The Asia Pacific Dietary Fibers Market size is currently valued at 0.91 Billion USD in 2022. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 15.4% over the forecast period to reach a valuation of 2.07 Billion USD in 2028.
Dietary fiber is a portion of food that is indigestible and derived from plants. Dietary fiber can be of two primary forms, i.e. insoluble and soluble fiber. High fiber consumption makes the body less vulnerable to diseases such as diabetes, stroke, and obesity. Dietary fibers referred to as roughage, found in food products are derived mainly from plant foods. Such fibers assist in the transfer of waste within the body, reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease by lowering blood sugar and cholesterol levels and maintaining body weight.
Major factors that drive the Asia Pacific Dietary Fibers Market forward are-
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Fruits & vegetables are the main source of many micronutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, dietary fibres, carbohydrates, proteins and others. Vegetables that are a good source of dietary fiber include garlic, dandelion greens, carrots, potatoes, beans and peas.
Dietary fibers are segmented into soluble and insoluble on the basis of the material. This section was dominated by insoluble fibers that move through the intestines without creating a gel-like material. They also have other advantages, such as preserving the pH balance in the intestines, which are expected to increase by more than 13 per cent in quality at the fastest CAGR from 2023 to 2028.
Dietary fibers were most commonly used in the food sector due to an increase in recognition of the value of fiber in daily food as well as the strong growth of the functional food industry. In 2018, the second-largest market share was garnered by beverages with over 30% by revenue.
Geographically, the Asia-Pacific demand for dietary fiber is divided into China, India, Japan, South Korea and Australia. Asia-Pacific is predicted to witness the highest growth rate due to factors such as economic developments coupled with aging populations in Japan, which is driving demand for dietary supplements in that area. Companies that are functioning in the food and beverage field in this area are gradually implementing new approaches with a primary focus on dietary fiber as a means of promoting their brands and products.
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Major Key Players in the Asia Pacific Dietary Fibers Industry are
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