Plant-based clean label emulsifiers expected to enjoy leading position in market, states Fact.MR
According to Fact.MR, a market research and competitive intelligence provider, the global clean label emulsifiers market is estimated at US$ 807.3 million in 2022 and is expected to expand at a CAGR of 7.3% during the forecast years of 2022-2032. This rapid market expansion is due to remarkable product type, use case, and health safety provided by natural emulsifiers.
The need for clean label ingredients is being driven by rising consumer awareness and health consciousness regarding the negative impacts of artificial additives. Clean label emulsifiers are crucial ingredients in the food, dairy, and baking industry. Apart from this, they are now widely used in the cosmetics industry, owing to increasing beauty concerns and rising awareness regarding the use of harsh chemicals and their side effects. Hence, growth of the clean label emulsifiers industry is directly proportional to the demand growth of natural products.
However, manufacturers are still struggling with the challenge of eliminating all chemical emulsifiers and launching natural emulsifiers, which decreases output, while clean label emulsifier demand rises. Additionally, a high intake of natural emulsifiers can have certain undesirable side effects such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, which could restrain the growth of the clean label emulsifiers market.
Manufacturers are also working on developing new products that will meet the requirements for clean labels, but these innovations come with some drawbacks. For example, clean label emulsifiers based on whey protein and pectin complex have the drawback of requiring a high concentration of polysaccharides to maintain a constant emulsion, which causes non-absorbed polysaccharides to stimulate osmotic pressure and rise interaction between emulsion droplets, which may harm the stability of creaming.
Despite challenging economic conditions, the market for clean label emulsifiers continues to demonstrate a rollup. Eminent producers are using organic and non-GMO manufacturing techniques to secure a strong foothold in the market, including the usage of emulsifiers derived from plants and animals.
In addition, market participants are making an attempt to grow their customer base by concentrating on a variety of end users and locations. Furthermore, market players are putting more emphasis on growing their product lines by investing in R&D to provide cutting-edge and organic products.
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