Market Size of Fermented Foods and Beverages Industry
|Base Year For Estimation||2022|
|Fastest Growing Market||Asia Pacific|
|Largest Market||Asia Pacific|
*Disclaimer: Major Players sorted in no particular order
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Fermented Foods and Beverages Market Analysis
The fermented foods and beverages market size is expected to grow from USD 1.83 trillion in the current year and is projected to register a CAGR of 6.70% over the next five years.
- In the process of fermentation, several chemical changes occur in the components of the raw matrix, which thus results in products with improved nutritional properties and health effects. A higher bioactive molecule content and enhanced antioxidant activity were found in fermented milk, cereals, fruit and vegetables, meat, and fish. Due to this, market players have been incorporating fermented fruits and vegetables into their products. The increased health consciousness among consumers has led to a demand for functional beverages. The rising trend of veganism and the inclination of people towards plant-based diets is anticipated to boost market demand for fermented foods.
- The increasing prevalence of health problems among the growing population is expected to drive the demand for fermented foods. Moreover, the rising innovations and launches of newly enhanced products by emerging and key market players will drive the market in the forecasted period. Additionally, an increase in retail and e-commerce sales is also driving the market. Consumers have a variety of products available on e-commerce sites.
- Convenience and the availability of multiple products are also driving the market to grow. For instance, in February 2022, Remedy, a United Kingdom kombucha brand, announced the addition of a new flavor to its lineup. Remedy Kombucha Wild Berry will be available exclusively at Tesco in a multipack (4 x 330 ml) format initially (RRP: GBP 5). Remedy Kombucha Mango Passion will also be introduced by the retail giant.