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Global Fat Replacers Market Scenario Highlighting Major Drivers & Trends, 2018-2027
The increasing demand for fat replacer in convenience foods & beverages, as well as bakery products and potential health benefits of fat replacer, are the key growth factors defining the Fat Replacer market.
Fat replacers are ingredients used to replace fat in food products such as processed meats, frozen desserts, cheese, baked goods, salad dressings, and snack chips. Three types of fat replacers are used on a large scale including protein-based fat replacers, carbohydrate-based fat replacers, and lipid-based fat replacers.
The the fat replacer market report offers insights on the new and on-going developments in the market globally. The factors influencing the growth of the market along with challenges in the fat replacer market are also included in the report. The report also provides details on latest trends, market drivers, challenges, and growth opportunities in the fat replacer market.
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Studies Claiming Health Benefits of Full-Fat Dairy Products to Impact Fat Replacers Growth
Various global studies have found that consuming full-fat dairy can lead to a lower rate of cardiovascular diseases compared to the consumption of low-fat dairy products. A recent study published in The Lancet found that people consuming three servings of whole fat dairy every day have a lower rate of cardiovascular disease.
Another study was undertaken by an international consortium established by researchers from North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The consortium examined the relationship of fatty acid biomarkers with diseases. In all the 16 studies, researchers found that a higher concentration of dairy-fat biomarkers associated with lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Also, research presented at ESC Congress 2018, claimed that with exception of milk, dairy products protect against mortality from cerebrovascular disease. Hence, all the new studies boldly challenge stance of governmental organizations that advice people to avoid full-fat dairy due to the impact on cholesterol levels.
Although there has been a trend of consuming low-fat and fat-free dairy products. The aforementioned studies and more studies being carried on consumption of full-fat dairy products are likely to hamper the growth of fat replacers used in the production of low-fat dairy products.
Fat Replacer Adoption Positively Influenced by Government Regulations
In addition to growing consumer demand for low-fat food products, governments across the globe are introducing new regulations on consumption of foods containing fat, along with setting a limit on daily consumption of fat. Various policies that regulate and restrict trans fatty acids have been introduced in some countries. Switzerland, Denmark, and some states in the US have adopted regulatory approaches to controlling trans fatty acids in food products.
Most of the countries in Western Europe have taken initiatives to reduce fat content from factory-made foods. Resulting in the majority of established food companies under intense pressure to use substitutes such as fat replacers.
With an aim of global elimination of trans fat in food products, the World Health Organization (WHO) has introduced REPLACE, a guide to eliminate industrially produced trans-fatty acids. Several high-income countries have legally imposed limits on the amount of fat in various packaged food products. However, the action is still needed in low and middle-income countries to control fat in food products.
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