As per the report published by Fior Markets, the global food emulsifiers market is expected to grow from USD 3,210.6 Million in 2017 to USD 5,239.4 Million by 2025 at a CAGR of 6.3% during the forecast period from 2018-2025.TheNorth America region is dominating region due to the increased demand for convenience foods and dairy & frozen desserts among the consumers. The increased consumption of processed food in this region and the presence of the majority of the top food emulsifier companies in this region is influencing the market growth.

Food Emulsifiers Market by Type (Mono & Di-Glycerides &Their Derivatives, Lecithin, Sorbitan Esters, Polyglycerol Esters, Others), Source, Function, Application, Region Global Industry Analysis, Market Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2018 to 2025.


Prominent companies in the industry include are Archer Daniels Midland Company, DowDuPont, Cargill, Kerry Group Plc., Ingredion Incorporated, Tate & Lyle, Corbion N.V., Lonza Group Ltd., Palsgaard A/S, Riken Vitamin Co. Ltd., and Beldem S.A. Leaders are providing better opportunities and continuously focused on new product developments and venture capital investments to capture market share.For instance, Voxon Photonics developedVoxon VX1, the world’s most advanced three-dimensional (3D) Food Emulsifiers which intend to bring digital content to life and helps empower people to visualise, communicate, learn and have fun in a collaborative manner with no barrier to the 3D experience, and no glasses required.

Type segment is divided into segments such as a mono& di-glycerides and their derivatives, lecithin, sorbitan esters, polyglycerol esters, stearoyllactylatesand others. The mono& di-glycerides segment is dominating the market and valued around USD 934.28 Million. These products are glycerin-based fatty acid esters that aids in improving the surface activity required for proper stabilization and homogenization of processed victuals. Mono-, di-glycerides & derivatives are widely consumed for manufacturing dairy and bakery items, including cakes, ice creams, margarine, and bread. The source segment includes plant source and animal source. The plant source segment is dominating the market with the highest share 62.40% in 2017. Plant-based food emulsifiers are highly preferable as they are less harmful and more stable in food formulation. The function segment is classified into emulsification, starch complexing, protein interaction, aeration and stabilization, crystal modification, oil structuring and lubrication and processing aids. The emulsification segment is dominating the market and valued around USD 927.86 Million in 2017. Emulsification is defined as a process of dispersing one liquid (containing the bioactive compounds) in a second immiscible liquid, by applying electrostatic, or hydrophobic, or hydrogen bonding interactions between the bioactive compounds and an encapsulating material. The application segment includes bakery products, dairy & frozen desserts, confectionery products, convenience foods, meat products and other. The dairy & frozen desserts segment is dominating the market with the highest share 32.10% in 2017 due to the increased consumption of food products in this application, especially in the developed regions of North America and Europe.


Increasing population with rising level of urbanization is a major factor driving the market. In addition, presence of a broad consumer base coupled with the high growth of the food & beverage sector is another critical driving factor that is likely to boost product consumption. However, limited extraction and additional costs associated with emulsifiers extracted from natural resources may obstruct the growth of market. Nevertheless, product innovations leading to better stabilization properties and lower costs may boost the market in forthcoming years

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