Europe Sugar Substitutes Market By Origin (Natural and Synthetic), Composition (Stevia, Aspartame, Cyclamate, Sucrose, AceK, Saccharin, D-Tagarose, Sorbitol, Maltitol, Xylitol), Application (Beverages, Food, Health & Personal Care, Pharmaceuticals, and Others), and By Country (UK, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Netherlands, Turkey, Czech Republic and Rest of Europe) – Size, Share, Trends, Growth, Forecast (2024 to 2029)

Updated On: January, 2024
ID: 1010
Pages: 137

Europe Sugar Substitutes Market Growth and Forecast (2023 - 2028):

The Europe Sugar Substitutes Market was worth US$ xx million in 2022, and it is estimated that it will reach a valuation of US$ xx million by 2028 with an annual development rate of 7.8 % between 2023 and 2028.

Market Overview:

Sugar substitutes have been a staple in a wide commercial range throughout the world. Growing concern about obesity and other serious health problems caused by sugar intake has led people to seek alternatives. A variety of sugar substitutes are gaining popularity as consumers change their tastes and preferences, especially as health awareness increases. The artificial sweeteners industry has been at the forefront of making huge profits by investing in the sugar substitute market. They can be obtained from plants or manufactured synthetically. Advances in processing technology have helped expand raw materials to make sugar substitutes and produce them on a large scale.

Recent Developments in Europe Sugar Substitutes Industry:

  • Tate & Lyle published about its collaboration with Azelis during November 2018 for improving the distribution of specialty chemicals, along with the food ingredients. The agreement with Azelis (Belgium) will strengthen the distribution of fiber, low calorie sweeteners and stabilizers in Europe.

Europe Sugar Substitutes Market Growth:

Increased consumer health awareness among the population will support the growth of the European market in the future.


The growing trend to switch to a low-calorie diet has become a major driver of product development in the Europe sugar substitutes market. Some types of artificial sweetener is considered "generally recognized as safe" and is building up steam. Food companies are also looking for attractive revenue potential for sugar substitutes. Various brands containing sugar substitutes are attracting the attention and acceptance of the population in developed countries. Therefore, scientific support is driving their needs in many regions, increasingly in developing countries. In addition, intake is increasing as various functional sweeteners from food companies promise consumers that these sugar substitutes will have a beneficial effect in preventing tooth decay. Market potential is increasing as its role in nutritional interventions to control the risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease increases. The growing number of FDA approved products is helping to expand a profitable path in the market for sugar substitutes. Additionally, growing concerns about the spread of diabetes and high sugar consumption have further strengthened the growth of this market. Increasing demand from the food and beverage industry is driving market demand for Europe sugar substitutes, and the market is likely to gain traction in the coming years. Consumers these days are more health conscious and prefer a healthy diet. Increasing demand for zero- or low-calorie products and increased consumer awareness of sugar substitutes are major contributors to the growth of the sugar substitute market. The growth of the market for sugar substitutes in the region is also due to the increased use of sugar substitutes in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. The growth of the sports nutrition drink and health drink market is further driving the market for sugar substitutes in Europe.

The increased prevalence of diabetes and the increase in weight-related problems are one of the main factors driving the adoption of sugar substitutes. The growing demand for bakery products and beverages contributes directly to the growth of the world market for Europe sugar substitutes. The main players in the food industry market are focused on developing quality products at affordable prices. The food sector is expected to achieve the fastest growth during the forecast period as awareness of low-calorie foods increases and consumption patterns change. The above trend is expected to boost demand for sugar substitutes in Europe during the forecast period. The spread of health problems related to sugar consumption in emerging economies is driving the overall market growth. The application of Europe sugar substitutes aims to reduce the cost and use of sugar in food manufacturing. This creates more opportunities for R&D and creates a competitive advantage in the market for sugar substitutes. The fluctuating cost of sugar substitutes presents important opportunities for manufacturers operating in the world market for sugar substitutes. Increasing public awareness of proper food consumption among diabetic and obese populations will drive the growth of the sugar substitute market in the near future. Additionally, consumers are more aware of the effects of excessive sugar consumption, so they look to low-sugar products or alternative low-sugar alternatives. This is further accelerating the growth of the European market for sugar substitutes in the coming years.


The main threat is the availability of other low-calorie sweeteners. The reduced availability of sugar substitutes and the development of artificial sweeteners are driving consumer preferences towards artificial sweeteners, limiting the market. The product declaration issue is a major challenge that threatens the growth of market players in the Europe sugar substitutes market.

Europe Sugar Substitutes Market Segmentation Analysis:

By origin, the Europe market for sugar substitutes is divided into natural and synthetic. The trend of consumers who prefer healthy food, organic food, etc. is driving the growth of natural sweeteners. Consumers are asking for foods of natural origin instead of artificial foods because they found that natural products are more beneficial from a health point of view.

By composition, the regional market is separated into Stevia, Aspartame, Cyclamate, Sucrose, AceK, Saccharin, D-Tagarose, Sorbitol, Maltitol, and Xylitol. Sugar substitutes like erythritol, maltitol, etc. are in high demand in the European market and these two sweeteners are available in crystallized form.

Based on the application, the Europe sugar substitutes market is mainly divided as food, beverages,  pharmaceutical, health and personal care, and others. The increasing consumption of soft drinks in European countries is driving the growth of the market.

Regional Analysis:

The market for sugar substitutes in Europe is segmented by area into the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, France, Denmark, Italy, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Russia, Poland, Belgium, Turkey, Sweden and others. Germany dominates the European market for sugar substitutes, as the supply of ready-to-eat foods intensifies competition between various industries. Germany is expected to grow at the highest growth rate during the forecast period due to further adaptation of sugar substitutes by the food and beverage industry.

Key Players in the Market:

Major Key Players in the Europe Sugar Substitutes Market are

  • Cargill
  • Tate and Lyle
  • Ingredion Incorporated
  • Archer Daniels Midland Company
  • Ajinomoto Co., Inc
  • Roquette
  • PureCircle
  • NutraSweet Company
  • JK Sucralose Inc
  • E. I. DuPont De Nemours


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