Dietary Fibers Market Size, Share & Trend Analysis By Source, By Type, By Processing Treatment, By Form, By Nature, By Grade, By Application, By Sales Channel, Regional Stance, Competitive Tactics, and Segment Forecast to 2030

Dietary Fibers Market Size, Share & Trend Analysis By Source, By Type, By Processing Treatment, By Form, By Nature, By Grade, By Application, By Sales Channel, Regional Stance, Competitive Tactics, and Segment Forecast to 2030

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Dietary Fibers Market at a Glance:  

According to Reports and Insights analysis, the global dietary fibers market is estimated to be US$ 6.5 Bn in 2022. Furthermore, the dietary fibers market to register a CAGR of 10.1% which is expected to result in market forecast value for 2030 as US$ ** Bn.

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This market research report on the global market for dietary fibers constructed by the Reports and Insights team intends to address market aspects such as key drivers, challenges, and opportunities for industry participants. Furthermore, it will encompass a regional outlook, market segmentation outlook, and market trends for dietary fibers, Market size and share, industry, and product insights, SWOT analysis, Porter's five forces analysis, PESTEL analysis, heat map analysis, market prediction, and information on the key players active in the market of dietary fibers.

Dietary fibers are indigestible parts or compounds of a plant that are beneficial to the human body. These are mostly found in cereals like barley, wheat, and oats, nuts such as almonds and pistachios, leguminous and non-leguminous plants, and a wide variety of fruits. These compounds pass through the digestive tract relatively unchanged. These dietary fibers help bulk up the human excreta and thus allow it a smooth passage. Although dietary fibers have been consumed for centuries, research and development on this subject started as recently as the 1950s.

Dietary fibers are majorly divided into two categories: Soluble Fibers and Insoluble Fibers. Soluble fibers soak up the water in our digestive tract like a sponge whereas insoluble fibers do not absorb water and speed up the process of digestion. Consuming dietary fibers have major health benefits such as lowering and maintaining blood cholesterol and glucose levels, decreasing the incidence of numerous types of cancers, weight control, etc.

Scope of Report: 

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Segments Covered  

By Source, By Type, By Processing Treatment, By Form, By Nature, By Grade, By Application, By Sales Channel, By Geography  

Regions Covered  

North America

  • The U.S.
  • Canada

Latin America

  • Brazil
  • Mexico
  • Argentina
  • Rest of Latin America

Asia Pacific

  • China
  • India
  • Japan
  • Australia & New Zealand
  • Rest Asia Pacific


  • The U.K.
  • France
  • Spain
  • Italy
  • Russia
  • Poland
  • Rest of Europe


  • North Africa
  • Egypt
  • Rest of Africa

The Middle East

  • GCC Countries
  • Israel
  • Rest of Middle East

Key Players  

Anderson Global Group, LLC, Apura Ingredients, Biosynth Carbosynth, Blue California, Bonumose LLC, Cargill Inc., CJ Cheil Jedang, Daesang, Eat Just Inc., Health Garden, Heatland Food Products Group, Ingredion Inc., Keystone Pantry, Matsutani Chemical Industry Co. Ltd., Merck KGaA, QuestNutrition, Samyang Corporation, Tate & Lyle PLC, Wellversed, and among others

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Market Drivers:

“Increasing awareness about the health benefits of dietary fibers”

Dietary fibers have been consumed for ages. Ancient literature also promotes the consumption of dietary fibers in cases of constipation. However, proper and in-depth research on dietary fibers has commenced very recently. It is only after the publishing and spread of this latest knowledge that the consumption of dietary fibers is rising. Dietary fibers provide considerable health benefits such as relief from severe constipation, lower risk of heart attack and several types of cancer, and maintaining bodily proteins such as glucose and cholesterol. Moreover, with the latest research, dietary fibers are also being used as supplements in several foods such as cookies, chocolates, etc. These factors are bound to provide a considerable push for the dietary fibers market.

“Consciousness about nutritional intake”

People are increasingly monitoring their daily nutritional intake. As knowledge about the human body becomes widespread, people are understanding the need for each nutrient and protein in the body. Consumption of dietary fibers helps in the absorption of these nutrients and proteins and thus its intake is recommended by dieticians daily.

“Ageing population requires increased intake of dietary fibers”

The population of various countries is at a stage of aging. Countries like China and Japan are facing this issue where the average age of all citizens is increasing. With aging, the dietary track and process slows down and leads to ailments like severe constipation and irritable bowel syndrome. The elderly are also complaining about mental illnesses while facing these gut issues. Consuming dietary fibers alleviates these problems as they help in the upkeep of the digestive tract. Moreover, recent research suggests that the gut is the second brain of the body. Thus, it becomes all the more necessary to monitor and control gut health through the consumption of dietary fibers.

Market Restraints:

“Excessive consumption can lead to severe health issues”

Although the consumption of dietary fibers has been highlighted by all medical journals and blogs, excessive consumption of dietary fibers can lead to major health issues. These health issues may include becoming prone to diarrhea and loss of good cholesterol from the body. Moreover, excessive consumption of insoluble dietary fibers can also lead to speeding up the process so much that important proteins and nutrients such as iron, zinc, and calcium may not get enough time to be absorbed. This might lead to deficiencies in the body. Conditions such as these may demotivate the general public to consume dietary fiber.

Market Opportunities:

“Health benefits from monitored consumption of dietary fibers”

While it is true that excessive consumption of dietary fiber can lead to health degradation, consumption of around 30 grams of dietary fiber each day helps the benefits surpass the perils by miles. Countries with a proper medical infrastructure where dieticians are much appreciated provide a large potential market for fiber-rich foods. Markets such as these provide a great opportunity for the dietary fibers market.

Dietary Fibers Market Segmentation Stance:

The dietary fibers market is segmented based on source, type, processing treatment, form, nature, grade, application, sales channel, and region. 

dietary fibers market segmentation

By Source:

  • Fruits & Vegetables 
  • Cereals & Grains 
  • Nuts & Seeds 
  • Legumes

By Type:

  • Insoluble 
  • Soluble 

By Processing Treatment:

  • Extrusion cooking 
  • Canning 
  • Grinding 
  • Boiling 
  • Frying 

By Form:

  • Soft gels 
  • Capsules 
  • Liquids 
  • Tablets 
  • Powder & Granules 

By Nature: 

  • Organic 
  • Conventional 

By Grade: 

  • Sugar-Free 
  • Wheat-Free 
  • Gluten-Free 
  • Pharmaceutical 
  • Kosher 
  • Regular 
  • Others 

By Application: 

  • Bakery & Snacks 
  • Confectionary 
  • Dairy Products 
  • Beverages 
  • Nutraceuticals 
  • Pharmaceuticals 
  • Animal Feed 
  • Others 

By Sales Channel: 

  • Online 
  • Offline 

By Region:

  • North America 
  • Asia Pacific 
  • Europe 
  • Latin America 
  • Middle East 
  • Africa

Dietary Fibres Market Regional Stance:

North America is the leader in the market for dietary fibers. This is owing to the availability of a higher disposable income, widespread education, and awareness, the wish to lead a healthier lifestyle, and the traditional demand for fibrous foods.

Asia Pacific, on the other hand, is a fast-expanding market due to the factors such as a vast population, increasing literacy among the middle class, and emulation of the western lifestyle. Moreover, the traditional texts in China and India already promote the consumption of dietary fibers.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The dietary fibres market is estimated to reach at a value of US$ *** Mn by the end of 2022 and expected to reach at a value of US$ *** Mn by 2030 with a significant CAGR of ***%.

The base year for the report is 2021 in dietary fibres market.

The dietary fibres market is segmented on the basis of source, type, processing treatment, form, nature, grade, application, sales channel, and region.

Some of the key participating players in dietary fibres market are: AGT Food and Ingredients, Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM), Batory Foods, BENEO, Cargill, Incorporated, DuPont de Nemours, Inc., Emsland Group, Farbest Brands, Ingredion Incorporated, J. RETTENMAIER & SOHNE GmbH + Co KG, Kerry Inc., Lonza, Nexira, PURIS, Roquette Freres, Taiyo International, Tate & Lyle, The Green Labs LLC.

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