the major factor limiting adoption of high fiber snack foods. Excessive intake of high fiber snack foods is likely to showcase symptoms that include digestive and stomach issues such as cramps, bloating and gas. Constipation might also occur due to excessive intake of high fiber snack foods.
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