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31 Dec 2014  |  Global
Rapid Market Insight Series
23 Dec 2014  |  Global
Chocolate Confectionery to Drive Market Growth
Manufacturers use of healthier ingredients and easier access to emerging economies will have an effect on growth of the confectionery market in the United States. This research service analyzes key industry challenges and success factors, market drivers and restraints, and market size and forecast. It divides the market into three segments: chocol...
15 Dec 2014  |  Global
Benefits Of Prebiotics And Probiotics In A Single Product
While synbiotics is more prevalent in the animal feed sectors, the developments of prebiotics and probiotics have the potential to be translated into the synbiotics manufacture for applications such as food, cosmetics and wellness management. This research service analyses the technology capability, drivers, challenges and trends that will impact ...
24 Nov 2014  |  Asia Pacific
High Incidence of Lifestyle Diseases Boosts Demand for Specialty Proteins and Amino Acids
The study analyzes the Asia-Pacific market for amino acids and specialty protein ingredients. Changing food habits, lack of physical activity, and the increasing number of people involved in sedentary jobs have increased the incidence of lifestyle related complications such as obesity. Obesity rates have become high among all age groups. However, c...
21 Nov 2014  |  North America
Rapid Market Insight Series
During the last 5 years, the growing population in China, its rising economy, low diary production, and food security issues created a key marketplace for US dairy products. The US market also took advantage of the EUs milk production quota and New Zealand´s low production output. Yet market dynamics are changing. This study provides key insights ...
17 Nov 2014  |  Global
Analysis of recent developments in FMCH products
Technologies Fuelling Fast Moving Consumer Health (FMCH) Opportunities, focuses on the emerging trends and opportunities in the consumer health (food) industry worldwide. Frost & Sullivan has identified consumer behavior in the FMCG sector as being “fat to fit.” Coupled with the fact that consumers are more demanding than ever, this research wi...
29 Oct 2014  |  Global
Asia-Pacific Region, With Huge Untapped Market Potential, Drives Growth
This research service provides an insight into the global medical foods market, with specific focus on the APAC region. Drivers, restraints, industry challenges, competitive landscape, and market trends are discussed. Estimates and forecasts for the global market are provided. The APAC market is also discussed in detail with estimates and market fo...
28 Oct 2014  |  North America
Further Research into Overcoming Market Challenges will Spur Growth
The global animal feed ingredients market is expected to experience considerable growth over the forecast period. Growth is expected to be driven by a combination of increased awareness of the nutritional benefits associated with these ingredients and further research into overcoming market challenges. The animal feed industry continues to face the...
25 Sep 2014  |  North America
The Transition of Sports Nutrition to the General Consumer will Sustain Continued Market Growth
This study on the US market for sports nutrition covers product and end-application analysis based on the different sports nutrition ingredients. Sports nutrition is transitioning toward a product for mainstream customers and will continue to do so as the demand for enhanced nutrition and performance grows. Geographically, the study covers the mark...
27 Aug 2014  |  Europe
Consistent Demand from Nutritional and Functional Applications Drives Market Growth
This study describes the Western European amino acids and specialty protein market, focusing particularly on human applications. The key driver for this market is their regulatory policies as Western European regulatory policies are more detailed in labelling, enabling consumers to understand the beneficial effects of consuming specialty protein in...