The global Short-chain fructooligosaccharides market size is slated to record phenomenal processed over the coming years driven by the superior benefits of the ingredient for different purposes including infant formulation, alleviating IBD, and eradicating obesity across various regions.
European Short-chain fructooligosaccharides market size is being driven by the rising cases of inflammatory diseases and metabolic disorders. Reliable studies quote that approximately 2.5 to 3 million people in Europe are affected by IBD, with a direct healthcare cost of 4.6 to 5.6 billion Euros yearly. In fact, in recent research, it was reported that inulin has been used as a prebiotic to ease glucose and metabolism disorders in humans and mice by modulating the gut microbe.
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Short-chain fructooligosaccharides market is anticipated to surge to $1.1 billion by 2027, according to research report by Global Market Insights Inc.
The short-chain fructooligosaccharides market to witness rapid growth due to rising prevalence of these disorders has increased the consumption of fiber rich functional foods. The product serves as a fascinating substitute for sweetener boasting calorie-free properties, that may be made with sucrose.
These ingredients improve magnesium absorption in humans and in animals it has been depicted to reduce colon tumor development by attenuating both local immune system effectors and colon butyrate concentrations. Impelled by impeccable ingredient benefits, different food compound producers are striving to gain green signal for production and marketing of scFOS.
Over the recent years, the demand for dietary fibers has significantly increased worldwide mainly owing to the rising demand for fiber enrichment and sugar reduction in food and beverages industry. Many of these ingredients are often recognized as prebiotics that offer an expansive range of immune and gut health benefits. Amongst the most researched non-digestible prebiotic dietary fibers made for human consumption are short-chain fructo-oligosaccharides (scFOS).
The product is extensively used in infant formulation owing to its superior qualities like infection prevention, brain development, gut health improvement, memory enhancement, prebiotic benefits, and more. It also increases bacterial development in the human gut which supports in enhancing the metabolic activity in the human body.
As per ClinicalTrial.gov, the daily intake of inulin in Europe varies between 3.2 and 11.3 grams. However, the region is witnessing an inulin shortage. As a matter of fact, different companies are going nine yards for using inulin alternatives to alleviate the fiber shortages.
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The Asia Pacific continent is home to the largest number of obese and overweight people- nearly 1 billion or two in every five adults. This can be backed by the changes in dietary choices, rise in sedentary lifestyle, and lack of physical activity, resulting into increase cases of diabetes and high blood pressure.
To illustrate, in October 2020, Galam announced positioning beet-derived short-chain fructooligosacharides, GOFOS, as a viable substitute to inulin for fiber fortification. The ingredient is anticipated to promote the activity and growth of beneficial gut microbiota and aids in healthy gut maintenance.
Liquid FOS are generally used as added fibers to infant food formulations for offering complete diseases protection.
Prominent players operating in the Short-chain fructooligosaccharides market are Beneo-Orafti, Cosucra Groupe Warcoing SA, Sensus B.V., Jarrow Formulas, Inc., Ingredion, Galam, and Tereos.
For example, Galam announced receiving approval from the Chinese ministry of agriculture to import and commercialize its short-chain FOS to the animal feed and pet food industries in China. Such a move is indicative of the progressive growth of Short-chain fructooligosaccharides market.
It is imperative to note that the vast majority of countries with highest birth rates and fertility rates are in Africa. On average, nations of Sub-Saharan Africa boast the highest average fertility rate in the world with Nigeria topping the list at 6.8 children per woman. This dramatic surge in birth rate has produced an intrinsic demand for nutritional ingredients laden baby food, pushing the adoption of Short-chain fructooligosaccharides market.
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