The Europe Food Grade Industrial Gases Market was worth US$ xx million in 2021, and it is estimated that it will reach a valuation of US$ xx million by 2026 with an annual expansion rate of xx% between 2021 and 2026.
Industrial gases are used in a variety of applications such as petrochemicals, oil and gas, food, mining, water, and chemicals. Food grade gases can be used in the food industry as additives or processing aids. Consumer demand is a major factor in increasing demand for these gases as demand for fresh food changes, so you follow a diet in its pure form regardless of region and season. These gases are used to maintain the freshness, shelf life, and visual appearance of products such as shrimp, strawberries, meat patties, and beverages. Carbon dioxide, nitrogen and oxygen are generally used in the food industry. The most common applications involve packaging and freezing, cooling while mixing and carbonated beverages. There is also a growing consumption of packaged foods such as carbonated beverages, seafood, fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy and frozen products, bakery and confectionery products, and meat.
Consumers are looking for packaged food options and maintain a lifestyle that saves time, which provides potential growth in the Europe food grade industrial gases market.
Consumer demand for fresh vegetables and food products is expected to drive the European market for food grade industrial gases. The increase in demand for these gases in the market is due to the latest advances in refrigeration and cooling, packaging technology and is expected to drive the growth of the Europe food grade industry gas market in the near future. Food grade industrial gases are widely used in a variety of applications such as preserving and carbonation, freezing and cooling, long shelf life, and various beverage packaging. Customers need food in its natural form with minimal or no preservatives and no or less chemical treatment. Growing health problems are a major factor in the Europe market for food grade industrial gas. Also, technologically advanced technologies in the food packaging industry are expected to further increase the demand for Europe food grade industrial gases, which is another factor that is expected to drive the growth of the Europe food grade industrial gases market during the forecast period. Furthermore, the increasing demand for packaging technologies, such as modified atmospheric packaging, refrigeration and freezing by food and beverage manufacturers, is expected to have a significant impact on the Europe food grade industrial gas market. The change in customer preferences for packaged foods is a major factor driving the market. With the development of the food and beverage industry, emerging small breweries are expected to create untapped opportunities in the Europe food grade industrial gas market. Consumption patterns of the population, including eating habits, have changed as the number of nuclear families increases, along with the problem of dual sources of income and lifestyles in metropolitan and urban areas. The changing preferences of middle-class families around the world have stimulated the food processing sector and fueled the growth of the food and beverage industry.
The demand for packaged food and beverages has increased due to higher spending on food, such as disposable income and the growing purchasing power of middle-class families. These changes have led to a greater preference for convenient, time-saving options such as ready-to-eat or ready-to-eat portions from the food industry. The inclusion of industrial gases in the making of several baking and confectionery products to enhance their shelf life is foreseen to create lucrative development opportunities for the food grade industrial gases market in the outlook period in Europe. New packaging technologies such as modified atmosphere packaging and specifications for controlled storage conditions in the food and beverage industry are expected to increase the demand for gas from the food industry during the forecast period. Food manufacturers and distributors must use food grade gases to meet consumer demand for safe food from manufacture to consumption. Increased health awareness is a major driving force, as consumers do not use preservatives, chemical treatments, or want to process food with minimal or less processing. Today, people prefer to save more time than money in their daily activities, taking advantage of the time saved for other recreational purposes. The increase in people's purchasing power and disposable income changed their preferences for time and money. One of the main areas in which people have changed their preferences is food.
In food grade industrial gases, the delivery mode is very crucial to ensure system compatibility and safety. All storage containers must handle stored gas safely and properly. This is a huge challenge that food grade gas manufacturers face in avoiding the environmental hazards and dangers associated with these Europe food grade industrial gases. The high cost of food grade industrial gas is one of the main retraining factors affecting the Europe food grade industrial gas market. Furthermore, the complexity of the gas combination can lead to errors such as incorrect gas composition, gas leaks, etc., which can affect the quality of the final food and suppress the market for food-grade gas.
By application, in the Europe Food Grade Industrial Gases Market the refrigeration and cooling segment is expected to have the largest share of the food grade gas market. One of the most effective ways to combat these microbes is to chill and freeze your products. When the temperature drops below the freezing point, the growth of microorganisms decreases dramatically. Freezing slows down many enzymatic processes, which makes food more stable. Cooling food reduces the risk of bacterial growth. It is essential to freeze and chill food to avoid spoiling. As manufacturers, consumers and retailers require these technologies, the use of food grade gases is expected to increase.
By type, the Europe Food Grade Industrial Gases market is segmented into nitrogen, carbon dioxide and oxygen. Of these, carbon dioxide is used for cooling in solid (dry ice) and liquid form. This is because it sublimates into a gas at very low temperatures of -78.5°C (-109.3°F). Widely used in the carbonation of soft drinks, beer and other alcoholic beverages. Beverage grade carbon dioxide, considered an ingredient in the beverage industry, must meet the strictest regulations of the EC (E290) and the International Association of Beverage Technicians (ISBT).
Depending on the product type, the local market is divided into meat, fish & seafood, dairy & frozen products, beverages, fruits & vegetables, convenience foods and bakery & confectionery.
Geographically the Europe Food Grade Industrial Gases Market is segmented into UK, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Netherlands, Turkey, Czech Republic and Rest of Europe. The European market occupies the second-highest share due to increased awareness of personal health and advances in food packaging process technology among countries in the region. The growing workforce will also increase demand for food grade industrial gases as convenience foods pick up momentum.
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