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Report Coverage

  • Value Chain for Synthetic Emulsifiers
  • Global Demand Analysis - Class and Type of Food Emulsifiers
  • Global Trade Dynamics – Lecithin
  • Lecithin Pricing Analysis – Argentina
  • Lecithin Pricing Analysis - The Netherlands

Market Size

CAGR

5.5 Percent

Market Size North America

$1.05 Bn

Market Size Europe

$0.98 Bn

Market Size Asia Pacific

$0.84 Bn

Table of contents

  1. Emulsifiers Executive Summary
  2. Global Market Overview
  3. Contract Structures
  1. Emulsifiers Market Analysis
  2. Value Chains for Synthetic and Natural Emulsifiers
  3. Global Market Outlook
  4. - Global Supply
  5. - Demand Analysis
  6. - Global Demand Analysis
  7. - Global Lecithin Trade Dynamics
  8. Pricing Analysis for Argentina and the Netherlands
  1. Emulsifiers Industry Analysis
  2. Industry Outlook (US, Europe, and Asia)
  3. - Porter's Five Forces Analysis
  4. - Market Drivers for Innovations in the Emulsifier Industry
  5. - Innovations
  1. Global Supplier Market
  2. Profiling of Major Suppliers of Emulsifiers
  3. - DuPont - Danisco - Palsgaard
  4. - Riken Vitamin Co. Ltd
  5. - Cargill Inc. - Beldem (Puratos Group)
  6. - Adani Wilmar Ltd.
  7. - Estelle Chemicals Pvt. Ltd.
  8. - Lasenor Emul S.L.
  9. - Lecico GmbH
  10. - Lonza Group
  11. - BASF SE
  12. - Kerry Group
  13. - Corbion
  14. - Archer Daniels Midland (ADM)
  15. - Lipoid GmbH

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Global Market Outlook on Emulsifiers

  • The global food emulsifiers market is estimated to be valued at about USD 3.5 billion at a CAGR of about 5.5% between 2017-2022.
  • The key factors driving the growth include application in bakery and confectionery as a substitute for enzymes, health awareness, and preference for convenience foods by consumers
  • Demand from Asian regions, such as China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Vietnam, is expected to rise by a CAGR of 6.9 percent from 2016 to 2020
  • Global Food Emulsifiers Market (2016–2017): 0.816 MMT Global mono, diglycerides production (2016–2017) 0.378 MMT
  • Global food lecithin production (2016–2017) 0.245 MMT, Global production of other emulsifiers (2016–2017) 0.193 MMT.
  • Global demand in the food emulsifiers market: Glycerides (mono, di and others) - 46.3 percent, Lecithin - 30 percent, Steroyl Lactates - 8.8 percent, Sorbitan Esters - 2.5 percent, and Others - 12.4 percent.
  • Emulsifiers procurement intelligence shows that approximately 60 percent of the supplier market share is consolidated by four major companies - DuPont-Danisco, Cargill Inc., Riken Vitamin Co., and Palsgaard. Of these, Danisco holds the maximum share and is the global leader in emulsifier supply.

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  • Emulsifier export prices are expected to witness a downward trend in the future months. Large buyers, who choose fixed-price long-term contracts (>3 months), should negotiate the length of their contracts to six months, leverage on falling prices, and achieve significant cost savings. Small and mid-sized buyers could opt for spot buying from September 2017
  • Prices could start rising from February 2018 from its lowest point. This month could be the best price-lock period for a longer contract for the successive months, viz., a six-month contract until July 2018
  • Emulsifier export prices are expected to witness a downward trend in the future months. Large buyers, who choose fixed-price long-term contracts (>6 months), should negotiate the length of their contracts to three to four months to leverage on falling prices and achieve significant cost savings. Small and mid-sized buyers could opt for spot buying from August 2018
  • Prices are expected to start increasing from August or September 2018 from its lowest point. This month could be the best price-lock period for longer contracts for the successive months

Global Supply–Demand Analysis - Food Emulsifiers

  • The global food emulsifiers market is estimated to be valued at about USD 3.5 billion at a CAGR of about 5.5% between 2017-2022
  • Demand for PGPR has risen because of its application as a substitute for cocoa butter as emulsifier in the chocolate manufacturing process
  • The global food emulsifiers market is estimated to be valued at about USD 3.5 billion at a CAGR of about 5.5% between 2017-2022
  • The demand for di-glycerides as food emulsifiers has almost been stable over the past few years
  • While the overall demand has been stable, in particular, demand for PGPR emulsifier has risen, due to its substitutability with cocoa butter in the chocolate manufacturing process
  • Companies, like Hershey, Nestle, have adopted PGPR, replacing cocoa butter in the manufacturing. More players are expected to adopt this in the near term, which can increase the demand further

Global Demand Analysis - Class and Type of Food Emulsifiers 

  • Synthetic emulsifiers account for approx. 70 percent of the market share. Mono, diglycerides, and derivatives constitute the largest segment, possessing approx. 46.3 percent of the market share, with Lecithin accounting for the second largest share at approx. 30 percent
  • Mono, di-glycerides and their derivatives continue to account for largest market share owing to its wide range of applications in the food and beverage sectors, especially in baking industry

Est. Global Demand by Type of Food Emulsifier (2016 – 17)

  • The mono, di glycerides, and derivatives constitute the largest segment and possess qualities, such as stabilization, increase softness, and enhance the shelf life of the products
  • Demand for mono, diglyceride, and derivatives is also expected to be driven by increasing usage in margarine, convenience foods, processed foods, and frozen dessert
  • Lecithin is mainly used in chocolate. Demand for this emulsifier could rise, due to improvement in handling and processing
  • Consumption of FDA approved Stearoyl Lactate is expected to grow, due to its application in bread, sugar confectionery, and ice cream

Est. Global Demand by Class of Food Emulsifier (2016 – 17)

  • Synthetic emulsifiers comprise more than two third of the emulsifier market, with di-glycerides and derivatives constituting the largest share
  • Others include Sucrose esters, Polyglycerol esters and PGPR
  • Natural emulsifiers include egg yolk containing lecithin, mustard, honey and soy beans, guar gum
  • Di-glycerides and lecithin have the highest share among synthetic and natural food emulsifiers segments, respectively

Global Demand Analysis - Food Emulsifiers by Region and Segment

  • Europe accounts for ~25 percent of the global demand for emulsifiers as a region, while APAC is exhibiting rapid growth in demand at a projected CAGR of 7.5 percent, due to factors, like economic growth, population increase, and high disposable income
  • Food emulsifiers account for ~32.8 percent of the global emulsifier demand. Within this segment, mono, di-glycerides and derivatives are the dominant segments

Market Overview 

  • The food emulsifiers supplier market for emulsifiers is consolidated by four major companies, viz., DuPont-Danisco, Cargill Inc., Riken Vitamin Co. and Palsgaard, of which, Danisco accounts for the highest share.
  • The food emulsifiers market is mainly driven by innovations. However, the top three trends in innovations are the ongoing efforts to phase out PHO and GMO emulsifiers, as well as developing emulsifiers to help end-users cut down production costs.
  • Innovations in the food emulsifiers market are varied and mainly stem from consumer demands for healthier products, growth of the convenience food sector, and the need for end users to replace expensive ingredients with emulsifiers to cut costs.
  • The global food emulsifiers market is mainly driven by innovations.

Why You Should Buy This Report

  • The report gives information on the global food emulsifiers market size, supply-demand trends, trade dynamics, emulsifiers procurement intelligence, etc.
  • It gives the Porter’s five force analysis of the global food emulsifiers market, the latest innovations and trends, and the market drivers for them. 
  • It provides an overview of the food emulsifiers supplier market and gives key profiles of major suppliers like Danisco, Palsgaard, Riken Vitamin Co. Ltd. etc.

Emulsifiers Market Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the estimated value of the global food emulsifiers market?
  2. The global food emulsifiers market is evaluated at USD 3.5 billion at a CAGR of about 5.5 percent between 2017-2022.
  1. What are the key factors that are driving the growth of the global food emulsifiers market?
  2. The key factors driving the global food emulsifiers market growth are as follows. · Application in bakery and confectionery as a substitute for enzymes · Health awareness · Preference for convenience foods by consumers
  1. Will the demand for food emulsifiers continue to rise in Asian market regions?
  2. Yes, the demand from Asian regions like China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Vietnam will continue to rise at a CAGR of 6.9 percent through 2020.
  1. What was the global market size of food emulsifiers during the 2016-2017 forecast period?
  2. As per Beroe’s emulsifier market outlook reports for the 2016-2017 period, the global food emulsifiers market size stood at 0.816 MMT, while the global mono, diglycerides production was at 0.378 MMT. Additionally, the global food lecithin production during the period was at 0.245 MMT and for other emulsifiers, it was at 0.193 MMT.
  1. How is the demand for different food emulsifiers distributed in the global market?
  2. The highest demand in the food emulsifiers market is for glycerides (mono, di, and others) at 46.3 percent followed by lecithin at 30 percent, stearoyl lactates at 8.8 percent, sorbitan esters at 2.5 percent, and others at 12.4 percent.
  1. Who are the top players in the global food emulsifiers market?
  2. From Beroe’s emulsifier market analysis and intelligence report, approximately 60 percent of the supplier market share is consolidated by four companies, which are DuPont-Danisco, Cargill Inc., Riken Vitamin Co., and Palsgaard. Among these top players, Danisco leads the emulsifier supply market and holds the maximum share.
  1. What was the price driver for the food emulsifiers market during the 2016-17 period?
  2. The major price driver for the food emulsifiers market was the increase in the production of Malaysian palm oil by 7.7 percent to 21 MMT and Indonesian palm oil by 4.7 percent to 33.5 MMT. Besides, there was an increase in the production of Argentina soybeans as well.
  1. What is the reason behind the rise in demand for the PGPR emulsifier?
  2. The demand for the PGPR emulsifier has risen because it can be suitably substituted for cocoa butter in the chocolate manufacturing process. Major companies like Hershey and Nestle have adopted PGPR to replace cocoa butter in their manufacturing process. The demand seems to increase further as more companies are expected to adopt PGPR in the near future.
  1. What are the major trends driving the food emulsifiers market?
  2. The food emulsifiers market is mainly driven by innovations. The top trends in innovations that are driving the market forward are – · the ongoing efforts that are being targeted at phasing out PHO and GMO emulsifiers · developing emulsifiers to replace expensive ingredients to help end-users cut down the production costs

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