Global Resistant Maltodextrin Market Size Was Valued At USD 276 Million
Wednesday, 17 Oct, 2018
In 2017, the Global Resistant Maltodextrin market size was valued at USD 276 million and is expected to reach USD 445 million in 2025, with a predict CAGR of 6.16% between 2017 to 2025. China, Japan, Europe and United States are the biggest consumption market and Asia-Pacific Regions are developing fast in recent years, with big market potential in the following decades.
In terms of sales volume, consumption of Resistant Maltodextrin increased from 37305 Ton in 2013 to 51697 Ton in 2017 globally, registering a Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 8.5% during the analyzed period, 2013-2017. Asia-Pacific ranks the first in 2017, among which China and Japan are dominating this area, while India, Southeast Asia regions, Australia and New Zealand will also take import roles in APAC market in future. North America and Europe are leading the high-end market, with revenue market share of 29.31% and 25.96% separately in 2017.
Based on resistant maltodextrin types, the demand for dietary fiber 90% and above is comparatively higher than other products, demand for the dietary fiber 85-90% is seeing a lower growth than last few years. in terms of end-use market, beverages & dairy products, bakery & confectionery and nutraceuticals are the major downstream applications, nutraceuticals segment is expected to exhibit substantial CAGR over the forecast period.
The market concentration of resistant maltodextrin is high, key industry players include Roquette Frères S.A., Matsutani (ADM) and Tate & Lyle plc, they occupied the majority market share. Some regional players are entering the market these years, like Bailong Chuangyuan, Baolingbao Biology and LongLive. Brand Voice, Pricing, Strong distribution network as well as package all impact a lot on the end-consumption market and consumers’ Choice.
Each of the Resistant Maltodextrin manufacturers has its own mature sales networks. Usually, domestic sales are made through branch sales offices, distributors and dealers across the country. International sales are made through numerous subsidiary sales and service companies with a supporting chain of distributors throughout the world. To achieve better sales businesses, Resistant Maltodextrin manufacturers usually invest on their marketing channel infrastructure every year.