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Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market by Type (Cellulose, Hemicellulose, Chitin & Chitosan, Lignin, Fiber/Bran, Resistant Starch), Industry (Food, Feed & Pharmaceutical) & Region - Global Trend & Forecast to 2019

By: marketsandmarkets.com
Publishing Date: January 2015
Report Code: FB 2987

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Insoluble dietary fibers are known for high water absorption capabilities. They ease intestine activity, increases satiety, and steadily maintain a healthy weight. It offers the advantage of functional characteristics and nutritional profile with health benefits. They are used extensively in the functional food, pharmaceutical, and feed industries.

The insoluble dietary fiber market is segmented into various types and end-use industries according to their usage and demand. The types of insoluble dietary fiber include cellulose, hemicellulose, chitin & chitosan, lignin, fiber/bran (cereals & grains, fruits & vegetables, and husk & grasses), and resistant starch. The application includes food, feed, and pharmaceutical industries. The insoluble dietary fiber market is driven by the growing health and nutrition awareness, government recommendation to increase insoluble dietary fiber intake, and technological advancements.

This report provides a detailed analysis of the insoluble dietary fiber market, which includes market dynamics such as drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges faced by key players. The market size includes geographic segmentation of the insoluble dietary fiber market, which includes North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW). The market is further segmented on the basis of the key countries in these regions.

Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, by Region, 2014 vs. 2019 ($Million)

Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market

Source: Company Website, Company Annual Reports, FAO, COMTRADE, and MarketsandMarkets Analysis

The insoluble dietary fiber market is projected to reach a value of more than $3.0 billion by 2019. Key players in this market prefer strategic mergers & acquisitions so as to increase their global network and expand their insoluble dietary fiber business segment to enter new geographic locations.

This report provides qualitative analyses of the leading players in the market. It also enumerates the development strategies preferred by the leading market players. The market dynamics—in terms of market drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges are discussed in detail in the report.

Key players such as Archer Daniels Midland Company (U.S.), Cargill, Incorporated (U.S.), E. I. DuPont de Nemours and Company (U.S.), Ingredion Incorporated (U.S.), and Tate & Lyle PLC (U.K.) have been profiled in the report.

Scope of the Report

This report focuses on the insoluble dietary fiber industry, which is segmented on the basis of type, industry, and region.

Insoluble dietary fiber market

On the basis of type, the market has been segmented as follows:

  • Cellulose
  • Hemicellulose
  • Chitin & chitosan
  • Lignin
  • Fiber/bran
    • Cereals & grains
    • Fruits & vegetables
    • Husk & grasses
  • Resistant starch

On the basis of industry, the market has been segmented as follows:

  • Food
  • Feed
  • Pharmaceutical

On the basis of region, the market has been segmented as follows:

  • North America (U.S., Canada, and Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, U.K., Spain, Italy, Russia, Poland, and Rest of Europe)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, Australia-New Zealand, and Southeast Asia)
  • RoW (Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa)

Table of Contents 
 
1 Introduction (Page No. - 20)
    1.1 Objectives of the Study
    1.2 Market Definition
    1.3 Study Scope
          1.3.1 Insoluble Dietary Fibers Market, By Type
          1.3.2 Insoluble Dietary Fibers Market, By Application
          1.3.3 Insoluble Dietary Fibers Market, By Region
          1.3.4 Periodization Considered for the Insoluble Dietary Fibers Market
    1.4 Base Currency Considered for the Insoluble Dietary Fibers Market
    1.5 Packaging Size
    1.6 Limitations
    1.7 Stakeholders

2 Research Methodology (Page No. - 26)
    2.1 Research Data
          2.1.1 Secondary Data
                   2.1.1.1 Key Data From Secondary Sources
          2.1.2 Primary Data
                   2.1.2.1 Key Data From Primary Sources
                   2.1.2.2 Key Industry Insights
                   2.1.2.3 Breakdown of Primaries
    2.2 Factor Analysis
          2.2.1 Introduction
          2.2.2 Overview of Parent Industry
          2.2.3 Demand-Side Analysis
                   2.2.3.1 Developing Economies
                   2.2.3.2 Growing Middle-Class Population, 2009–2030
                   2.2.3.3 Aging Population
          2.2.4 Supply-Side Analysis
                   2.2.4.1 Regulations
                   2.2.4.2 Research & Development
    2.3 Market Size Estimation
    2.4 Market Breakdown & Data Triangulation
    2.5 Market Share Estimation
    2.6 Research Assumptions & Limitations
          2.6.1 Assumptions of the Research Study
          2.6.2 Limitations of the Research Study
 
3 Executive Summary (Page No. - 41)
    3.1 Overview
          3.1.1 Evolution
    3.2 Insoluble Dietary Fiber
    3.3 Asia-Pacific is the Fastest-Growing Market for Insoluble Dietary Fibers
    3.4 Type of Insoluble Dietary Fiber
    3.5 Key Players in the Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market

4 Premium Insights (Page No. - 46)
    4.1 Attractive Market Opportunities 
    4.2 U.S. to Be the Largest in the Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market
    4.3 Life Cycle Analysis: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market, By Region
    4.4 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market, By Type, 2014 vs. 2019
    4.5 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market, By Industry & Region, 2013
    .6 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market: Fastest-Growing Market vs. Largest Demand
    4.7 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market in Asia-Pacific
    4.8 Asia-Pacific: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Share, By Type, 2013
    4.9 Competitive Landscape of Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market (2011–2013)

5 Industry Trends (Page No. - 55)
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Evolution of Dietary Fibers
          5.2.1 Potential New Sources of Dietary Fibers
          5.2.2 Advantages of Dietary Fibers
    5.3 Sources of Dietary Fibers
    5.4 Value Chain Analysis
    5.5 Supply Chain Analysis
          5.5.1 Key Influencers
    5.6 Key Types of Dietary Fibers
          5.6.1 Novel Fibers
                   5.6.1.1 Safety of Novel Fibers
                   5.6.1.2 Labeling of Novel Dietary Fibers
          5.6.2 Conventional Fibers
          5.6.3 Soluble Dietary Fibers
          5.6.4 Insoluble Dietary Fibers
    5.7 Application of Dietary Fibers
          5.7.1 Dietary Fibers for Application in the Food Industry
          5.7.2 Dietary Fibers for Application in the Pharmaceutical Industry
    5.8 Industry Trends
    5.9 Functions & Advantages of Dietary Fibers
          5.9.1 Gastrointestinal Health Benefits
          5.9.2 Prevention of Cancer
          5.9.3 Reduces Risk of Diabetes
          5.9.4 Lowers Cholesterol Levels
          5.9.5 Weight Management
    5.10 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
          5.10.1 Intensity of Competitive Rivalry
          5.10.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
          5.10.3 Bargaining Power of Buyers
          5.10.4 Threat of New Entrants
          5.10.5 Threat of Substitutes
    5.11 Pest Analysis
          5.11.1 Political Factors
                   5.11.1.1 Change in Government and Political Forces
          5.11.2 Economic Factors
                  5.11.2.1 Economic Depression
          5.11.3 Social Factors
                  5.11.3.1 Consumer Awareness
                  5.11.3.2 Demographic Behavior of Adopting A New Products
          5.11.4 Technological Factors
                  5.11.4.1 R&D Initiatives for Production & Application of Dietary Fibers
                  5.11.4.2 Advanced Processing Technologies Used to Extract Dietary Fibers
    5.12 Strategic Benchmarking
          5.12.1 Strategic Partnerships & Advanced Extrusion Technology

6 Market Overview (Page No. - 70)
    6.1 Introduction
          6.1.1 Food Industry
          6.1.2 Feed Industry
          6.1.3 Pharmaceutical Industry
    6.2 Market Segmentation
          6.2.1 Insoluble Dietary Fibers Market, By Type
          6.2.2 Insoluble Dietary Fibers Market, By Industry
    6.3 Market Dynamics
          6.3.1 Drivers
                   6.3.1.1 Health Benefits of Dietary Fibers Consumption
                   6.3.1.2 Changing Lifestyle and Higher Disposable Income
                   6.3.1.3 Increasing Demand for Fiber Supplements to Fulfill the Nutritional Requirement 
                   6.3.1.4 Surveys Conducted to Understand Consumer Consideration for Purchase of A Food Product
                               6.3.1.4.1 Food & Health Survey
                               6.3.1.4.2 Survey By Kellogg’s
          6.3.2 Opportunities
                   6.3.2.1 Exploring New Applications of Insoluble Dietary Fibers in Food Industry
                   6.3.2.2 Developing Economies
                   6.3.2.3 Weight Management Products
          6.3.3 Restraints
                   6.3.3.1 Time Required for Regulatory Approval
                   6.3.3.2 Water Stability and Reactivity
          6.3.4 Challenges
                   6.3.4.1 Competition With Novel Soluble Dietary Fibers
                   6.3.4.2 Regulations That Ensure Consumer Safety

7 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market, By Key Brand (Page No. - 86)
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 Archer Daniels Midland Company
          7.2.1 Jeltec
    7.3 Cargill, Inc.
          7.3.1 Maizewise
          7.3.2 Actistar Rt
          7.3.3 Barliv Barley Betafiber
    7.4 E. I. Dupont De Nemours and Company
          7.4.1 Cenergy
          7.4.2 Fibrim
          7.4.3 Litesse
    7.5 Grain Processing Corporation
          7.5.1 Trubran
    7.6 J. Rettenmaier & Sφhne Gmbh & Co. Kg
          7.6.1 Vitacel
          7.6.2 Vivastar

8 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market, By Type (Page No. - 85)
    8.1 Introduction
          8.1.1 Daily Intake of Dietary Fibers
          8.1.2 Health Programs to Increase Intake of Dietary Fibers
          8.1.3 Insoluble Dietary Fibers Are Also Known as Less Fermented Dietary Fibers
          8.1.4 Consumer Demand for Functional Food Drives the Dietary Fiber Market
    8.2 Cellulose
    8.3 Hemicellulose
    8.4 Chitin & Chitosan
    8.5 Lignin
    8.6 Fiber/Bran
          8.6.1 Cereals & Grains
                   8.6.1.1 Wheat
                   8.6.1.2 Oat
                   8.6.1.3 Legumes & Nuts
          8.6.2 Fruits & Vegetables
          8.6.3 Key Manufacturers Offer Fiber/Bran at A Large Scale
    8.7 Resistant Starch
    8.8 Others

9 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market, By Industry (Page No. - 98)
    9.1 Introduction
    9.2 Food Industry
          9.2.1 Functional Foods
    9.3 Feed Industry
    9.4 Pharmaceutical Industry

10 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market, By Region (Page No. - 110)
     10.1 Introduction
     10.2 North America
             10.2.1 Developed Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market
             10.2.2 Rising Consumer Awareness & Technological Advancements Drive the Market Demand
             10.2.3 U.S.
             10.2.4 Canada
             10.2.5 Mexico
     10.3 Europe
             10.3.1 Wide-Scale Application of Insoluble Dietary Fibers in Europe
             10.3.2 Dietary Recommendations By Regulatory Bodies Influence the Market
             10.3.3 Growth in Eastern & Southeast European Countries is Estimated to Drive the Market in the Next Five Years
             10.3.4 U.K.
             10.3.5 Germany
             10.3.6 France
             10.3.7 Spain
             10.3.8 Russia
             10.3.9 Poland
             10.3.10 Turkey
             10.3.11 Rest of Europe
     10.4 Asia-Pacific
             10.4.1 Functional Food Market is Growing With Trade Partnerships & Agreements 
             10.4.2 China
             10.4.2.1 Development of Chinese Food Industry
             10.4.2.2 China is the Fastest-Growing Market for Insoluble Dietary Fibers
             10.4.3 Japan
             10.4.4 India
             10.4.5 Australia-New Zealand
             10.4.6 Southeast Asia
     10.5 Rest of the World (ROW)
             10.5.1 Latin America
             10.5.1.1 Brazil
             10.5.1.2 Argentina
             10.5.1.3 Rest of Latin America
             10.5.2 Middle East
             10.5.3 Africa

11 Regulations (Page No. - 147)
     11.1 Introduction
     11.2 Determination of Total Dietary Fiber
             11.2.1 Prosky Method (Aoac 985.29)
             11.2.2 Mccleary Method (Aoac 2009.01)
     11.3 North America
             11.3.1 U.S.
                        11.3.1.1 U.S. FDA Approved Dietary Fiber Nutrient Content Claims
                        11.3.1.2 U.S. FDA Approved Dietary Fiber Health Claims
             11.3.2 Canada
                        11.3.2.1 Feeds Act (R.S.C., 1985, C. F-9)
                        11.3.2.2 Labeling and Claims
     11.4 European Union
             11.4.1 Dietary Fiber Nutrient Content Claims
             11.4.2 Dietary Fiber Health Claims
             11.4.3 Code of Practice of Labeling
     11.5 Asia-Pacific
             11.5.1 Qualifying Criteria for Nutrition Content Claims About Dietary Fiber in Australia/New Zealand
             11.5.2 Biosafety Regulations of Asia-Pacific Countries By APAARI, APCOAB & FAO
 
12 Competitive Landscape (Page No. - 157)
     12.1 Overview
     12.2 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Share Analysis (2013)
     12.3 Competitive Situation & Trends
     12.4 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Developments (2010–2014)
     12.5 Mergers & Acquisitions
     12.6 Expansions & Investments
     12.7 Agreements, Partnerships, Joint Ventures & Collaborations
     12.8 New Product Launches

13 Company Profiles (Page No. - 167)
     (Company at A Glance, Recent Financials, Products & Services, Strategies & Insights, & Recent Developments)* 
     13.1 Introduction
     13.2 Archer Daniels Midland Company
     13.3 Cargill, Incorporated
     13.4 E. I. Dupont De Nemours and Company
     13.5 Grain Processing Corporation
     13.6 Ingredion Incorporated
     13.7 J. Rettenmaier & Sφhne Gmbh & Co. Kg
     13.8 Roquette Frθres
     13.9 Sόdzucker Ag
     13.10 Sunopta, Inc.
     13.11 Tate & Lyle PLC

*Details on Company at A Glance, Recent Financials, Products & Services, Strategies & Insights, & Recent Developments Might Not Be Captured in Case of

Unlisted Companies. 

14 Appendix (Page No. - 204)
     14.1 Insights of Industry Experts
     14.2 Discussion Guide
     14.3 Available Customizations
     14.4 Related Reports
 
 
List of Tables (102 Figures) 
 
Table 1 Currently Operative Definitions of Dietary Fibers, By Key Regulatory Bodies
Table 2 Regulations on Functional Food, By Country
Table 3 European Research Projects on Functional Food, 2005–2010
Table 4 Evolution of Definition & Scope
Table 5 Impact of High Fiber Diet on Consumer Health, By Gender
Table 6 Rising Health Concerns & Higher Disposable Income Drives the Market
Table 7 Dietary Fiber Recommending for Target Consumer
Table 8 List of Ingredients That Consumers Prefer in A Product
Table 9 List of Ingredients That Consumer Try to Avoid
Table 10 Application of Insoluble Dietary Fibers in Functional Products Pose New Opportunities to Drive the Market
Table 11 Dietary Fibers: Functional Properties in Dairy & Beverage Products
Table 12 GDP Per Capita (PPP) for Key Emerging Economies, 2013
Table 13 Increased Regulation & Time Required for Regulatory Approval May Limit the Market Growth
Table 14 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Type, 2012–2019 ($Million)
Table 15 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Type, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 16 Cellulose Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 ($Million)
Table 17 Cellulose Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 18 Hemicellulose Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 ($Million)
Table 19 Hemicellulose Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 20 Chitin & Chitosan Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 ($Million)
Table 21 Chitin & Chitosan Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 22 Lignin Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 ($Million)
Table 23 Lignin Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 24 Fiber/Bran Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 ($Million)
Table 25 Fiber/Bran Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 26 Resistant Starch Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 ($Million)
Table 27 Resistant Starch Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 28 Other Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 29 Other By Size, By Region, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 30 By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million)
Table 31 By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 32 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Applications in the Food Industry
Table 33 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size in Food Industry, By Region, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 34 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size in Food Industry, By Region, 2012–2019 (KT) 
Table 35 By Size in Feed Industry, By Region, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 36 By Size in Feed Industry, By Region, 2012–2019 (KT) 
Table 37 By Size in Pharmaceutical Industry, By Region, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 38 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size in Pharmaceutical Industry, By Region, 2012–2019 (KT) 
Table 39 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 ($Million)
Table 40 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 41 North America: By Size, By Country, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 42 North America: By Size, By Country, 2012–2019 (KT) 
Table 43 U.S.: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 44 U.S.: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 45 Canada: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 46 Canada: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 47 Mexico: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 48 Mexico: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 49 Europe: By Size, By Country, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 50 Europe: By Size, By Country, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 51 U.K.: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 52 U.K.: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 53 Germany: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 54 Germany: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT) 
Table 55 France: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 56 France: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 57 Spain: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 58 Spain: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 59 Russia: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 60 Russia: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 61 Poland: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 62 Poland: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 63 Turkey: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 64 Turkey: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 65 Rest of Europe: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 66 Rest of Europe: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT) 
Table 67 Asia-Pacific: By Size, By Country, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 68 Asia-Pacific: By Size, By Country, 2012–2019 (KT) 
Table 69 China: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 70 China: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 71 Japan: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 72 Japan: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 73 India: By  Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 74 India: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 75 Australia-New Zealand: Size By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million)
Table 76 Australia-New Zealand: Size By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 77 Southeast Asia: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 78 Southeast Asia: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT) 
Table 79 ROW: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Region, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 80 Feasible Financing Strategies for Achievement of Mdg in Latin America and Caribbean Countries
Table 81 ROW: Market Size By Region, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 82 Latin America: Size By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 83 Latin America: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT) 
Table 84 Latin America: By Size, By Country, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 85 Latin America: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Country, 2012–2019 (KT) 
Table 86 Brazil: Size By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 87 Brazil: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 88 Argentina: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 89 Argentina: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT) 
Table 90 Rest of Latin America:  Size By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million)
Table 91 Rest of Latin America: Size By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 92 Middle East: Size By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 93 Middle East: Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT) 
Table 94 Africa: By Size, By Industry, 2012–2019 ($Million) 
Table 95 Africa: Size By Industry, 2012–2019 (KT)
Table 96 List of Regulatory Bodies Active in Various Countries for Food, Feed, & Pharmaceutical Products 
Table 97 Requirements for Health Claims on Labeling
Table 98 Declaration for Feed Materials as Referred to in Article 16(1)B of European Commission (Europa)
Table 99 Key Mergers & Acquisitions, 2012–2014
Table 100 Key Expansions & Investments, 2010–2012
Table 101 Key Agreements, Partnerships, Joint Ventures & Collaborations, 2012–2014 
Table 102 Key New Product Launches, 2010–2013
 
 
List of Figures (68 Figures) 
 
Figure 1 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market: Research Methodology
Figure 2 Impact of Key Factors Influencing the Parent Industry
Figure 3 Top 5 Economies Based on GDP (PPP) Are U.S., China, India, Japan, & Germany 
Figure 4 Middle-Class Population in Asia-Pacific is Projected to Grow & Account for the Largest Share in the Global Market By 2030
Figure 5 Percentage Increase in Aging Population, By Region (1980–2010 vs. 2010–2040) 
Figure 6 Market Size Estimation Methodology: Bottom-Up Approach
Figure 7 Market Size Estimation Methodology: Top-Down Approach
Figure 8 Data Triangulation Methodology
Figure 9 Assumption of the Research Study
Figure 10 Limitations of the Research Study
Figure 11 Evolution of Dietary Fibers
Figure 12 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Share (Value), Geographical Overview, 2014 
Figure 13 Asia-Pacific Market is Growing at the Highest Rate
Figure 14 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Snapshot (2014 vs. 2019): Cellulose is Estimated to Be the Largest Market
Figure 15 Share of the Leading Companies in the Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market, 2013 
Figure 16 Demand for Functional Food & Feed Drives the Growth for Insoluble Dietary Fibers
Figure 17 U.S. Estimated to Be the Largest Market, 2014
Figure 18 Asia-Pacific Market is in Exponential Growth Phase, 2014
Figure 19 Resistant Starch is Projected to Record High Growth Between 2014 & 2019 
Figure 20 Largest Application of Insoluble Dietary Fiber Was Recorded By the Food Industry in 2013
Figure 21 Developing Markets to Grow at A Higher Rate in the Next Five Years
Figure 22 Cellulose Captured the Largest Share in the Asia-Pacific Market, 2013
Figure 23 Japan Accounted for the Largest Share in the Asia-Pacific Market for Insoluble Dietary Fiber
Figure 24 Key Companies in the Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Accounted for About 50% Share in 2013
Figure 25 Production Process Contributes the Most to the Value of the Overall Price of the Fiber
Figure 26 Research Organizations & Technologists Are an Integral Part of the Supply Chain
Figure 27 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
Figure 28 Late Adopters of New Innovative Food Products Dominate the F&B Market
Figure 29 Strategic Benchmarking: Key Players Prefer Mergers & Acquisitions to Expand Their Business in the Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market
Figure 30 Insoluble Dietary Fibers Market, By Type
Figure 31 Insoluble Dietary Fibers Market, By Industry
Figure 32 Increasing Demand for Functional Foods is Fueling the Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market
Figure 33 Global Trends of Whole Grain & High Fiber Product Launches, 2000–2011 
Figure 34 Cellulose is Estimated to Capture the Largest Share in the Market, 2014
Figure 35 Food Industry Accounts for the Maximum Application of Insoluble Dietary Fiber Ingredients
Figure 36 Asia-Pacific Market Growing at the Highest Rate Owing to the Growth in Disposable Income
Figure 37 Application of Insoluble Dietary Fiber in the Feed Industry, 2014–2019
Figure 38 Europe is Estimated to Be the Largest Market for Insoluble Dietary Fibers 
Figure 39 Geographic Snapshot – Asia-Pacific Countries Are Growing at the Highest CAGR From 2014 to 2019
Figure 40 China–An Attractive Destination for the Industrial Application of Insoluble Dietary Fibers
Figure 41 North America is the Largest Market for Insoluble Dietary Fibers
Figure 42 North America is A Key Region for the Growth of the Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market
Figure 43 Germany Dominted the European Dietary Fiber Market in 2013
Figure 44 Japan is the Market Leader in Asia-Pacific Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market
Figure 45 Latin America is the Largest Market in ROW Region, 2013
Figure 46 Key Companies Preferred Acquisition of Regional Players
Figure 47 Roquette Grew at the Highest CAGR Between 2010 & 2013
Figure 48 Cargill Dominated the Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market in 2013
Figure 49 Maximum Key Developments Were Recorded in 2012
Figure 50 Cargill Was the Most Active Company in the Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Between 2010 & 2014
Figure 51 Cargill & Sunopta Adopted All Strategies to Expand Their Global Reach & Maintain Their Market Position
Figure 52 Geographic Revenue Mix of Top 5 Insoluble Dietary Fiber Manufacturers
Figure 53 Competitive Benchmarking of Key Market Players (2011-2013): Cargill Has the Largest Share in the Market
Figure 54 Archer Daniels Midland Company: Business Overview
Figure 55 Archer Daniels Midland Company: SWOT Analysis
Figure 56 Cargill, Inc.: Business Overview
Figure 57 Cargill, Inc.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 58 E. I. Dupont De Nemours & Company: Business Overview
Figure 59 E. I. Dupont De Nemours and & Company: SWOT Analysis
Figure 60 Business Overview: Grain Processing Corporation
Figure 61 Ingredion Incorporated: Business Overview
Figure 62 Business Overview: J. Rettenmaier & Sφhne GMBH & Co. KG
Figure 63 Roquette Frθres: Business Overview
Figure 64 Roquette Frθres: SWOT Analysis
Figure 65 Business Overview: Sόdzucker Ag
Figure 66 Sunopta, Inc.: Business Overview
Figure 67 Tate & Lyle PLC: Business Overview
Figure 68 Tate & Lyle PLC : SWOT Analysis

This report on insoluble dietary fibers has been classified into types and application industries. The consumption of insoluble dietary fibers increased with the increase in demand for functional foods, growth in health and nutrition awareness, government recommendation to increase insoluble dietary fiber intake, and technological advancements. The market is projected to grow in emerging economies such as Southeast Asia, Latin America and Africa, with key manufacturers investing on the development of improved products. The increasing disposable income and rising middle-class population is a key driver for the market.

Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market Size, by Region, 2014 vs. 2019 ($Million)

Insoluble Dietary Fiber Market

E – Estimated; P - Projected

Source: Company Website & Publications, FAO, Investor Presentations, COMTRADE, and MarketsandMarkets Analysis

The insoluble dietary fiber market is segmented on the basis of types of insoluble dietary fibers, industries in which they are applicable, and region-wise markets. The market for insoluble dietary fiber is projected to be valued more than $3.0 billion by 2019. The Asia-Pacific region is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the review period.

The insoluble dietary fiber market is fragmented, with leading companies driving the growth by opting for strategic mergers & acquisitions and innovative programs. The report further provides qualitative analysis of the prominent market players and their preferred development strategies. Key players such as Archer Daniels Midland Company (U.S.), Cargill, Inc. (U.S.), E. I. DuPont de Nemours and Company (U.S.), Ingredion Incorporated (U.S.), and Tate & Lyle PLC (U.K.) have been profiled in the report.

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