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Dietary Fiber Market by Product Type (Conventional/ Novel & Soluble/ Insoluble) and Application (Food & Pharmaceutical) - Global Trends & Forecasts up to 2019

NEW YORK, Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Dietary Fiber Market by Product Type (Conventional/ Novel & Soluble/ Insoluble) and Application (Food & Pharmaceutical) – Global Trends & Forecasts up to 2019

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The positive attributes of dietary fiber propels their use as specialty ingredients in end-use industries such as food and pharmaceuticals. The dietary fiber market is classified on the basis of type, such as conventional, novel, soluble, and insoluble. This report estimates the market size of the dietary fiber market in terms of both value and volume. Functional foods, bakery & confectionery, dairy, beverage, meat products, and pharmaceuticals are the end-user applications for dietary fiber. With the increasing penchant for health benefits, the market is likely to witness a robust growth in the years ahead.

Dietary fiber is an important segment of the specialty food ingredients segment and is fast gaining acceptance due to its documented health benefits. In terms of end-use, functional foods remain the leading market for dietary fibers. The pharmaceutical market is set to exhibit the strongest volume increases, followed by meat products. Bakery & confectionery, dairy and beverage sectors also exhibit strong potential. On the other hand, increasing regulations and strict labeling requirements may act as key restraints hindering the growth of the market.

Major players like Cargill Inc. (U.S.), E.I. DuPont de Nemours (U.S.), Lonza Group (Switzerland), Roquette Freres (France) are scaling their business by bringing in new products and pursuing mergers and acquisitions in developing markets. Top eight players in the dietary fiber industry held a market share of around 65.0% depicting the participation of other small players in the industry.

The global dietary fiber market in terms of volume is projected to grow at a CAGR of 10.4% from 2014 to 2019. Although dominated by conventional fibers, the novel fibers segment is projected to drive the growth 2014 to 2019. The penetration of conventional fibers is high in the developing countries and these are expected to witness a sluggish growth in the years ahead due to the rapid growth and acceptance of novel fibers. The R&D activities, technology developments and unearthing new sources of fibers for the market creates opportunities for the novel fiber segment.

The global dietary fiber market is largely driven by the volume growth in its end-use industries. The penchant for consumption of products such as functional food, beverage, dairy, meat products, and pharmaceuticals is resulting in the growth of this industry. And hence, developed F&B markets such the U.S. and other EU-27 countries are at the forefront of market demands. These markets, however, show modest growth trends. The changing dynamics of consumption pattern in the Asian developing economies is poised to drive future growth of the dietary fiber sector. Trend of increasing aging population, improving customer preferences towards functional foods, and increasing demand for the dietary supplements sector will boost the demand for dietary fibers.

1.1 SCOPE OF THE REPORT

The global dietary fiber market is analyzed in terms of revenue ($million) and volume (metric tons) by the aforementioned classifications.

By Type
• Conventional
• Novel
• Insoluble
• Soluble

By Application
• Food
• Pharmaceutical

By Geography
Asia-Pacific
Europe
North America
• Rest of the World
1 INTRODUCTION 19

1.1 KEY TAKE-AWAYS 19
1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION 20
1.3 MARKETS COVERED 20
1.4 STAKEHOLDERS 22
1.5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 22
1.5.1 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 25
1.5.2 MARKET CRACKDOWN & DATA TRIANGULATION 27
1.5.3 ASSUMPTIONS MADE FOR THE REPORT 28
1.5.4 KEY DATA POINTS TAKEN FROM SECONDARY SOURCES 29
1.5.5 KEY DATA POINTS TAKEN FROM PRIMARY SOURCES 29

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 30

3 MARKET OVERVIEW 33

3.1 INTRODUCTION 34
3.2 EVOLUTION OF DIETARY FIBERS 36
3.2.1 KEY TYPES 40
3.2.1.1 Concept and Introduction of Novel Fibers 40
3.2.1.2 Concept and Introduction of Conventional Fibers 44
3.2.1.3 Concept and Introduction of Soluble Dietary Fibers 44
3.2.1.4 Concept and Introduction of Insoluble Dietary Fibers 44
3.2.1.5 Concept & Introduction of Dietary Fibers in the Food Industry 45
3.2.1.6 Concept and Introduction of Dietary Fibers in the Pharmaceutical Industry 45
3.2.1.7 Concept and Introduction of Dietary Fibers Based on Source 45
3.3 FUNCTIONS & ADVANTAGES OF DIETARY FIBERS 46
3.3.1 KEY FUNCTIONS 46
3.3.1.1 Gastrointestinal Health Benefits 46
3.3.1.2 Prevention of Cancer 47
3.3.1.3 Reduces Risk of Diabetes 47
3.3.1.4 Lowers Cholesterol Levels 48
3.3.1.5 Weight Management 48

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 50

4.1 GLOBAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET 50
4.1.1 KEY FEATURES 52
4.1.1.1 North America and Europe Rising Swiftly 52
4.1.1.2 U.S. Continues to Drive Global Dietary Fiber Demands 53
4.1.1.3 Increased Preferences and Change in Consumer Trends Boosts the Global Dietary Fiber Market 54
4.1.1.4 Asia-Pacific Market Showing Great Potential 55
4.1.1.5 Increasing Demand From Food Industries Spurs the Growing Dietary Fiber Market 56
4.1.1.6 Proactive Approach Towards Health-Related Issues Fueling Growth In North America 57
4.1.1.7 Changing Lifestyles and Trends Create Need for Functional Foods 58
4.1.1.8 Asia-Pacific is Experiencing High Growth 59
4.1.1.9 Functional Foods: Fastest Rising Sector 60
4.1.1.10 Increasing Health Awareness Spurs Growth In North America & Europe 61
4.1.1.11 Brazil and Argentina: Emerging Markets 62

5 INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 63

5.1 INTRODUCTION 63
5.1.1 FOODS 63
5.1.2 PHARMACEUTICAL 63
5.1.3 FEED 64
5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS 64
5.2.1 DRIVERS 64
5.2.1.1 Health Benefits for Aging Population Drive Dietary Fibers Consumption 64
5.2.1.2 Increasing Aging Population Boosts Demand 65
5.2.1.3 Increasing Demand from Supplement Sector Bolsters Volume Demand 67
5.2.1.4 Consumer Preference Towards Dietary Fibers as a Nutrition Supplement 67
5.2.2 RESTRAINTS 69
5.2.2.1 Increased Regulation Could Hinder Participation of Players 69
5.2.2.2 Balancing Health Claims and Product Quality Restrain Growth of Dietary Fiber 70
5.2.2.3 Water Stability and Reactivity of Fibers a key Restraint for Insoluble Fiber Growth 71
5.2.3 OPPORTUNITY 71
5.2.3.1 Exploring Niche Applications Such as Dairy and Beverages 71
5.2.3.2 Targeting Asia-Pacific for Attaining Faster Growth 73
5.2.4 IMPACT ANALYSIS – DRIVERS, RESTRAINTS & OPPORTUNITIES 73
5.3 BURNING ISSUE 75
5.3.1 HEALTH CARE ACTS 75
5.4 MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS 76
5.4.1 GOLBAL MARKET SHARE 76
5.4.2 MARKET SHARE: NORTH AMERICA 77
5.4.3 MARKET SHARE: EUROPE 78
5.4.4 MARKET SHARE: ASIA-PACIFIC 79
5.5 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS 80
5.6 PORTERS FIVE FORCE ANALYSIS 81
5.6.1 DEGREE OF COMPETITION 82
5.6.2 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS 82
5.6.3 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS 82
5.6.4 THREAT FROM SUBSTITUTES 83
5.6.5 THREAT FROM NEW ENTRANTS 83

6 ADDRESSABLE MARKET 84

6.1 INTRODUCTION 84
6.1.1 FUNCTIONAL FOODS 85
6.1.2 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY 85
6.1.3 DAIRY 85
6.1.4 MEAT PRODUCTS 86
6.1.5 BEVERAGES 86
6.1.6 PHARMACEUTICALS 87

7 DIETARY FIBERS MARKET, BY TYPE 88

7.1 INTRODUCTION 89
7.1.1 KEY FEATURES 89
7.1.1.1 Awareness About Health Benefits of Dietary Fibers on the Rise 89
7.1.1.2 Demand for Novel Fibers to Rise 90
7.2 CONVENTIONAL DIETARY FIBERS 91
7.2.1 KEY FEATURES 92
7.2.1.1 Conventional fibers: considerable competition from novel fibers 92
7.2.1.2 Insoluble Fiber Drives Dietary Fiber Market 92
7.2.1.3 Rise in Demand for Dietary Fiber Based Foods Fuels the Growth of Dietary Fibers 94
7.2.1.4 North America Continues its Dominance; High Demand for Dietary Fibers 95
7.3 NOVEL DIETARY FIBERS 97
7.3.1 KEY FEATURES 97
7.3.1.1 Soluble Novel Fibers Gaining Wider Acceptance 97
7.3.1.2 North America Dominates Global Dietary Fiber Consumption: 101
7.3.1.3 Demands in Asia-Pacific Rising Swiftly 102
7.4 INSOLUBLE DIETARY FIBERS 103
7.4.1.1 High Health Benefits Drive the Market for Dietary Fiber Based Foods 106
7.5 SOULBLE DIETARY FIBERS 109
7.5.1 KEY FEATURES 109
7.5.1.1 Soluble Fibers More Preferred in Food and Pharmaceutical Industries 109
7.5.1.2 Novel Fibers Dominating the Market 111
7.5.1.3 Changing Lifestyles & Growing Economies in Asia-Pacific Result in High Demand for Dietary Fiber in the Region 113

8 DIETARY FIBERS MARKET, BY APPLICATION 115

8.1 INTRODUCTION 116
8.1.1 KEY FINDINGS 117
8.1.1.1 Food Segment Dominates the Dietary Fibers Market: 117
8.2 FOOD SECTOR 119
8.2.1 KEY FINDINGS 124
8.2.1.1 Rise in Demand for Functional Foods Fuels the Growth of Dietary Fibers 124
8.2.1.2 Health Awareness Leads to High Demand of Functional Foods 125
8.2.1.3 Advanced Functionalities Novel Fibers Drive its Growth 126
8.2.1.4 Health Benefits Drive the Market for Insoluble Fiber 128
8.2.1.5 North America Continues its Dominance; High Demand for dietary Fibers 130
8.2.2 FUNCTIONAL FOODS 131
8.2.2.1 Functional F&B Capitalizes on Dairy Segment 132
8.2.2.2 Functional F&B Demand Driven by Rise in Baked Products 133
8.3 PHARMACEUTICAL SECTOR 134
8.3.1.1 Demand From Supplement Industry Drives Market Growth 135
8.3.1.2 Novel Fibers: Poised to Grow Swiftly 137
8.3.1.3 Changing Lifestyle & Growing Economies in Asia-Pacific Drive Demand for Dietary Fibers 141

9 GLOBAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET, BY SOURCE 143

9.1 INTRODUCTION 144
9.1.1 VEGETABLE SOURCES 149
9.1.1.1 Okra 149
9.1.1.2 Carrot 149
9.1.1.3 Beet 150
9.1.2 FRUIT SOURCES 151
9.1.2.1 Pear 151
9.1.2.2 Raspberry 152
9.1.2.3 Apple 152
9.1.3 GRAINS & CEREALS 154
9.1.3.1 Wheat 154
9.1.3.2 Rice 155
9.1.3.3 Bran 156
9.1.4 LEGUMES, NUTS, AND SOY 157
9.1.4.1 Beans and peas 157

10 DIETARY FIBER MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 160

10.1 INTRODUCTION 161
10.1.1 KEY FEATURES 162
10.1.1.1 Asia's Rising Pharmaceutical Industry; Key Driver for Dietary Fiber 163
10.1.1.2 Europe: Functional Foods Demand on the Rise 164
10.2 NORTH AMERICA 164
10.2.1 DRIVERS 164
10.2.1.1 Rising Health Awareness Increases Demand for Dietary Fibers 164
10.2.1.2 U.S.: The Largest Share in Terms of Volume 166
10.2.1.3 Novel Fiber Segment Drives North American Dietary Fiber Market 170
10.3 EUROPE 173
10.3.1 DRIVERS 173
10.3.1.1 Regulatory Push Drives Market for Dietary Fiber Consumption 173
10.3.1.2 Growing Concerns for Nutrition Requirements Drive the Market 174
10.3.1.3 Germany Dominant and Fastest Growing in the European Market 175
10.3.1.4 Soluble Fibers: Most Preferred in Europe 180
10.4 ASIA-PACIFIC 182
10.4.1 DRIVERS 182
10.4.1.1 Rising Demand for Pharmaceutical Supplements in India 182
10.4.1.2 Japan and Australia Dominate the APAC Dietary Fiber Market 183
10.4.1.3 China Exhibits the Fastest Growth 184
10.4.1.4 Demand from Convenience Food Sector Makes it the Most Dominant Application 185
10.4.1.5 Asia's Pharmaceutical Sector Drives Soluble Novel Fiber Segment 187
10.5 REST OF THE WORLD 190
10.5.1 DRIVERS 190
10.5.1.1 Argentina showing highest potential 190
10.5.1.2 Food Sector Dominant in the ROW 192
10.5.1.3 Novel Fibers Exhibit the Fastest Growth 194
10.5.1.4 Insoluble Fibers Dominate the ROW Market 197

11 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 198

11.1 INTRODUCTION 199
11.1.1 NEW PRODUCT AND TECHNOLOGY LAUNCHES, APPROVALS – MOST PREFERRED STRATEGIC APPROACH 199
11.1.2 KEY MARKET STRATEGIES 204
11.1.3 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 205
11.1.4 EXPANSIONS 208
11.1.5 AGREEMENTS, COLLABORATIONS & JOINT VENTURES 211

12 COMPANY PROFILES 214 (Overview, Financials, Products & Services, Strategy, and Developments)*

12.1 CARGILL INC. 214
12.2 E. I. DUPONT DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY 220
12.3 GRAIN PROCESSING CORPORATION 224
12.4 INGREDION INCORPORATED 227
12.5 LONZA GROUP LTD 233
12.6 ROQUETTE FRERES 238
12.7 SAS NEXIRA 243
12.8 SUNOPTA INC 247
12.9 TATE & LYLE 252
12.10 TIC GUMS INC 258
*Details on overview, financials, product & services, strategy, and developments might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 DIETARY FIBER MARKET ESTIMATION 27
TABLE 2 EVOLUTION OF DEFINITION & SCOPE OF DIETARY FIBERS 39
TABLE 3 IMPACT OF HIGH FIBER DIET ON CONSUMER HEALTH, BY GENDER 49
TABLE 4 DIETARY FIBERS: FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES IN DAIRY & BEVERAGE PRODUCTS 72
TABLE 5 IMPACT ANALYSIS OF OPPORTUNITY, 2014-2019 74
TABLE 6 GLOBAL ADRESSABLE MARKET VALUE FOR FOOD APPLICATIONS,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 84
TABLE 7 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE, 2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 90
TABLE 8 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY TYPE, 2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 91
TABLE 9 CONVENTIONAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY SUB-TYPE,
2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 92
TABLE 10 CONVENTIONAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY SUB-TYPE,
2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 93
TABLE 11 CONVENTIONAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION, 2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 93
TABLE 12 CONVENTIONAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY APPLICATION, 2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 94
TABLE 13 CONVENTIONAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 95
TABLE 14 CONVENTIONAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 96
TABLE 15 NOVEL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY SUB-TYPE,
2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 98
TABLE 16 NOVEL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY SUB-TYPE,
2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 98
TABLE 17 NOVEL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 99
TABLE 18 NOVEL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 100
TABLE 19 NOVEL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 101
TABLE 20 NOVEL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 102
TABLE 21 INSOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE,
2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 104
TABLE 22 INSOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY TYPE
2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 104
TABLE 23 INSOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 105
TABLE 24 INSOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 106
TABLE 25 INSOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 107
TABLE 26 INSOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 108
TABLE 27 SOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE,
2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 110
TABLE 28 SOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY TYPE,
2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 110
TABLE 29 SOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 111
TABLE 30 SOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 112
TABLE 31 SOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 113
TABLE 32 SOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 114
TABLE 33 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2012–2019 ($-MILLION) 117
TABLE 34 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 118
TABLE 35 DIETARY FIBER APPLICATION IN THE FOOD IDUSTRY 119
TABLE 36 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE IN FOOD APPLICATIONS, BY SECTOR, 2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 124
TABLE 37 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME IN FOOD APPLICATIONS, BY SECTOR, 2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 125
TABLE 38 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME IN FOOD APPLICATIONS, BY TYPE, 2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 126
TABLE 39 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME IN FOOD APPLICATIONS, BY TYPE, 2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 127
TABLE 40 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE IN FOOD APPLICATIONS, BY SUB-TYPE, 2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 128
TABLE 41 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME IN FOOD APPLICATIONS, BY SUB-TYPE, 2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 129
TABLE 42 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE IN FOOD APPLICATIONS,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 130
TABLE 43 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME IN FOOD APPLICATIONS,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 131
TABLE 44 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE IN FUNCTIONAL FOOD APPLICATIONS, BY SUB-SECTOR, 2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 132
TABLE 45 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME IN FUNCTIONAL FOOD APPLICATIONS, BY SUB-SECTOR, 2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 133
TABLE 46 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE IN PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS, BY SECTOR, 2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 135
TABLE 47 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME IN PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS, BY SECTOR, 2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 136
TABLE 48 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE IN PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS, BY TYPE, 2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 137
TABLE 49 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME IN PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS, BY TYPE, 2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 138
TABLE 50 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE IN PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS, BY SUB-TYPE, 2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 139
TABLE 51 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME IN PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS, BY SUB-TYPE, 2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 140
TABLE 52 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE IN PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012-2019 ($-MILLION) 141
TABLE 53 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME IN PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 142
TABLE 54 SOURCES OF DIETARY FIBERS 145
TABLE 55 DIETARY FIBERS SOURCES:BY CATEGORY, FIBER CONTENT, AND HEALTH FOOD RATING 146
TABLE 56 MAJOR SOURCES OF DIETARY FIBERS 148
TABLE 57 LIST OF VEGETABLE SOURCES OF DIETARY FIBER 150
TABLE 58 LIST OF FRUIT SOURCES OF DIETARY FIBER 153
TABLE 59 DIETARY FIBER CONTENT IN RICE, BY TYPE 155
TABLE 60 LIST OF GRAINS AND CEREALS AS SOURCES OF DIETARY FIBER 156
TABLE 61 LIST OF LEGUMES AND NUTS AS SOURCES OF DIETARY FIBERS 158
TABLE 62 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012–2019 ($MILLION) 162
TABLE 63 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 163
TABLE 64 NORTH AMERICA: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY COUNTRY,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 165
TABLE 65 NORTH AMERICA: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME BY COUNTRY, 2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 166
TABLE 66 NORTH AMERICA: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION, 2012–2019 ($MILLION) 167
TABLE 67 NORTH AMERICA: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY APPLICATION, 2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 168
TABLE 68 NORTH AMERICA: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 169
TABLE 69 NORTH AMERICA: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY TYPE,
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 170
TABLE 70 NORTH AMERICA: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY SUB-TYPE,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 171
TABLE 71 NORTH AMERICA: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY SUB-TYPE, 2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 172
TABLE 72 EUROPE: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY COUNTRY,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 174
TABLE 73 EUROPE: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY COUNTRY,
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 175
TABLE 74 EUROPE: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATIONS,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 176
TABLE 75 EUROPE: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY APPLICATION,
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 177
TABLE 76 EUROPE: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 178
TABLE 77 EUROPE: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY TYPE
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 179
TABLE 78 EUROPE: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY SUB-TYPE,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 180
TABLE 79 EUROPE: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY SUB-TYPE,
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 181
TABLE 80 ASIA-PACIFIC: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY COUNTRY,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 183
TABLE 81 ASIA-PACIFIC: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY COUNTRY,
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 184
TABLE 82 ASIA-PACIFIC: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION, 2012–2019 ($MILLION) 185
TABLE 83 ASIA-PACIFIC: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY APPLICATION, 2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 186
TABLE 84 ASIA-PACIFIC: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 186
TABLE 85 ASIA-PACIFIC: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY TYPE,
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 187
TABLE 86 ASIA-PACIFIC: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY SUB-TYPE,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 188
TABLE 87 ASIA-PACIFIC: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY SUB-TYPE,
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 189
TABLE 88 ROW: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY COUNTRY,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 190
TABLE 89 ROW: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY COUNTRY,
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 191
TABLE 90 ROW: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 192
TABLE 91 ROW: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY APPLICATION,
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 193
TABLE 92 ROW: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 194
TABLE 93 ROW: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY TYPE,
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 195
TABLE 94 ROW: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY SUB-TYPE,
2012–2019 ($MILLION) 196
TABLE 95 ROW: DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY SUB-TYPE,
2012–2019 (METRIC TONS) 196
TABLE 96 NEW PRODUCT AND TECHNOLOGY LAUNCHES & APPROVALS,
2010–2013 200
TABLE 97 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS, 2010–2013 206
TABLE 98 EXPANSIONS, 2010–2013 209
TABLE 99 AGREEMENTS, COLLABORATIONS & JOINT VENTURES, 2010-2013 212
TABLE 100 CARGILL: PRODUCTS & THEIR DESCRIPTIONS 216
TABLE 101 DUPONT: PRODUCTS & THEIR DESCRIPTION 221
TABLE 102 GPC: PRODUCTS & THEIR DESCRIPTIONS 225
TABLE 103 INGREDION: PRODUCTS & THEIR DESCRIPTION 229
TABLE 104 LONZA: PRODUCTS & THEIR DESCRIPTION 234
TABLE 105 ROQUETTE: PRODUCTS & THEIR DESCRIPTION 240
TABLE 106 NEXIRA: PRODUCTS & THEIR DESCRIPTION 244
TABLE 107 SUNOPTA: PRODUCTS & THEIR DESCRIPTION 249
TABLE 108 TATE & LYLE: PRODUCTS & THEIR DESCRIPTION 254
TABLE 109 TIC: PRODUCTS & THEIR DESCRIPTION 259

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 DIETARY FIBER MARKET SEGMENTATION 21
FIGURE 2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 23
FIGURE 3 DIETARY FIBER: MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY 26
FIGURE 4 DIETARY FIBER MARKET ATTRACTIVENESS, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 31
FIGURE 5 GLOBAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET REVENUE RANKING, BY SEGMENT 35
FIGURE 6 GLOBAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET CLASSIFICATION 50
FIGURE 7 GLOBAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 51
FIGURE 8 DIETARY FIBER MARKET: FASTEST GROWING MARKETS ($MILLION) 52
FIGURE 9 GLOBAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VOLUME, BY REGION,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 53
FIGURE 10 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2014 VS. 2019 ($MILLION) 54
FIGURE 11 DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE SHARE, BY APPLICATION, 2013 55
FIGURE 12 NORTH AMERICA: DIETARY FIBER MARKET SHARE, BY COUNTRY, 2013 56
FIGURE 13 GLOBAL DIETARY FIBER FOOD APPLICATIONS MARKET VALUE,
BY APPLICATION, 2014 VS 2019 ($MILLION) 57
FIGURE 14 DIETARY FIBER MARKET: FASTEST GROWING MARKETS, BY REGION, 2014-2019 ($MILLION) 58
FIGURE 15 DIETARY FIBRE MARKET VALUE TRENDS, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 59
FIGURE 16 GLOBAL DIETARY FIBER MARKET VALUE, BY REGION,
2013 VS 2019 ($MILLION) 60
FIGURE 17 DIETARY FIBER FOOD VOLUME, BY COUNTRY
2012-2019 (METRIC TONS) 61
FIGURE 18 GLOBAL: % POPULATION 60 YEARS OR OLDER, 1950–2050 66
FIGURE 19 GOBAL TRENDS OF WHOLE GRAIN & HIGH FIBER PRODUCT LAUNCHES, 2000–2011 68
FIGURE 20 IMPACT ANALYSIS OF DRIVERS & RESTRAINTS FOR GLOBAL DIETARY FIBERS MARKET, 2014- 2019 73
FIGURE 21 NORTH AMERICA: DIETARY FIBER MARKET SHARE, BY COMPANY 76
FIGURE 22 NORTH AMERICA: DIETARY FIBERS MARKET SHARE, BY COMPANY 77
FIGURE 23 EUROPE: DIETARY FIBERS MARKET SHARE, BY COMPANY 78
FIGURE 24 DIETARY FIBERS MARKET SHARE, BY REGION: ASIA-PACIFIC 79
FIGURE 25 DIETARY FIBER REVENUE MARKET SHARE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 161
FIGURE 26 DIETARY FIBRE MARKET, NEW PRODUCT & TECHNOLOGY LAUNCHES AND APPROVALS ANALYSIS, 2010–2013 200
FIGURE 27 DIETARY FIBRES MARKET DVELOPMENT SHARE, BY GROWTH STRATEGY 2010-2013 203
FIGURE 28 DIETARY FIBRES MARKET DEVELOPMENT ANALYSIS, BY GROWTH STRATEGY, 2010-2013 204
FIGURE 29 DIETARY FIBRE MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS ANALYSIS, 2010-2013 205
FIGURE 30 DIETARY FIBRES MARKET EXPANSIONS ANALYSIS, 2010-2013 208
FIGURE 31 AGREEMENTS, COLLABORATIONS & JOINT VENTURE ANALYSIS,
2010-2013 211
FIGURE 32 CARGILL: SWOT ANALYSIS 218
FIGURE 33 DUPONT: SWOT ANALYSIS 222
FIGURE 34 INGREDION: SWOT ANALYSIS 231
FIGURE 35 LONZA: SWOT ANALYSIS 236
FIGURE 36 TATE & LYLE: SWOT ANALYSIS 256

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