Natural and Synthetic Flavours - Global Report
The global market for high-impact natural flavours in food and drink is worth $3.3bn and growing rapidly at a rate of 9.1% per year as the food industry continues to move to replace synthetic flavours with natural alternatives.
Natural flavours is one of the fastest growing food and drink ingredient markets. Fuelled by consumer desire for natural ingredients coupled with powerful retailer demands for so called 'clean-label' food and drink products categories such as confectionery and soft drinks are offering significant growth opportunities for manufacturers and suppliers of natural flavours.
However, growth is inconsistent across markets and product categories and issues of supply and sustainability means it is unlikely that synthetic flavours will ever be entirely replaced by natural alternatives.
Your questions answered
What is the size of the market for natural and synthetic flavours in food and drink and which countries and product categories are the largest and fastest growing?
Where are the growth opportunities in a natural flavours market forecast to reach 165,000 tonnes by 2015?
In which countries and product categories is usage of synthetic flavours still growing?
What is the size of the market for natural flavours in the key product categories of soft drinks and yogurts and desserts and how fast is demand growing in confectionery and ice cream?
How does the rapid growth in usage of natural flavours in India, China and Russia compare with the more established markets of the USA, UK and Germany?
What will be the next major flavour trends and which companies are developing new flavour technologies?
Along with Kerry, Givaudan and Firmenich who are the other global suppliers of high-impact flavours to the food and drink industry?
Table of contents
9. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
10. The global market for flavours in food and drink
12. The analysis
12. Natural and synthetic flavours
14. Global outlook for flavours
15. OPPORTUNITIES FOR FLAVOURS IN FOOD AND DRINK15. Population and Urbanisation
15. The global market for food and drink
16. Adding value
18. Top performing markets
19. Increased competition
20. MARKET DRIVERS
20. Opportunities for ingredients
21. Market drivers
24. Challenges for suppliers of ingredients
25. New product considerations
26. Opportunities by product category
29. How industry structures are changing
32. Usage of flavours in food and drink
33. FUTURE DEMAND FOR FLAVOURS
34. Area of focus for growth and profitability
35. The global food and beverage market and ingredients
35. Key trends driving demand over the next five years
37. FLAVOUR TRENDS
40. NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
42. MARKET ANALYSIS
51. The Americas
56. Asia Pacific
61. Synthetic Flavours
69. The Americas
74. Asia Pacific
79. Kerry launches natural citrus flavours
80. Bitter taste blocker from Givaudan
80. Döhler introduces cocktail flavour range
81. Latin American flavours from Cramer
81. Givaudan invests in green factory
82. Plans to extend citrus range from Frutarom
82. Glastry Farm trials new floral flavour
83. Premium tea base launched by Döhler and Plantextrakt
84. Symrise launches authentic meat flavours
84. Natural and organic tea flavours from sensient
84. Saveur launches natural clean-label range
85. Garlic extract from Kalsec
88. Western Europe
89. Eastern Europe
89. Middle East & Africa
90. The Americas
90. Central and South America
91. Asia Pacific
92. COMPANY DIRECTORY
94. COUNTRY PROFILES94. Western Europe
97. Eastern Europe
99. Central and South America
99. Asia Pacific
101. Middle East and Africa
102. EXCHANGE RATES
104. DEFINITIONS106. Information for the ingredients market
110. Market Model
112. Definitions and coverage
112. Countries covered
113. The global food and drink market
118. Notes on data and calculations
118. Data sources
119. Apparent consumption
LIST OF TABLES AND CHARTS
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