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text 2018-10-16 07:25
Global Food Additives Market is Likely to Hit $56 Billion by 2024

16 October 2018, The global Food Additives Market is anticipated to reach USD 56 billion by 2024. Rapid growth in the food & beverage industry in the Middle East and BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa)-as a result of growing domestic consumption and rising foreign direct investments-is projected to augment the market growth. Increasing awareness about different types of tastes is also likely to act as an important growth driving factor. In addition, manufacturers are increasing their production capacities due to rising demands for packaged foods including ready-to-eat products, frozen meals etc. which will eventually therefore augment the market growth. The global market is categorized as products and regions.

 

The product sector comprises flavors & enhancers (natural, artificial), enzymes, sweeteners (high intensity, HFCS), emulsifiers (mono, lecithin, di-glycerides, sorbitan esters, stearoyl lactylates), fat replacers (protein, starch), and shelf-life stabilizers. The enzymes sector is estimated to remain the fastest-growing sector, with a CAGR of over 6 % from 2016 to 2024. Flavors & enhancers dominated the application sector in 2016 accounting for 30 % of the total market revenue. The natural flavors sector is likely to grow at a healthy CAGR of over 6 % from 2016 to 2024.

 

Browse Details of Report @ https://www.hexaresearch.com/research-report/food-additives-industry

 

Sweeteners are mainly used in formulating F&B products. Moreover, growing health concerns such as tooth decay, diabetes, etc. and rising importance of low-cal food products are anticipated to augment the demands for sugar substitutes such as High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) and High-Intensity Sugars (HIS). The sector is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 5 % during the estimated years.

 

The Europe food additives market held over 30 % of the overall share in 2016 due to growing significance of functional ingredients to integrate properties such as flavor, shelf life-extension, and emulsification. The Asia-Pacific region accounted for 27 % in 2015 and is anticipated to experience considerable gains over the next few years. The Indian market is likely to grow at a decent CAGR of over 5 % during the forecast period. The Middle East is said to be the high-potential market on account of rising domestic consumption along with the favorable support to attract fresh investments.

 

The major companies in the food additives market include BASF SE; E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company; Eastman Chemical Company; and Cargill Inc.

 

Browse Related Category Market Reports @ https://www.hexaresearch.com/research-category/food-safety-and-processing-industry

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text 2018-10-15 20:16
Menu Monday

I really didn't have to do much cooking this past week--I coasted with turkey leftovers and scrambled eggs.

 

But, I did make Honey, Mustard & Herb Chicken, from the Yum & Yummer cookbook.

 

 

Here are the chicken thighs, fresh from the oven, with their lemon slice hats.

 

They also plated up attractively:

 

 

However, they tasted more lemony than Honey-Mustard, and I'm not sure that I'd make them again.

 

I also had two sweet potatoes that were really needing attention, so I assembled Pork & Sweet Potato Pie yesterday.  I was headed to the theatre in the afternoon, so I cooked the parsnips & sweet potatoes in the morning.

 

 

The parsnips form the base, then there's a ground pork layer, covered with mashed sweet potatoes and heated through in the oven.

 

 

My sister gave me two zucchinis, so I must get them grated up (maybe tonight) and next week's offerings may feature some zucchini recipes.

 

Bon appétit, everyone!

 

 

 

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text 2018-10-09 20:22
Menu Monday (but on Tuesday)

I am stealing WhiskeyintheJar Romance's idea of Menu Monday.  I find it difficult to convince myself sometimes to cook when its "only me."  The idea of photographing & sharing made the cooking much more interesting to me.  We just finished a long Thanksgiving weekend, hence the Tuesday-ness of my Menu Monday.

 

 

First up was Apricot-Sriracha Glazed Meatballs.  They were from the appetizer section of the Yum and Yummer cookbook, but I used them as a main course.  They were excellent and I think I can safely say that I will make them again.

 

 

Next, I made a pasta casserole (fancy Mac & Cheese) with roasted butternut squash, lots of garlic, and bacon.  Provolone cheese in the sauce, plus topped with Parmesan.  Really good, but I'm starting to think that dairy doesn't agree with me, so I don't think this will be a repeater.

 

 

More successful was this Chili Garlic Chicken stir fry.  Another sauce with Sriracha.  Very tasty and since this is the second time I have cooked it, I think its safe to say its one of my go-to recipes now.

 

 

For book club on Friday, I made this plum coffee cake.  The recipe actually called for peaches, but I had plums on hand, needing to be used.  This one was delicious and the book club women dug in!  A success.

 

 

My contribution to Thanksgiving dinner was Pumpkin Bread--I tried two recipes, both gluten and dairy free.  The one on the left was made with almond flour, the one on the right with a gluten free mix.  Both are tasty, but the one on the right is far more attractive.

 

 

You can tell in this photo that the almond flour loaf really didn't rise.  It tasted fine, but the texture was a bit soft.  The other (from Gluten Free on a Shoe String) had better texture, rise and appearance. 

 

It's challenging to cook for one and to do so gluten-free.  Plus, it remains to be seen if I can stick with this photography project!  Encouragement is appreciated.

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text 2018-10-09 13:22
Global Fish Oil Market Size, Growth, Price Trends and Forecasts, 2012 to 2020

9 October 2018, Fish oil is derived from the tissues of fishes which can reduce inflammation. It is a major source of omega-3 acids, docosahexaenoic acid, and eicosapentaenoic acid. Omega-3 acids aid in reducing triglyceride levels, depression levels, and reducing the risk of coronary heart disease.

 

The global Fish Oil Market will be valued close to USD 4 billion by 2020. The demand for fish oil in 2013 was 1,090 kilotons (KT). It has an objective of reaching 1,200 KT by 2020. The US FDA (Food and Drugs Administration) has limited the fishing of sharks, a rich source of omega-3 acids. This is due to the high level of mercury, dioxin, and other PCBs present in their body. This can be a major hurdle for fish oil market players. But development of aquaculture in Asia Pacific can help overcome this obstacle.

 

Browse Details of Report @ https://www.hexaresearch.com/research-report/fish-oil-industry

  

Applications for fish oil are DCH (direct human consumption), aquaculture, hydrogenation and other industrial uses. Direct human consumption (DHC) will be the major driver responsible for the fish oil market’s growth. Anchovies, mackerel, capelin, and herring are the fishes used for DCH. It has an estimated CAGR of 1.6% during the forecast phase (2014-2020).

 

Aquaculture is expected to dominate over the forecast phase. It is expected to reach a volume of 843.6 tons by 2020, growing at a 1% CAGR over the next six years. Species bred in aquaculture are tilapias, salmon, eels, trout, catfish, fresh crustaceans, marine shrimps, and marine fishes. Salmon and trout are the most popular fish used in aquaculture. It generated revenue of USD 854.7 million in 2013. It is projected to attain revenue of USD 1.49 billion by 2020.

 

North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America are the major markets for fish oil. Europe had the largest market in 2013, accounting for 491.5 KT. It has an 8% CAGR over the forecast phase due to high protein levels found in dietary supplements. Asia Pacific will be the fastest growing region owing to the huge demand of fish oil from China.

 

The key players in the fish oil market are Colplex, GC Rieber Oils, COPEINCA ASA, and Omega Protein Corporation. Players will mostly form partnerships or delve in aquaculture due to shortage of raw materials.

 

Related Reports:

Vitamin E Market - Natural Vitamin E is typically utilized in dietary supplements, followed by beverages and cosmetics and fortification of foods together constituted the market growth.

 

Pea Protein Market - Increasing acceptance of meat substitutes, concerns regarding lactose intolerance among adolescents combined with the interest in gluten-free products are some of the major drivers expected to drive pea protein market.

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url 2018-10-08 13:38
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