Substances which are used as a substitute in food for fats are known as fat replacers. Mainly used to reduce the calorie content in the food and yet provide with same taste and texture. Various types of fat replacers are carbohydrate based fat replacers, fat based fat replacers and protein based fat replacers. Fat replacers find its application in food and beverages industry.
The global market for fat replacers and salt reducers is expected to grow at a healthy rate for the next five years. North America is the highly mature market for fat replacers. The key factors driving the growth of the market are increasing concerns to improve overall health, and demand for food ingredients with enhanced texture and flavors. In the fat replacers market carbohydrate based fat replacers are the market leader due to their US FDA recognized GRAS substances status. Dairy and meat sectors are the major recipients of fat replacers due to the demand of low calorie and fat food.
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The food industry is working continuously to reduce consumption of salt in food to avoid the adverse affect caused by it. The main objective of the food industry is to retain its brand equity while reducing the salt levels. The market has huge opportunities from the combine efforts taken by the food industry and the government. Types of salt reducers are salt replacers, salt reducers, and physical modification of ingredients.
Ashland Aqualon Functional Ingredients, U.S., CP Kelco, U.S, Danisco, U.S., Nestle Inc, U.S, P&G Food Ingredients, RS Flavor Ingredients, and Symrise are some of the players in the market.
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