Global Food Color Ingredients Growth Opportunity

Global Food Color Ingredients Growth Opportunity

Consumer Aversion Towards Synthetic Colors Will Propel New Product Development in Natural Food Colors

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10-Dec-2021
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Research Code: PC47-01-00-00-00
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This research service analyzes the global food color ingredients market, covering North America, Europe, the Asia-Pacific (APAC), Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa (LAMEA). The study details global and regional trends and focuses on the natural and synthetic coloring ingredients used across food & beverage segments, such as bakery, dairy, confectionery, meat products, beverages, plant-based meat, and other food products. The study also provides an analysis of different natural color types, including anthocyanins, carotenoids, betanin, carmine, curcumin, paprika, caramel, and other natural colors, such as spirulina extract and chlorophyll/chlorophyllins. Rising awareness regarding the side effects of artificial colors has led to a shift in consumer preferences towards natural, clean-label ingredients. This is expected to fuel demand for natural food colors across a range of end-use industries. In addition to consumer demand, stringent regulatory and labeling requirements are driving formulators to shift from synthetic to natural color alternatives. Natural color is estimated to be the largest market in terms of revenue in 2020. The growth in demand for natural colors is expected to come from developing markets where there is still significant penetration of synthetics. The food color ingredients market is moderately consolidated, with global players holding majority shares. Companies are focusing on organic and inorganic growth strategies, with the expansion of product portfolios across geographies being a key growth strategy. Expanding the natural colors portfolio to offer a range of natural hues remains an area focus. Offering clean-label color alternatives is expected to be a significant differentiator in the industry.

Author: Smriti Sharma

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Food Color Ingredients Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis—Food Color Ingredients

Growth Elements—Global Food Color Ingredients

Growth Elements—Global Food Color Ingredients (continued)

Questions This Study Will Answer

Food Color Ingredients—Segmentation

Food Color Ingredients—Definitions

Food Color Ingredients—Definitions (continued)

Food Color Ingredients—Definitions (continued)

Food Color Ingredients—Definitions (continued)

Natural, Clean Label, and Foodstuff Ingredients—Food Color Ingredients

Key Competitors—Food Color Ingredients

Key Growth Metrics—Food Color Ingredients

Growth Drivers—Food Color Ingredients

Growth Restraints—Food Color Ingredients

Regulatory Landscape—Food Color Ingredients: NA

Regulatory Landscape—Food Color Ingredients: Europe

Regulatory Landscape—Food Color Ingredients: APAC and LAMEA

Forecast Assumptions—Food Color Ingredients

Forecast Assumptions—Food Color Ingredients (continued)

Revenue Forecast—Food Color Ingredients

Unit Shipment Forecast—Food Color Ingredients

Revenue Forecast by Product Type—Food Color Ingredients

Unit Shipment Forecast by Product Type—Food Color Ingredients

Forecast Analysis by Type—Food Color Ingredients

Revenue Forecast by Region—Food Color Ingredients

Unit Shipment Forecast by Region—Food Color Ingredients

Forecast Analysis by Region—Food Color Ingredients

Revenue Forecast by Application—Food Color Ingredients

Unit Shipment Forecast by Application—Food Color Ingredients

Forecast Analysis by Application—Food Color Ingredients

Impact of COVID-19—Food Color Ingredients

Pricing Trends and Forecast Analysis—Food Color Ingredients

Competitive Environment—Food Color Ingredients

Competitive Landscape—Food Color Ingredients

Competitive Landscape—Product Mapping: Food Color Ingredients

Key Growth Metrics—Natural Colors

Natural Colors—Overview

Natural Colors—Overview (continued)

Natural Colors—Overview (continued)

Natural Colors—Overview (continued)

Natural Colors—Overview (continued)

Revenue Forecast—Natural Colors

Unit Shipment Forecast—Natural Colors

Revenue Forecast by Type—Natural Colors

Unit Shipment Forecast by Type—Natural Colors

Forecast Analysis by Type—Natural Colors

Forecast Analysis by Type—Natural Colors (continued)

Forecast Analysis by Type—Natural Colors (continued)

Forecast Analysis by Type—Natural Colors (continued)

Forecast Analysis by Type—Natural Colors (continued)

Revenue Forecast by Region—Natural Colors

Unit Shipment Forecast by Region—Natural Colors

Forecast Analysis by Region—Natural Colors

Forecast Analysis by Region—Natural Colors (continued)

Revenue Forecast by Application—Natural Colors

Unit Shipment Forecast by Application—Natural Colors

Forecast Analysis by Application—Natural Colors

Forecast Analysis by Application—Natural Colors (continued)

Forecast Analysis by Application—Natural Colors (continued)

Forecast Analysis by Application—Natural Colors (continued)

Product Launches, 2019 to 2021—Natural Colors

Product Launches, 2019 to 2021—Natural Colors (continued)

Market Activities (Expansions and M&A 2018–2021)—Natural Colors

Innovative Start-ups—Natural Colors

Key Growth Metrics—Synthetic Colors

Synthetic Colors—Overview

Revenue Forecast—Synthetic Colors

Unit Shipment Forecast—Synthetic Colors

Revenue Forecast by Region—Synthetic Colors

Unit Shipment Forecast by Region—Synthetic Colors

Forecast Analysis by Region—Synthetic Colors

Forecast Analysis by Region—Synthetic Colors (continued)

Revenue Forecast by Application—Synthetic Colors

Unit Shipment Forecast by Application—Synthetic Colors

Forecast Analysis by Application—Synthetic Colors

Growth Opportunity 1: Focus on Technological Innovation to Cater to Demand for Clean Label, More Stable, and Vibrant Natural Colors

Growth Opportunity 1: Focus on Technological Innovation to Cater to Demand for Clean Label, More Stable, and Vibrant Natural Colors (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Organic and Inorganic Growth Strategies to Enable a Further Shift to Natural Colors

Growth Opportunity 2: Organic and Inorganic Growth Strategies to Enable a Further Shift to Natural Colors (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: New Product Development to Meet Changing Consumer Requirements across Different Application Areas will Fuel Growth

Growth Opportunity 3: New Product Development to Meet Changing Consumer Requirements across Different Application Areas will Fuel Growth (continued)

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This research service analyzes the global food color ingredients market, covering North America, Europe, the Asia-Pacific (APAC), Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa (LAMEA). The study details global and regional trends and focuses on the natural and synthetic coloring ingredients used across food & beverage segments, such as bakery, dairy, confectionery, meat products, beverages, plant-based meat, and other food products. The study also provides an analysis of different natural color types, including anthocyanins, carotenoids, betanin, carmine, curcumin, paprika, caramel, and other natural colors, such as spirulina extract and chlorophyll/chlorophyllins. Rising awareness regarding the side effects of artificial colors has led to a shift in consumer preferences towards natural, clean-label ingredients. This is expected to fuel demand for natural food colors across a range of end-use industries. In addition to consumer demand, stringent regulatory and labeling requirements are driving formulators to shift from synthetic to natural color alternatives. Natural color is estimated to be the largest market in terms of revenue in 2020. The growth in demand for natural colors is expected to come from developing markets where there is still significant penetration of synthetics. The food color ingredients market is moderately consolidated, with global players holding majority shares. Companies are focusing on organic and inorganic growth strategies, with the expansion of product portfolios across geographies being a key growth strategy. Expanding the natural colors portfolio to offer a range of natural hues remains an area focus. Offering clean-label color alternatives is expected to be a significant differentiator in the industry. Author: Smriti Sharma
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