Natural Food Colors Market: Business overview, application and specification to forecast year 2019-2025

Natural Food Colors Market Report assesses the key opportunities in the market and outlines the factors that are and will be driving the growth of the industry, by summing up the previous growth patterns, the growth drivers and the current and future trends.

Los Angeles, United States - July 17, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

The global natural food colors market is prophesied to ride on rising awareness about several side effects of artificial food colors. High penetration of natural food colors not only in the food and beverage but also other end-use industries is foretold to strengthen the global market growth. Companies are expected to concentrate on merger and acquisition as a strategy to expand their footprint in the global market. In June 2019, DDW, The Color House, a US-based manufacturer of caramel color, burnt sugar, and natural colorings, acquired DuPont natural colors business from the company’s Nutrition and Biosciences division.

Reduced Consumption of Synthetic Colors to Create Rewarding Opportunities

The global natural food colors market is foreseen to gain from the implementation of strict policies related to the use of synthetic and similar types of colors in the food and beverage industry. Bakery and confectionery companies are anticipated to increase their consumption of natural food colors due to rising consumer concerns regarding the ill effects of synthetic colors on human health. Natural food colors are also highly demanded in other industries including dairy, frozen foods, and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, especially in developed countries such as the US.

Important Points to Remember

● Health concerns associated with the consumption of synthetic colors to increase demand for natural food colors

● Carotenoid to collect a substantial share of the global natural food colors market

● Beverages to show higher market growth due to rising interest in flavored drinks

● China’s larger food and beverage market to help Asia Pacific take lead in terms of growth rate

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Manufacturers to Introduce More Products with Superior Properties

The report profiles key players of the global natural food colors market, including Australian Food Ingredient Suppliers, Döhler, Aakash Chemicals and Dyestuffs, Sensient, Symrise AG, Archer Daniels Midland, Kalsec Inc., Chr. Hansen Holding A/S, DDW The Color House Corporation, Diana Naturals, Naturex S.A., ROHA Dyechem Pvt. Ltd. (JJT Group), FMC Corporation, BASF, Adama Agricultural Solutions Ltd. (LycoRed), GNT International B.V. (EXBERRY), and San-Ei Gen F.F.I., Inc.

Players are expected to focus on research and development activities to launch new products with excellent properties. Established companies could have a strong distribution network. In June 2019, GNT Group, a Netherlands-based producer of coloring foods and natural colors, introduced blue food coloring made from blue-green algae spirulina.

By Pigment Type

● Carmine

● Carotenoid

● Chlorophyll

● Curcumin

● Spirulina Extract

● Anthocyanin

● Paprika Extract

● Others

By Application

● Dairy

● Beverages

● Bakery

● Confectionery

● Frozen Food

Among pigment types, carotenoid is projected to secure a significant share of the global natural food colors market because of its increased use due to key properties such as protection from cellular damage and antioxidation. Among applications, beverages could be a prominent market segment owing to high consumption of alcohol, soft drinks, and juices and increased inclination for flavored drinks.

By Region

Asia Pacific is forecast to grow at a higher CAGR as countries such as China continue to show larger food and beverage consumption. Gradually increasing substitution of synthetic colorants because of their negative effects could also support the market growth of Asia Pacific. Europe could be another important regional market, considering high use of anthocyanin and carotenoid in lucrative industries such as bakery and confectionery.

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Table of Contents

Overview of the Report: The report starts with research scope, major players studied by the authors, years considered for the research study, objectives of the study, and analysis of market share by application and market size growth rate by type.

Global Growth Trends: Here, the size of the global Bio-pharma market is studied along with sales and revenue analysis. This section also includes industry trends and analysis of the growth rate of the global Bio-pharma market by region.

Regional Analysis: All of the regions and countries analyzed in the report are studied on the basis of revenue, sales, and share in the global Bio-pharma market.

Company Profiles: Almost all leading companies operating in the global Bio-pharma market are profiled in this section, taking into account their recent developments, market share, and other vital factors.

Market Forecast: Apart from revenue and sales forecast of the global Bio-pharma market, this section provides forecast of all

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